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Lane's 2018 and beyond

Discussion in 'Fitness Journals' started by Laneage, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. Laneage

    Laneage Well-Known Member

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    for the twang and for the look :)
     
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    Seltzer Elite Member

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    Feel better soon!
     
  3. Laneage

    Laneage Well-Known Member

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    Hey thanks!

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    Monday's calories were 1934
    Planning on around 1800 today.
     
  4. macdiver

    macdiver Well-Known Member
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    Wishing you a full and speedy recovery.
     
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  5. Laneage

    Laneage Well-Known Member

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    Very much appreciated!
     
  6. Laneage

    Laneage Well-Known Member

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    Today I go for my post surgery follow up. Going to ask the doc if its ok to resume lifting at my normal level. I'm pretty sure he's going to say yes because everything seems to be going good and I feel great.

    Diet last week(days) was good. Saturday I baked a loaf of fresh bread and made french toast. Definitely not a low cal meal because I used some high calorie syrup and powdered sugar, but damn it was good. Only problem is - starting from scratch with the bread takes hours!
     
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    TooMuch Well-Known Member

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    Are you a cook? :)
     
  8. Shamie

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    My dad had one of those bread machines that used to be popular a few years back. Most people use those machines maybe 10 times at most, before it ends up in the basement. He easily made over 500 breads on that machine. It takes no more than 5 minutes to put the ingredients in the machine, and in I think 3 hours (depending on the type of bread), a baked bread is ready. A bonus is that it makes the house smell really good. The only minor drawback, is the shape of the bread.

    Glad your operation went well.
     
  9. Laneage

    Laneage Well-Known Member

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    No, but I like to bake stuff :)

    I use the bead machine to make dough mostly, but occasionally i'll bake a loaf of bread. I'm terrible at slicing the damn bread, and it never lasts more than a day. When its fresh its the best, but it doesn't have the preservatives or whatever that store bought bread does and gets hard really fast. Thanks for the well wishes.

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    Doc wants me to go easy for a few more weeks, he actually said don't do any heavy lifting but only cardio. So I'll chill out for a while. I'll get on my lil stair climber thing I guess.
     

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