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Quick question... What are good Medifast recipes for grilling trout in open flame? Thanks for any answer. Another question... Finished .4 mls w monster hill in neighborhood and pedaling one hour...

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Just show up on those days! Walk the stairs. Do leg lifts in bed. Keep cans by you chair and lift them during commercials...Anything counts! I could only walk from my chair to the Bathroom a few short months ago. One day at a time, just do something.....

Comment #2

Walked around the cul-de-sac which took me 10mins...walked up and down a few stairs and took a short walk again maybe 3 mins...

Comment #3

Way to be, Daizy! Keep going in circles, then head for the stop sign. The day I finally got to the stop sign, I was in another world!..

Comment #4

5AM........... ewwwwwww 40 min. cross trainer and than 20 min. weight machines.......

Comment #5

Just try and find a hill, anything uphill is better than level. FYI ppl, long downhill walks help extend your natural stride. The deal is to cover as much distance asap with each say 1000 strides..

Jus sayin.


Comment #6

Walked a pretty quick mile with my 73year old mother...she's the energizer bunny fer real incarnate! ha ha You go Mom! Proud of the oldest bypass patient I know of at this time! When we get.


Together it is a lot more fun!.

Go Double B!.


Comment #7

Lu, We went out scoping some downhills in the neighborhood bt car..

The ones that hve a little uphill now and then, and continue down again are the easiest to start. We use two cars, one at the top and one at the bottom..

Can't wait to be able to walk wherever and not worry how I am going to get my ass back home!..

Comment #8

One of the good things about living here in the mountains of seems like everything is ALWAYS uphill!.

I walked for 30 minutes down my road.still have left knee pain on the uphill parts, but I am sure that is going to get better...

Comment #9

Finished .4 mls w monster hill in neighborhood and pedaling one hour...

Comment #10

This is my 6 weeks go ahead after hernia.


And I am so ready to be back.

Working out.

Haven't been able to lift weights or do crunches and have missed it so much. I've been doing zumba the last 3 weeks, which I love, but I miss weight lifting...

Comment #11

I just wanted to say to Lester and Steve than the knee will slowly come back to you. Youll see you big bellies go first, than youll see you little dicks for the first time in years and than youll be walking/running/hiking up anything, to anywhere for nothing other than the sake that you can..

Just giving my boys a boost!.


Comment #12

I went to the gym which I try to go three times a week. I do the treadmill, bicycle, rowing machine and different weight machines for my upper body. Today took a "Spinning Class " for the first time and that sure was a lower body workout. I will be sore tonight in bed. I have so much more energy now that I have lost 63 lbs...

Comment #13

2 miles on treadmill (30 min)15 on elliptcal (hate that machine but it does the butt good). tonite is a three mile walk around my hilly town!!..

Comment #14

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.