Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Shrinkvivor: Weigh-In #7

Shrinkvivor Challenge at the Sisterhood!
Here we are at the end of week 6 on our Shrinkingjeans Shrinkvivor challenge!  Someone is going to win a pretty sweet prize package very soon, but unfortunately, it won't be this shrinkvivor. Tribe Navy Seals managed to be in the bottom 2 for weight loss last week, so we have all been banished to Exile Island.  At least the company is nice there :)  
Shrinkvivor Exile Island Member!
Last week I posted a bit of a gain.  Let's get to the numbers and see if I've recovered:
Weight on June 23, 2009: 165.8
Challenge Starting Weight: 141.6
Last Week's Weight: 139.0
This Week's Weight: 137.4
Change This Week: down 1.6 yeah
Change For Shrinkvivor Challenge: down 4.2
Total Pounds Gone: 28.4

Well, I managed to lose the 1.6 that I gained last week.  Yippee.  Pure dumb luck mostly.  I haven't been watching my food or liquid consumption and I haven't been exercising much since I finished my half.  I did manage to log 116 minutes of exercise, but to be honest, it doesn't feel like enough.  I'm a little lost now that I don't have a race to train for.  Last night, one of my girlfriends hauled my sorry butt to the gym and we did a 45 minute swim class and swam for 15 minutes.  Then, I came home and did the tworkout.  Totally crazy, but maybe this will be my Tuesday night plan (at least until K's diving meets throw a wrench into it).

So how did everyone else do?  Hop on those scales and head over to Shrinkingjeans and let us know!

11 comments:

  1. Congrats on the lose Bari! So jealous that you get to swim every week! Enjoy it!

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  2. YAY congrats on losing those little extra lbs you gained. They are gone and out of here, never to be seen again! So proud of you for getting to the gym!

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  3. I hear you... I ate fast food the last two nights and still had a loss. What is happening to our bodies?! lol I wonder if it's loss of muscle mass, can that happen so quickly?

    Anyways, awesome job, none-the-less!

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  4. I sooo remember that lost feeling after our race in June. One of the best things you could do for yourself is to find a new race or a new goal that will motivate you like your last race training did. You are awesome and you are creating so many great things in your life. Go easy on yourself for a couple of weeks as your body recovers and as you find your "post-race bearings"! Great job on your loss!

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  5. I would tell you to train for another race, but I know that you are entering the Winter No Man's Land up there.

    See if you can get creative and find another goal.

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  6. Glad that you had a loss even though you weren't expecting it.

    Yep, a girl without a goal can be a bad thing. Can you make it a goal to get video of hottie diving coach? I like that goal. :)

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  7. Great job, Bari! I'm sure our sisters will come up with a new goal for you soon!

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  8. You are getting tinier and tinier!

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  9. Congrats on the loss! :) At least there was one after that amazing chocolate piece of heaven we ate on Saturday! :D

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  10. Congratulations on your loss. It's a good thing I started reading blog posts because I forgot it was Wednesday. With no school tomorrow, I kept thinking it was Friday.

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