Am I thinking about jumping?

So here we are, less than 12 hours away from being 1/3 of the way through the 100 days of ice cream.  We are basically done.  You know what they say, 2 is 1, and 1 is none.  So that leaves only 1/3 of the time left to go, and since we are basically already 1/3 of the way through, when you divide time served by time owed, you get zero. 

So that’s it, were done!  This was a lot of fun, and I really appreciate everyone’s support.  See you next project!

But seriously…  It definitely does not feel like an entire month has gone by already.

So far things are going great, overall.  Weight loss has surpassed my expectations thus far, and as of yesterday morning I had lost 15lbs (I didn’t weigh myself today, ok?).  The weight has started coming off a good bit slower than it was in the first couple of weeks, but I am completely fine with that.  If it kept going at the rate the first 10lbs came off at, I would be 120lbs by the time this thing was over.

Other than being sick for close to a week and having to miss a chunk of gym time, workouts have continued to go as expected.  I am definitely losing some strength and endurance, mostly on presses.  But I have never cut and not lost a fair amount of chest and shoulder strength.  So that comes with the territory.

Endurance and motivation to complete workouts goes up and down.  Some days I could stay in the gym for 10 hours if I had the time, while others I wish I could leave after 10 minutes.  But, this is also something that I always experience when dieting, without fail. 

Your body doesn’t like losing a lot of weight, especially when you start actually getting lean.  So, it is going to fight you on it.  It is, in my experience at least, inevitable. 

So things are good, great even.  Ok, maybe nothing can be great without cheeseburgers…  So let’s go with good.  Things are definitely good.

Just in case you were wondering, no, this crazy demonstration is in no danger of ending anytime soon.  I have done enough jumping in my life. 

- Eat dirty my friends 

Anthony howard-crow

Abs & Ice Cream, , CO,

Abs & Ice Cream is not simply a catchy name or cocky statement; it's about much more than that.

It's abut being free, and understanding the fact that you CAN be dedicated to fitness, nutrition, and overall well-being, and still enjoy any foods that you desire. It's about ending the stress and the pain that placing foods into categories of "good" and "bad" causes us.

But most of all, it's about our lifelong journey to find balance and happiness in everything that we do.