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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:53 pm

eeee trade 3
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:44 am

Stacking to improve MM

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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:45 am

Stacking to improve Money Management
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:58 am

30 Second charts look nice!
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby prochargedmopar » Sun Jan 04, 2015 2:07 am

dojirock wrote:Your right Pro, tomorrow I start.... LOW carbs... thats my vice....

1st trade this year...love when works as planned.


Let's not throw the baby out with the bath water.
Carb timing is KEY!!

Straight up low/no carb and your body become more and more efficient. takes less and less food to continue losing weight.
Stoke yourfat burning furnace with a few donuts or ding dongs. LOL

Drink coffee (with cocunut oil or butter)
Here is what I put in my "breakfast"
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Eat meat
Lift heavy
Down some carbs of your choice.
Cherry turnovers, Pizza, Beer, Ice Cream, Rice cakes, whatever. LOL (only once a week if your in extreme fat burn mode)
Next day.
Rinse and Repeat.
Kinda like getting rich pippin'
But ur getting ripped instead.
easy peazy.

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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:38 pm

Thanks Pro for the advice.
I fell way short of my health goals last year and its taking a toll on my body.
I weigh 338 as of today and am 6'3''. gained 24 lbs since Thanksgiving. Thats one thing im not thankful for. Its sick.
exercise, none existent.
My goal this year is to get serious, and actually do it or the penalty will not only be everything that comes with it, like higher risk for heart
attacks, strokes, diabetes, but to cut my trading time as a consequence to not following a plan to better my health. I love trading. I love the IDEA of being healthy and fast instead of slow and sluggish. I have even noticed a big struggle in my trading London, due to fatigue and vision. Due to that alone, im making the transition to New York session as a primary. It will work better with futures anyway.
I have an Eliptical, and a Bowflex. My goal this week is to get them dusted off and start using them.
As I get my body in a ketonic state, Im hoping by the end of the week to have a good start.
100 lbs is the 1st target to shed off.
I think you have my email? If you can give some BEGINNER, STARTER tips great. Im not ready to start dead lifting massive weight like you and your son do in the vids...lol.....

doji
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby aliassmith » Sun Jan 04, 2015 5:16 pm

dojirock wrote:Thanks Pro for the advice.
I fell way short of my health goals last year and its taking a toll on my body.
I weigh 338 as of today and am 6'3''. gained 24 lbs since Thanksgiving. Thats one thing im not thankful for. Its sick.
exercise, none existent.
My goal this year is to get serious, and actually do it or the penalty will not only be everything that comes with it, like higher risk for heart
attacks, strokes, diabetes, but to cut my trading time as a consequence to not following a plan to better my health. I love trading. I love the IDEA of being healthy and fast instead of slow and sluggish. I have even noticed a big struggle in my trading London, due to fatigue and vision. Due to that alone, im making the transition to New York session as a primary. It will work better with futures anyway.
I have an Eliptical, and a Bowflex. My goal this week is to get them dusted off and start using them.
As I get my body in a ketonic state, Im hoping by the end of the week to have a good start.
100 lbs is the 1st target to shed off.
I think you have my email? If you can give some BEGINNER, STARTER tips great. Im not ready to start dead lifting massive weight like you and your son do in the vids...lol.....

doji


There really is no secret to it. Eat healthy food, and
at your weight about 2000 cal. a day. The elliptical
for about 30 min. a day. It takes time, you didn't
gain it all in one day.
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby Jalarupa » Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:41 pm

Buy yourself a jawbone up... Set a goal of 10 thousand steps a day, grab your tablet or set some alerts for the walk and start trying to hit your goal every day...

Have a look at the device online... It even allows you to log food in take..

Not a bad idea to go have your BMI / CHOLESTEROL / GLUCOSE / BLOOD PRESSURE checked... Just so you realize how serious this stuff is... Also if you are a smoker them quit immediately...

I had my annual checks done this weekend and am happy to report I'm a very low risk with readings at normal levels
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby prochargedmopar » Mon Jan 05, 2015 6:04 am

Start by skipping breakfast. And move your carbs as close to eve. as possible.
Walk 30m out and 30m back every day...can start smaller but that is the ultimate goal.
You can get 90% of all health benefits from walking and decent food intake.
Drink lots of water.

In your spare time listen to the body.io podcasts. Or better yet, when your walking. This will get your mind off trading and on your body.

Lifting heavy is relative. You can do squats/lunges, ect. at your weight. Push-ups would most likely feel heavy too.
I dont want to hear any bogus excuses about squats being bad or hard either, if you take a s**t then you can do sit-to-stands off the couch....LOL
Same thing.
The great thing about lifting heavy is that your muscles burn LOTS more energy when rebuilding and replenishing themselves LONG after the work has been done. This can even help transfer glucose from your blood directly to the muscles without the need for insulin transporter. This helps pre-diabetics and diabetics tremendously.

The Dr. Gundry podcast is an excellent one.
You can also search for some others by him on the net.
Keifers latest one on rants is good but may go over the head of most people if they havn't listened to a bunch of the others.

Best to start at the beginning.
Only like 30 or 40 of em anyway. You'd have them all listened to in like 2 mo. or less if you walk almost every day.
Happy Carb-nite.
Oh, I got both books if you want em'. thought I already gave them to you, if not. hit me up.
Carb-backloading 2.0 is about to be released, I'm getting it too. All the most recent research and cuts through a lot of the crap that's being spewed out there now.
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Re: A fresh start! Doji's Trading Journal

Postby dojirock » Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:01 am

Done with Asian, back at New York
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