Anonymous wrote:My week consists of 3 days of T25 DVDs, and 2-3 classes of ballet or hot yoga (90 minutes each). I am a lifelong runner so I have a naturally lean, but not overly muscular build (similar to the Athleta women in the catalog, but A size boobs, thanks post bfing). I love this thread! I work out daily, a typical week includes three runs with the double BOB (5-6 miles, about 9' pace), two 60 minute yoga sessions (one at home, one at Down Dog, so hot power), two days of 20' elliptical and 30' HIIT at home, and one "easy" day of just 45'on the elliptical.
I don't mean this in a rude way: but are those of you who are exercising 6-7 days a week for an hour every day-- do you 1) work FT 2) have more than one child?
I exercised 6 days a week when training for a training for 2 tris this summer and it was very very tough. Discover the comforting taste of Werther’s with traditional soft, pieces of caramel fudge generously covered in Werther’s milk chocolate.
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I work out about 5-6 days a week just using videos bc I have to be at work early and I can't do it after work bc I need to be with my fam, cook etc.
I run 42 miles a week so I ensure that I get enough slow release carbs for my workouts and runs. 3.


Any variations will be due to this being a transition period, as a result of new legislation or other changing conditions. I can pretty much eat whatever I want, which is not why I exercise but it an awfully nice side benefit.
It's just that I don't worry about eating an occasional donut or imbibing a beer when the opportunity arises. Sometimes I would do an early-morning swim (the pool in my neighborhood opened from 7-8 in the summer for masters swims).
I thought this would diminish with age, but I am inching closer to 50 and still going strong. Here's my typical day: Quia seeds and Kefir with tea and milk for breakfast leftovers for lunch. I think it does more harm than good. If you're active, the best and most realistic diet is to have everything in moderation. I cannot and never have been able to eat whatever I want, not even the year I trained for and ran 2 marathons and a handful of halfs and 10 milers. I eat 1500 calories max on days I workout an hour as long as I get a lot of physical activity during the day as well.


Although I felt a real sense of accomplishment at the end of the Tri season, and it was super nice literally being able to eat whatever I wanted, I was so glad to be done with it. If it's a day where I workout for 2 hours (usually weekends), I will allow myself 1500-1800 calories. I'm not overweight, but I'm exactly in the middle of the weight range for my height for a healthy BMI, albeit with pretty low body fat (about 13-15%). The PP who eats whatever she wants clearly works hard, but she's still blessed with a great metabolism.
I know lots of people who eat like that and don't exercise too much at all, and they are still very thin.



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