I have decided to post my progress with the velocity diet definitely for support and possibly to inspire another. I actually started Monday 8-31-09 yet was unsure if I was going to go
public with it. I felt I needed the accountability and support to complete the program.
Here are my measurements…
Chest - upper 45.5
Chest - lower 42
Waist - at Navel 41
Waist - at largest 42
Hips - 47
Upper Arm - L 16.5
Upper Arm - R 17
Upper Leg - L 29
Upper Leg - R 29.5
Lower Leg - L 17
Lower Leg - R 17
Ankle - L 11
Ankle - R 10.5
So I’m on Day 4 and hears a quick synopsis to get you to where I’m at currently
Day 1 Workout kicked my butt, I thought it would be easy but I vomitted immediately afterward felt much better though. Followed diet with appropriate supplements
Day 2 pretty much like Day 1 except my bowel movements are barely nonexistent…and the smell
Day 3 Got through the Workout fine except bowel movements more frequent and definitely quite different than before. Had trouble sleeping so popped some ZMA and slept well. I think that’s what I’ll start taking to help me sleep better
Day 4 (today) started this morning very tired and nauseous, went for my NEPA walk and stayed about the same. I’m sure my body is just adjusting to the change…anyway i’ll update later
The extra supplements I’m taking are ZMA - Biotest Creatine - HOT-ROX - TRIBEX
Being someone who played college sports and a brief stink professionally in the past I just ate what I wanted and never had any consequences until about 7 yrs ago and really got bad 4 yrs ago when I went from 210 to 250. My weight has fluctuated between 240-250 since about mid 2006.
I’ve never had much discipline when it came to eating, and a lot of other things as well looking back realizing that the lack of discipline carried over to other aspects of my life. So this is more than just a challenge and discipline of diet and losing fat. I feel that this has more of a deeper meaning for myself.
Anyway just wanted to give everyone a little background. And please help keep me strong as I will do the same, as we’re all shooting for the same goal…a better physique and overall healthier lifestyle.