Here’s a more in depth explanation on BMR aka Basal Metabolic Rate and how it’s useful during weight loss! FYI. I AM NOT A DOCTOR. TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY WEIGHTLOSS PLAN. BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) Definition: (source) “Your basal metabolic rate (BMR) is defined as the rate at which your body uses energy when … Continue reading
Woooooo! Today I weighed in at 181lbs, which means not only am I down a total of 57lbs since my weight loss journey began back in May of 2015, but also I’ve surpassed my 4% loss goal in the @molsinspire diet bet! My new goal is to drop down into the 170s before the … Continue reading
Check out this Youtube workout from BodyFit By Amy. I’ve tried it and enjoyed following along at home with my dumbbells.
Just thought I’d share my latest Youtube find. I’ve been loving everything that FitnessBlender uploads to Youtube. They’re totally worth a look! Here’s a workout they’ve created for HIIT that’s great for “people who get bored!” (Like they said!)
Alas, it is Friday. AKA it’s only my Thursday since I get Tuesdays and Wednesdays off. Surprisingly this week is going fairly quickly. Work hasn’t been horrible but it does drag on a bit. 🙁 It’s SO FREAKIN’ COLD outside though! And whatever temp it is outside, is basically what we’re working with inside. So … Continue reading
I’m going to start trying to blog more on here, but the reality of it is I update my instagram page WAYYYY more often than this site. So, if you’re curious about my day to day doings or want some weightloss meal ideas and other things weight loss related, then go follow me at karlakayy_ … Continue reading
Back in the day I used to be addicted to almond butter bars of various sorts in my local grocery store. I’m not sure what all that company adds into their product to make it stay together so well, but nowadays I hardly trust prepackaged items. I prefer to get the raw ingredients myself and … Continue reading
One of my new favorites to replace an old favorite! This recipe is a new take on the split pea and ham classic. It requires a semi-decent food processor, a medium to large sauce pan or pot and a knife of course! It is AIP, Paleo and Hashimoto’s diet friendly so it shouldn’t trigger any … Continue reading