It appears this COVID stuff is not “going away”.
I believe the best course of action is to strengthen the immune system for what we are facing today and future COVID variants/viruses.
For me, this means: Focus on quality sleep, burn stored fat, and live an active daily lifestyle.
I agree with this quote…
“To lose weight and keep it off, follow the 80% nutrition, 20% exercise rule. Creating a caloric deficit and speeding up your metabolism through exercise, can help you be successful on your weight loss journey.”
In short, fat is lost in the kitchen more than in the gym.
15 weeks remain in 2021.
If I burn an average of 4 lbs of fat per week, I’ll be at my goal of 220 lbs by the start of 2022.
If I burn 1 lb of fat a week, I’ll be healthier than I am today.
Rules of the Slow-Carb Diet
Rule #1: Avoid “White” Carbohydrates
Rule #2: Eat the Same Few Meals Over and Over Again
Rule #3: Don’t Drink Calories
Rule #4: Don’t Eat Fruit
Rule #5: Take One Day off per Week
The Activity Plan:
Turn decision making over to someone else.
Ben Greenfield is launching a Boundless Training Program on 9/20.
It uses an app similar to the Born Fitness App I had success with in the past.
Audible called here. The app I was planning to use is only iOS. I’m a happy Pixel user.
Going to use the content in the Boundless Book to get things started.
Sharing this with you for some accountability.
Feel free to reply with any personal goal you would like some accountability on.
Here is the accountability
See below for updates on my activity and progress
What is a “Kiwi Walk”, why do you hashtag #kiwiwalk?
For my Twitter followers that ask, what the hell is a “Kiwi Walk“, why do you tag #kiwiwalk all the time? I dug around in my inbox and found the following quote by Chris “the Kiwi” Ashenden. “I went for a little walk in the sun (10 minutes) to get some fresh air and Vitamin… Continue reading What is a “Kiwi Walk”, why do you hashtag #kiwiwalk?
Tracking: Sleep, HRV, Overall Readiness
I only wear and look at one health tracking wearable. I started wearing an Oura Ring back in early 2019. Sleep tracking was my primary driver in getting an Oura Ring. This wearable shows you how physical activity, certain meals, meal timing, alcohol consumption, sleep timing, and just about anything that might happen in the… Continue reading Tracking: Sleep, HRV, Overall Readiness
Calorie Targets – Where and How I Started
Here go, I’ve been happy with my physical activity reboot. It’s now time to pick some daily calorie targets. I’m using Ben Greenfield’s book Boundless for the framework here. Determine my basal metabolic rate or BMR Using Harris-Benedict Calculator (Total Daily Energy Expenditure) BMR is your baseline for laying in bed all day RMR is… Continue reading Calorie Targets – Where and How I Started