Debbie’s 2018 goals:
Weight goals: to get down to 150 (starting weight 209)
Nutrition goals: nothing specific – simply to maintain current nutritional plan to eat with balance & moderation and better choices in mind
Other goals: to get more agile & build muscle and strength
Weight: I am down to 199 but no other stats. Yippee! Haven't been under 200 pound in over 20 years!
2) Did you meet your May goals:
Getting my knee/I T band issue looked at. Praying for no surgery and speedy recovery.
Weight: 195 which will include an increase in muscle.
No, but I am under 200!
Exercise: We are gone the last two weeks of the month so my goal during that time is a daily walk on the beach.
Nutrition: Continue to work on getting my protein increases to help me build more muscle and my vacation goal is to try to not gain any weight.
I am doing a new eating plan (8th day now, to shake my body up) - I have never eaten so many veggies and so much protien in my life as the last 8 days
3) What are your June goals:
For the rest of June I'm hoping to gain more muscle but no weight goal - I guess under 195 would be nice but my metabolism is not cooperating, so if I just gain muscle I will be thrilled.
Weight goal: to be up to 230 by September and reevaluate from there (Starting weight: 195)
Nutrition goals: To eat 5000 calories a day of healthy food, particularly veggies and lean protein
Other goals: position himself to be selected for collegiate football upon graduation
Still weigh 230, Ive been battling a leg injury for the past two months and it still hasn’t gone away so we’re waiting on an update on that, lifts are all mostly still the same.
2. Did you meet your May goals to:
Maintain weight: Yes, I met my May goal, even though I can’t work out how I want, I still weigh enough and feel good.
Exercise: Get stronger. Bench 270
Yes. I benched 275 pounds so that’s a new PR, hoping to get to 315 once my leg gets totally healed and I can start heavy lifting again.
3. What are your June goals?:
June goals are to get healthy, my leg injury keeps coming back and I need to deal with it ASAP.
4. What is the most challenging thing your trainer has told you?
The most challenging thing is probably that all the work comes from me. He can give me all the tools and workouts to succeed, but at the end of the day I have to grit my teeth and get to work. It’s humbling, but empowering, my future is in my own hands.