Lose It! Weekly Summary for Week of Mon, Nov 21st

I’d take the Thursday numbers with a bigger grain of salt than usual. Did a pretty good job recording but didn’t get absolutely everything. Same with some leftovers over the weekend. Nothing overboard but definitely 200 calories or so under-recorded.

As a side note, I bloody well did run for the train tonight.


Weekly Summary for Week of Mon, Nov 21st

Daily Summary
Budget Food Exercise Net +/- Weight (lbs)
11/21/11 1,988 1,916 397 1,519 -469 212.7
11/22/11 1,981 1,374 0 1,374 -607 211.7
11/23/11 1,977 2,046 703 1,343 -634 211
11/24/11 1,964 2,428 340 2,088 124 209.1
11/25/11 1,977 1,924 469 1,454 -523 211.1
11/26/11 1,974 1,939 0 1,939 -35 210.6
11/27/11 1,969 2,140 473 1,667 -303 209.9
2,447 calories under budget for the week
Lost 3.4 pounds this week
Nutrient Summary % Calories
Fat 563g 37.3%
Saturated Fat 193g
Cholesterol 1,182mg
Sodium 20,453mg
Carbohydrates 1,608g 47.4%
Fiber 123g
Sugars 384g
Protein 518g 15.3%
Exercise Summary Calories
Bicycling 25 Min 208
Elliptical 1 Hour 10 Min 821
Walking 1 Hour 30 Min 969
Weight Lifting 1 Hour 55 Min 385
Total 2383

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About J.

40 year old IT guy on a health and fitness kick.

Posted on November 29, 2011, in Exercise Log, Food Log, Software, Weight and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Good work,

    I am a big fan of how you keep track of your weekly calorie +/-. I personally do not pay much attention to calories to drive my results, but I am happy to see it works for you!

    Keep it up!


    • Depends on what your issues are. For me and many overweight people a big issue is a lack of knowledge on what a portion is or how many calories are in something. Tracking forces you to pay attention. If that’s not what is driving you or what you are trying to achieve then I wouldn’t recommend it either.

      If you are looking to drop a fee pounds tho, the food side is about 80% of the issue. It is especially easier to not eat 1000 calories than burn it off at the gym, especially as you get older.

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