View Full Version : Any people been struggling to eat properly over xmas?


sterling
12-29-2007, 08:53 PM
I gta admit i been eating crap over xmas alot of chocolate and just junk food lol im 60kg and training at the moment hopefully going amatuer next year.
Anyone been struggling like me over the xmas holiday?

Nicky_Hatton
12-29-2007, 09:45 PM
I wouldn't worry about it. Most people do it, it comes once a year enjoy it. You probably haven't even put on as much weight or eaten as much as you think. As it's christmas it automatically has the "I've eaten loads" tag attached to it.

Onslow.
12-29-2007, 09:47 PM
hahaha **** me - just as yoru saying that, im tucking into my 90th toffee of this week and my 30th can of beer.

yeah, im scared to approach the scales.

but in truth..if you can put it on in one week...

you can take it off in one week, surely.

Nicky_Hatton
12-29-2007, 09:53 PM
Ha, been a teenager, my relatives have been getting me those slection boxes, and every night about 2-3 about now, I have the munches and tear through them, coupled with lots of beer. I really need to get out of this time zone :-/

sterling
12-29-2007, 10:35 PM
Ha, been a teenager, my relatives have been getting me those slection boxes, and every night about 2-3 about now, I have the munches and tear through them, coupled with lots of beer. I really need to get out of this time zone :-/

lol i been going through alot of chocolates too.
But its true i think im gna have to take of all wieght in a bout a week

DMC
12-29-2007, 11:25 PM
Don't stress over it.:nonono:

I have been training and eating well this year. and this week I have eaten nothing but crap. I think one week out of the year your allowed to play up. It's not going to kill you. I know as of next week I am back into training and eating right.
Don't stress.

DMC:boxing:

Onslow.
12-29-2007, 11:34 PM
yeah like iv been thinking. for 50 weeks this year, i've ate pretty much brilliant. altho one day a week i'll treat myself to beer, or chocolate, or a takeway...**** it..

i can eat **** for 2 weeks in the year. i mean for ****s sakes.

lifes for the living.

Tyson Jones
12-29-2007, 11:48 PM
Exactly, truth be told, you'll most like walk it off in a few days, a body doesnt put on much weight in a few days if your normal schedule stays the same all year. I ate a ton over chrismas and a few days before and after. I usually weight like 175 lean pounds. I ate probabley doulbe the amount of calories I usually do and even a few mountain dews. I only ended gaining 3 pounds, it came off in one day with just drinking water and eating normal again. Dont sweat, its only a body. If your already in shape, its easy to get back.

fraidycat
12-30-2007, 01:55 AM
Exactly, truth be told, you'll most like walk it off in a few days, a body doesnt put on much weight in a few days if your normal schedule stays the same all year. I ate a ton over chrismas and a few days before and after. I usually weight like 175 lean pounds. I ate probabley doulbe the amount of calories I usually do and even a few mountain dews. I only ended gaining 3 pounds, it came off in one day with just drinking water and eating normal again. Dont sweat, its only a body. If your already in shape, its easy to get back.

What scares me is, as soon as I stop training and quit eating like a boxer -- nothing too bad, either: just 3 squares and occasional noshing -- I will put on 10-12 lbs. in about a week. I can't believe people eat like that all the time.

sterling
12-30-2007, 12:13 PM
Thx folks im gna have to run it off soon i know

Verstyle
12-30-2007, 12:15 PM
I ate my ass off on Christmas and I still weigh the same.ahaha.

fraidycat
12-30-2007, 02:06 PM
I ate my ass off on Christmas

:nonono: Some guys'll eat anything. Salt and ketchup with that ass, Verse?

Kayo
12-30-2007, 03:28 PM
I've been pigging out and been in a booze binge, so far i havent gained a pound and my training hasnt fallen either. Though once the break is over im gunna stop

leff
12-30-2007, 04:31 PM
its what you eat between newyear and chritsmas that matters not what you eat between christmas and newyear

fraidycat
12-30-2007, 07:05 PM
its what you eat between newyear and chritsmas that matters not what you eat between christmas and newyear

LMFAO. Well said.

pbf456
12-30-2007, 07:08 PM
Eating well this time of year can be difficult, but what it really comes down to is you make the decision to put crap in your mouth or not. If you don't want to eat junk, then don't eat junk. It is really pretty simple.

Kayo
12-30-2007, 07:50 PM
its what you eat between newyear and chritsmas that matters not what you eat between christmas and newyear

Damn straight.