Tuesday, March 31, 2009

day 65.. 30 mac 2009

semalam aku amik mc.. ( cuti rehat ).. jaga kimi yg demam..

Breakfast 7.30 a.m
4 scoops vanilla + 2 scoop F3 + 400ml
1.5 l

Lunch 2.30 pm
nasi putih 1/4 plate
singgang peparu( beberapa ketui )
kurma hati ( seketui )
kepok lekor ( last stok )

Dinner 8.30p.m
4 scoops vanilla + 2 scoop F3 + 400ml
1.5 l

semalam dah nyaris tak nak amik shakes.. sbb jiran ajak makan colek mangga ..sib baik hujan.. selamat diet aku ..wow semalam 4.5 liter tuh...


aku baru jer terpikir nak g berenang..sbb setau aku yang tak berapa tau ni berenang boleh menguruskan badan.. alih-alih aku jumpa artikel ni.....

There are many forms of exercise, and each type has its advantages and disadvantages. Some people prefer to exercise in a gym or at home, whereas others prefer to exercise outdoors. Some people have a very structured exercise routine, whereas others simply incorporate exercise into their lifestyle, for example, by walking rather than driving, parking farther away from their destination, or walking up stairs rather than using an elevator. Choosing the right exercise is a matter of finding an activity that helps people achieve their fitness goals and is safe, sustainable, and enjoyable (or at least tolerable). Exercise should also offer some degree of challenge; if not, then the benefits will be few.

Walking: Walking is a well-balanced form of exercise for most people, regardless of age. Many older people are able to keep fit through a regular walking program. Walking is relatively easy on the joints. During walking, at least one foot is on the ground at all times, so the force with which the foot strikes the ground is never much more than the person's weight. However, walking expends fewer calories than does running and places fewer demands on the heart. Walking slowly will not make a person very fit. To walk faster, a person can take longer steps in addition to moving the legs faster. Steps can be lengthened by swiveling the hips from side to side so that the feet can reach further forward. Swiveling the hips tends to make the toes point outward when the feet touch the ground, so the toes do not reach as far forward as they would if they were pointed straight ahead. Therefore, a person walking should always try to point the toes straight ahead. Moving the arms faster helps the feet move faster. To move the arms faster, a person bends the elbows to shorten the swing and reduce the time the arms take to swing back and forth from the shoulder. People with instability or severe joint injury may find walking difficult. Also, even vigorous walking does not strengthen the upper body and has little strengthening effect on the lower body unless the person is initially very deconditioned.

Did You Know...

Swimming is a less effective way to lose weight and build muscle than exercise out of water.

Swimming: Swimming exercises the whole body—the legs, arms, and back—without straining the joints and muscles. Often, swimming is recommended for people who have muscle and joint problems. Swimmers, moving at their own pace and using any stroke, can gradually increase endurance until they can swim for 30 minutes continuously. If weight loss is one of the main goals of exercise, however, swimming is not the best choice. Exercise out of water is more effective because air insulates the body, increasing body temperature and metabolism for up to 18 hours. This process expends extra calories after exercise as well as during exercise. In contrast, water conducts heat away from the body, so that body temperature does not rise and metabolism does not remain increased after swimming. Also, swimming tends not to build muscle, because the muscles are supported by the water, which restricts the type of movements the muscles make. And because swimming is not a weight-bearing exercise, it does not help prevent osteoporosis.

Bicycling: Riding a bicycle is good exercise for cardiovascular fitness. Pedaling a bicycle strengthens the upper leg muscles. Bicycles are pedaled in a smooth circular motion that does not jolt the muscles. A rider can enjoy the variety and challenges of different scenes and terrains. However, bicycling can be harmful in some people with knee disorders because there is greater shearing force on the knee joint than with some other activities, such as walking. Bicycling requires balance. Some people cannot maintain balance, even on a stationary bicycle, and others find the pressure of the narrow seat against the pelvis uncomfortable Also, outdoor bicycling may involve risks of cars and traffic.

With a stationary bicycle, the tension on the bicycle wheel should be set so that the rider can pedal at a cadence of 60 rotations per minute. As they progress, riders can gradually increase the tension and the cadence up to 90 rotations per minute. A recumbent stationary bicycle is both secure and comfortable. It has a contoured chair that even a person who has had a stroke can sit in. Also, if one leg is paralyzed, toe clips can hold both feet in place, so that the person can pedal with one leg. A recumbent stationary bicycle is a particularly good choice for older people, many of whom have weak upper leg muscles. Having weak upper leg muscles makes rising from a squatting position, getting up from a chair without using the hands, or walking up stairs without holding on to the railing difficult.

Aerobic Dancing: This popular type of exercise, offered in many communities, exercises the whole body. Dancing with light to moderate weights can offer extra benefit since it increases the challenge and overall demands on the muscles. People can exercise at their own pace with guidance from experienced instructors. Lively music and familiar routines make the workout fun. Committing to a schedule and exercising with friends can improve motivation. Aerobic dancing also can be done at home with videotapes. Low-impact aerobic dancing eliminates the jumping and pounding of regular aerobic dancing, thus decreasing strain on the knee and hip joints. However, the benefits of aerobic dancing, especially in terms of weight loss, are proportional to the intensity. Consequently, muscle strengthening does not increase much with this type of activity.

