Daily Diary Entries
Day 162 – 164 – Planning for Phase 3December 5th, 2013 by David
I am coming to the end of the second phase of my weight loss and lifestyle change program. I am feeling great and have come a long way in the last 5 and a half months. I have not deviated from the plan; I remain focused and I’m chasing down my goal fast! After preparing myself mentally and physically to start this weight loss and lifestyle change revolution whilst in the Tanzanian jungle, I began to execute the system for success which began with a juice fast in phase 1. This boots and cialis phase is designed to cleanse the body and remove toxins that had been built up from years of abuse. During this first phase I introduced light exercise to get my body used to moving again, it is a great way to cleanse and refresh you ready for phase 2. In phase 2 the emphasis is on clean eating and juicing whilst restricting carbohydrates. This enables you to continue with the fast results started by the juice cleanse in a more sustained and controlled way. Phase 3 will slowly introduce carbohydrates back into my diet in a managed way to help support and fuel me as my training activities intensify leading up to the London Marathon. Having spoken at length with experienced runners and experts in sports science I have devised a system that will enable tadalafil online me to train at optimum efficiency, reduce risk and maximize my chance of success.
I am flying home for Christmas which as you can imagine I am very excited about. I
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have not been home for the last 3 years and can’t wait to spend some time with my family especially as we will be at full force as my expatriate brother will be flying back from the US and my youngest brother coming home from University.
My wardrobe has taken quite a hit with the weight I have lost recently and my new wardrobe is close to fitting but not quite there, my clothes are in desperate need of being tailored so I have something to wear for Christmas. I sorted out the clothes that I wanted to resize and headed over to the tailors. I took 5 shirts that I had made for me in London a few years back, I hadn’t worn them for so long because they were nowhere near fitting me so it was nice to see that they had to be tucked in considerably. I had one shirt though which was brand new with tags on it, it had been thrown in the back of my wardrobe as a shirt that ‘I would get into one day’. I had forgotten about it and pulled it out thinking it would now fit ok…it did not, it drowned me like a huge bath robe! It was too big for the tailor to even bother trying to reduce the size of it so I put it back into my bag to take home and store with a pair of jeans that look like a clown’s on me – a constant reminder of what can be and what I never want to be again.