Everyone here is so tall!
2,000 - 3,500 Calories
114 - 117 lbs
1500-3500 calories a day, it depends on my stress level, my work out, and how many dates I eat. I have hard time getting enough calories if I don't eat some dried dates.
weight: 106 lbs
I was between 100-102 lbs for a long time while I was living in China, that was 10 years ago. I gained some weight and went up to 112 at one time after I moved to US. However, my weight always goes back to 104-106 in recent years.
Mon: run 3 miles and a pilate reformer class
Tue and Thur: running stairs with my friends at a statdium
Wed: 45-minute spin class and 30-minute ab class or weights
Fri: run 4-6 miles
Sat: jog 2 miles and 90-minutes vinyasa yoga
Around 152 pounds, 25% body fat
Workout: 6x per week (A mix of Body Rock 4x, running 40 minutes, cycling 1 hour, sometimes 40 minutes of yoga)
Desperately wanting to decrease my body fat and weight.
2500 - 3500 depending on activity level
43ish k/95ish pounds
gal - feeling her age a bit and wanting not to!
10mths lfrv, 18mths transition before at around 80% raw
Gymstudio classes: spin 5 x wk, hi-impact aerobics/step 3-4 x week, weights 2 x wk, yoga/pilates 2-4 x wk.
Very little other exercise tho
6-7L water/day; working successfully so far on reducing :-)
Fat 28% :-(, found out recently I was confusing BMI reading for fat - no, BMI is much lower.
No change to stats since going raw; slight energy increase I think...
I'm impressed with how much training some folks here do, but some of you are half my age or less! I too could do double what I do now, in my 30s on cooked cal restriction. So you longterm raw athletes out there must be thro the roof, look at DR. I look at Doug who is only a little older, and hope to be fit as he one day. I think the Superman pushup is perhaps a little ambitious tho!
3000-5000 calories (depending on daily activity)
3-4 litres of water (sometimes more because it has been hot!)
118 pounds (started at 125)
5' 1 1/2" (have to add that 1/2")
I have only been on this diet for 3 months and have not looked back. I did have a bit of a weight gain in the first month and I know it was me trying to get used to eating so much food and doing some major healing. When the second month rolled around it was like a light switch was turned on and my body was ready to drop some fat. I have to say once I was able to increase the calories that made a huge difference.
I am now training for a half marathon in december and the whole deal in march. I run 6 days a week between 3-6 miles with a variation of sprints, hills, or tempo workouts during the week. I weight train 3 days a week.
My last race was a 10k two years ago and did that in one hour(10 minute miles). I ran the same distance yesterday averaging 8.5 minute miles. I am so amazed at how fast I am improving and recovering on this diet. It will be interesting to see what I can run the half in December. The last one I averaged 11.5 minute miles and that was three years ago.
So here is to being fruit powered.
Exercise: Getting back into it slowly!, walking or going to the gym every 2nd day, at the gym I usually do a bit of weights & running intervals. Otherwise I walk in the mornings. ( cant wait to get lean and fit again!)
I dont count calories just eat when im hungry, im not 100% yet, cant wait till I am! Im pretty close apart from coffee and alcohol about once a week...
same exact size hahaha :)
about 100 pounds, some days over, some days under
exercise: i run cross country & track for my school year round so i run about 5 days a week and cross train (like elliptical) 1-2 days a week
calories: under 2,000 on my off days, 2000-3000 when i'm training
only about 70-90% raw, still eat cooked low fat vegan dinners once a week ): wouldn't if it was up to me though.
loving it either way :)