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    Successfully continuing exercise in P2

    Hello!

    I just thought I'd add my info as others may be interested in different possibilities. I do long-course triathlons and have been operating some sort of training plan consistently for the past few years. A week looks something like this:

    Monday: 60-min hard bike ride, 15-min run
    Tuesday: 1:15 Run
    Wednesday: 2,500 - 3,000 yd swim
    Thursday: Rest day
    Friday: 3:00 ride, :30 Easy run
    Saturday: 2:30 Easy Run
    Sunday: 2,500 - 3,000 yd swim

    I am on day 10 of P2 and have lost 18 of the 29 pounds I want to lose and haven't changed my workouts a bit. I feel absolutely fantastic. I have no weakness (that wasn't there before lol), fatigue, or dizziness. I don't feel depleted at all. I'll update if anything changes.
    Blessings,
    Nicole

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    Glad you are doing so well, writermama!

    This is a great report, and underscores what the protocol tells us: that you will be able to continue any activities you are used to doing before starting the protocol. So even those expending tremendous amounts of energy will be able to continue that, even if you are a lumber jack or a training for a triathelon. It is true some will experience a drop in endurance, but enough energy will be there for you to get through it.
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    That's a great point and does prove true here. I'm so glad!
    Blessings,
    Nicole

    Returning after five years for a reset -- 29 to lose
    Started P2 on 5/25/21
    VLCD 13 (6/6/2021): -21 total!

    ------history-------
    R1 start 9/1/15, 30-day round, -34
    R2 start 11/26/15, 30-day round, -30 (pneumonia, bronchitis, and a 13-day PI)
    R3 start 3/9/16, 31-day round, -30
    91 days of HCG = 94 lbs lost, for a total of over 100 pounds gone and GOAL REACHED!!

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    Did you up your protein?

    Thanks so much for your share! Did you stick to the original protocol of 500 cals a day or did you up your protein at all?

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by writermama View Post
    Hello!

    I just thought I'd add my info as others may be interested in different possibilities. I do long-course triathlons and have been operating some sort of training plan consistently for the past few years. A week looks something like this:

    Monday: 60-min hard bike ride, 15-min run
    Tuesday: 1:15 Run
    Wednesday: 2,500 - 3,000 yd swim
    Thursday: Rest day
    Friday: 3:00 ride, :30 Easy run
    Saturday: 2:30 Easy Run
    Sunday: 2,500 - 3,000 yd swim

    I am on day 10 of P2 and have lost 18 of the 29 pounds I want to lose and haven't changed my workouts a bit. I feel absolutely fantastic. I have no weakness (that wasn't there before lol), fatigue, or dizziness. I don't feel depleted at all. I'll update if anything changes.

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    Hi. I like to train endurance by running on an ellipsoid or stepper, it is much safer than running on asphalt - less stress on the joints. I recommend reading this article because I hope it helps you learn something new about training and expand the load pool you have.

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