213 lbs, 42.2% body fat
212 lbs, 43.1% body fat and my hydration levels are getting worse.
Blood test was clear (good because I don't' have anything wrong, but bad because I'm still not sure why I don't have any energy), I'm on some supplements for a vitamin deficiency, so I guess I'll see if that makes any difference. I'm also going to make a chart so that I make sure I'm getting the right foods in me each week.
No timetable yet, so I'm still slacking on the gym front. I was actually disappointed when I realised I wouldn't be able to go today, I could theoretically do some other form of exercise, but I'm not that motivated :P
By next week I will get my bike fixed, and start going out for at least one cycle a week
This is in progress. Had to buy a new gear wire and haven't got around to fitting it yet. If I can't get it working this weekend I'll take it into a shop on Monday.
I'm going to keep a food diary (was doing well at this until I went on holiday), to start with just writing down what I eat and when
Check, managed everything apart from the pub night, where keeping track of times is not going to happen and I might have left a drink off. I think I need to note stuff down as I go along. Next step for the diary is to add in portion sizes.
I'm going to find something better to drink than pints of cider at my weekly social (usually the only day I drink each week).
I had a rum and coke (I think the mixer was either diet coke or pepsi, didn't taste like normal coke), surprisingly I enjoyed it (I tend to go for very sweet drinks) but I drank it way too fast, as evidenced by the shocked look on my friends faces. I don't eat dinner on social night, so I think when I get around to calorie counting I'll just have to work out how many drinks I can have with what's left of the days allowance and have a bit more awareness of which brands are better options calorie wise.