V-Diet: Round 2

I have already completed the Velocity Diet once, and I’m back for more.

I’m a week and a half into the program. So far, so good. I’ll post my numbers below. I find that this time around I am more hungry than last time, but I’m on a more restricted meal plan than before.

My first V-Diet netted a loss of 26 pounds in six weeks, with a gain of muscle and energy. I found that I was actually full on the shakes and the weight training was challenging, but effective.

Since the first V-Diet I have continued training. I am not following a specific program, but instead doing the basics-- squats, deadlifts, bench press, military press, rows-- and accessory work. I have also continued a lower-carb diet (~100 to 130 grams of carbs per day) with high protein (~200 grams per day). The result of this diet and training: a gain of muscle with a net body weight loss of another 10 pounds.

Due to my schedule, I have determined that mid-January to the end of Februrary is my last chance to redo the Velocity Diet for the next 9 months or more. Since I’m already far more “in shape” than I started last time, I do not expect such dramatic weight loss, but I know this works. So, let’s get going.

The stats:
(all measurements in inches) 1/18/2010
Height 70
Weight (in pounds) 196
Neck 15.25
Shoulders 46.5
Chest Upper 42.75
Chest Lower 42
Waist Navel 40
Waist Largest 42.5
Hips Largest 42.5
Upper Arm L 13
Upper Arm R 13
Upper Leg L 23
Upper Leg R 23
Lower Leg L 15
Lower Leg R 15.5
Ankle L 10.5
Ankle R 10.5

(all measurements in inches) 1/26/2010
Height 70
Weight (in pounds) 192
Neck 15
Shoulders 44.25
Chest Upper 39.5
Chest Lower 39.25
Waist Navel 40
Waist Largest 40.5
Hips Largest 42
Upper Arm L 13.25
Upper Arm R 13.25
Upper Leg L 23.25
Upper Leg R 23.5
Lower Leg L 14.75
Lower Leg R 15
Ankle L 10.5
Ankle R 10.5

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Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.