it is over at militaryathlete.com, though it does cost money. He has a couple of ways to go about it. If you click through the links on the left of the home page there are free workouts so that you can check it out before you commit.
There is also no term agreement, so if you dislike it you can cancel without a problem (or so it says, I have had no problem so I have not tested the process). When I signed up I signed up as an individual and pay the fee by myself, but when my fiance signed up me chose the multiple user method and he splits the fee amongst like four other people. (so he pays like $5 per month).
On to the diet.
Today I woke up so incredibly hungry, and realized almost immediately that I did not drink the protein shake before bed. I ate the peanut butter from the measuring spoon, but never made the shake. “Foolish me,” my stomach curses.
Anyways I am already down 2 pounds since the start. I am aware that it is mostly water weight so early in, but still nice to break the stalemate I have been having with the scale. For the last 6 weeks I have been stuck right around 172, and since Sunday I have managed to drop 3.2 pounds. What? My body finally got used to the level I was at and decided that I was okay to keep losing.
I think that is all a plateau is. Your body freaks out, says wait a minute too much, too fast. You stall for a while (in my case 6 weeks) then after a little rest your body thinks you have given in, and you start pushing it again.
Well in this case I am winning. My body was duped. I have started to lose weight again, and I consider that a win in and of itself.
**on a side note, I have learned that above all else cheeses are what call to me the most. I ate the teensiest piece off of the corner of my daughter’s pepperjack slice at lunch. (seriously small, but with Borden sliced pepperjack the flavor was still wonderful.) Aaah, I would love a bowl of tostitos and some of my homemade spicy sausage, cream cheese and rotel dip.
And that reminds me it is time to down another shake. No wonder I am thinking of food. Off I go.