Step Aerobics: Step aerobics works primarily the muscles in the front and back of the upper legs (the quadriceps and hamstrings) as a person steps up and down on a raised platform (a step) in a routine set to music at a designated pace. As soon as these muscles start to feel sore, exercisers should stop, do something else, and return to step aerobics a couple of days later. High-intensity step aerobics can strain the joints, particularly the knees and hips.

Water Aerobics: Water aerobics is an excellent choice for older people and for those with weak muscles, because it prevents falls on a hard surface and provides support for the body. It is often used for people with arthritis and sometimes for injury rehabilitation. Water aerobics involves doing various types of muscle movements or simply walking in waist- to shoulder-deep water. Aerobic exercises done out of the water, however, are more effective for weight loss.

Cross-country Skiing: Cross-country skiing exercises the upper body and the legs. Many people enjoy using machines that simulate cross-country skiing, but others find the motions difficult to master and stressful around the hip joints and inner thighs (although working with shorter leg strokes often helps). Because using these machines requires more coordination than most types of exercise, a person should try out a machine before buying one. Cross-country skiing outdoors is more enjoyable to some people but adds the challenges of exercising in the cold while maintaining balance.

Rowing: Rowing strengthens the large muscles of the legs and upper arms and back. More people use rowing machines than row on water, although rowing outdoors adds the challenge of coordinating the oars and the joys of spending time in a boat. However, if the boat does not have a sliding seat, the leg muscles will not be strengthened. People who have back problems should not row without a doctor's approval.

Strength Training: Strength training is meant to build strength and muscle mass. It is described elsewhere (see Exercise and Fitness: Strength Training).

Yoga: Yoga is not exercise. It is mental and physical relaxation used to stretch muscles. Many people enjoy yoga. However, yoga does not benefit the heart, increase endurance, or help build muscle or improve muscle function.

terus padam aku punya semangat yg mmg sikit jer ada.. sbb aku mmg malas nak pakai baju renang yg ketat dan lagi satu kolam renang kat kawasan umah aku nie dia campur lelaki dan perempuan.....peh..malu seyyy...nantila kalu aku dah kaya.. aku wat kolam renang sendiri.. ermm bila tu?????

Monday, March 30, 2009

day 64-29 mac 2009

rupanya dah 2 bulan sejak aku amik balik herbalife nie....aku rasa macam dah 5 bulan rupanya baru 2 bulan.. patutlah berat malas semacam nak turun...

setakat nie kemalasan aku utuk snap gambar masih lagi ditahap yg tinggi...jadi aku tulis jerlah

Breakfast 7.30 a.m
4 scoops vanilla + 2 scoop F3 + 400ml
1.5 l

Lunch 2.30 pm
nasi putih 1/4 plate
sayur sawi +cendawan
asam pedas ikan parang
ikan ( ckit jer )

Dinner 8.30p.m
no shake...
makan kepok lekor lagik....

kat sini ( pasar borong selayang ) ada jual itu kepok lekor terengganu.. anak2 aku termasuk aku skali suka yg nipis tuh.. jadi benda nie dah jadi rutin... aku beli banyak2 simpan dalam fridge.. dengan aku2 skali membedal..kepok nipis nie..kalau kita beli rm 1 dapat lapan keping jer.. tapi kalau beli kat pasar borong dan goreng sendiri dapat berkeping2.. untung berganda2 la..tempat lain aku tak tau la wujud ker tidak kopok nie.. sbb belah klate tak der...nanti aku snap gambar tuh kalau aku goreng kepok tuh...

*berat tak turun.. tapi inci menurun.. timbang ku salahkah???

Friday, March 27, 2009



4 scoop f1 + 1 scoop f3

tghari ( balik skolah )

nasi lauk ikan selayang rebus
kepok rotan banyak keping

4 scoop f1 + 1 scoop f3

In between

Air 3 liter ( yg nie mmg mantop ) kadang2 terlebey sudah

Makan durian pulak ari nie. Dalm 2, 3 ulas .(suamiku paksa makan sbb beli banyak ) alasan..he..he

Monday, March 23, 2009


salam semua...

seronok betul cuti...
kimi balik kg.. tengok rumah sendiri...sambil jenguk mak ...

tetapi hl maintain wlaupung banyak godaan..
biasalah kalu di klate.. pagi make nasik berlauk.... tapi kimi berjaya menepis semua tuh.
berat mmg payah nak turun.. tapi inci banyak yg turun tapi turun pong cam semut jugak...ok lah bolehlah merawat ati yg parah...daripada tak der penurunan lgsung...

result spm ari tuh dah keluar... gembira lah jugak... sebab ada budak yg kimi ajar dapat 'A 'dalam spm....good luck lah...kita sebagai cikgu.. itulah kepuasan yg sebenarnya...

Sunday, March 8, 2009

akulah tu

teruja tengok berat kawan2 banyak yg dah turun...aku dok macam tu...kejap naik..kejap turun...baju makin longgar...tak per lah...

jadi aku ingat..selagi berat aku tak turun seperti yg aku inginkan....malas sikit dah hupdet blog nie..malu lah wei...

aku janji pada diri aku..aku nok g eksesais la...swimming ko......

ok...bye..bye..korang aku monitor dari kejauhan.. tunggu my progress no...