Archive for January 31, 2010

Motivation Week

Tomorrow marks the beginning of February. How are you doing with your goals??? Many people are pushing strong, some people gave up weeks ago, and others are struggling to push through. Whatever the case may be, I am officially naming this MOTIVATION WEEK!

I dedicate this week to pulling together with all of you to make sure we are sticking to our goals and not letting “life” get in the way, because, oh yeah, it will ALWAYS try to do that. What separates a successful person from the rest is PERSEVERANCE, PATIENCE AND CONSISTENCY. Take on each challenge as a mountain to climb, and don’t even THINK about turning your back and heading back down until you’ve reached the top!

I will be posting quotes, videos, and stories to help kick your butts back in gear! Feel free to comment with your own motivational strategies, quotes, stories, novels, whatever you want!

Here’s to a GREAT February full of kicking your goal’s ass!

“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.”

~ Will Rogers

Motivation

When I saw this, I immediately got excited. I think I know what the second half of 2010 has in store for me.

Have you guys ever heard of Tri-Fitness? I wouldn’t be doing the fitness routine, but the Fitness Skills and Obstacle Course caught my eye. That is right up my alley!

I am a little bit competitive ūüėČ and I think this would be SO much fun and SUCH a change of pace.

It is almost February. For the month of February, I will continue to focus on higher rep workouts. Boxing, sprints, plyo workouts, and boot camps will still be weekly happenings, but I probably won’t do much heavy lifting for a while. It is going to be tough, but I am really focusing on leaning out and cutting down. I am perfectly happy with the muscle I have put on and am not looking to put any more on at this time.

March will probably stay similar to February, and in April I will assess my physique and see what fine tuning needs to be done. The fine tuning will take place in April and May, and before¬† I know it, June will be here and Jr. Nationals will be right around the corner! I’m so excited to compete in a national show!

That obstacle course is in September, and I think that would be so much fun. It’s in Tampa, so I’m going to try to see if I can drag a few others with me to do it.

Other randomness

Let’s see…. I actually took a rest day today! I skipped out on boot camp and slept in until 8:30am!! That is seriously UNHEARD of for me. I normally can’t sleep that late if I try. It felt glorious and I’ve spent the day doing absolutely nothing. It feels wonderfuuuul. I haven’t had a day of nothing in WEEKS. With working every weekend, and being out of town and working expos the last few weeks, I haven’t had much time to just sit down and relax. By the time I get home during the week, I have to cook/pack food and get ready for bed. It is the life I CHOOSE, so I’m not complaining, but just glad to have a break today.

Next weekend I will be heading to Tucson for the NPC Desert Classic. I’m not competing, but just going to show support, cheer on friends, and help out back stage. I always volunteer to help at these shows because I know how much it helps to have someone there backstage with you to make sure everything is going right. The smell of competition tan always brings me back to the day I stepped on stage and it gets me itching to compete again.

A Dose of Motivation

The past few days I have been thinking about the past year and how much I have changed and done. What always amazes me is that my focus is always on fitness/nutrition, but the effects that I feel are usually applied to the other areas of life. For example, by learning how to push myself through a tough workout, I have learned how to push myself through the hardships of life. It sounds crazy, and maybe you think I’m nuts(which I am, so you’re right) but I truly believe that. A few years ago, I dwelled on the annoyances in life and really let things get to me. I have always been pretty laid back, but was definitely someone that complained about the small things in life. These days, I have such a different outlook on life. I find the positive in every thing I do and every thing that happens. Of course, I still have bad days and sometimes negative thoughts get the best of me, but I know how to pull myself out of those bad thoughts and turn my days around. I absolutely love the challenges that life gives me, and see them as a reason to work harder. Every obstacle is given to you so that you can grow yourself. If you weren’t presented with challenges, you would never get better at anything in life. Being a better person, mother, daughter, sister, father, athlete, teacher, friend, partner, whatever it is. You MUST face challenges and hard times in order to get better and grow. So the next time you get slapped in the face with an unexpected challenge, face it head on and work through it. When you get through it, you will be a stronger individual.

Often times the weakest and most challenging points in our lives are followed by the greatest endeavors and most fulfilling accomplishments. Take everything in life as a lesson, and see what you can learn from it.

So you want to compete?

Today was a loooooong day, but it went by pretty fast. I definitely didn’t pack enough food for the day, though and had to get a salad from Baja Fresh to keep me going through the rest of the afternoon. They actually make a pretty good ensalada if you order it right. The only problem is the $8 price tag–yuck. My salad had romaine lettuce, grilled chicken, avocado, and pico de gallo. I also added another one of their hotter salsas to the mix. Twas delish.

Workout

I was supposed to have a double-dose of bock-sing today but my private instructor cancelled on me at the last minute. No worries though, we’re rescheduled for tomorrow. Today’s boxing class was rough. The class was hard, but more-so because every single muscle in my body is sore. Even my pinky toe.

I didn’t do any other exercise today which felt kind of weird, but it felt right at the same time.

Tomorrow’s agenda includes: yoga!!, training with Dae(still not sure what body parts, will have to see what hurts in the morning, and what feels fresh…) and private boxing sesh with J-Dizzle. My ass will be kicked thoroughly.

Saturday is boot camp! I am s.t.o.k.e.d. I haven’t been in two weeks because I’ve been such an expo-whore. As brutal as they can be, there is no better feeling than walking off the field early in the morning after a hard workout. Love it.

Sunday I am hopefully going to be resting. I may do a hike or something, but I’m not sure. I know I need to give my body a break.

Nutrition

I figure I’ll give you a look at my menu for tomorrow. I will be gone all day again tomorrow and have all my food packed. I don’t know what order I will eat them in but what I have packed is……

3 servings of ground turkey and avocado

2 servings of egg whites and almond butttah

1 green bell pepper

1 bag of green bags(yes, a whole bag, and yes i will eat them all cuz i am a gluttonous green bean fiend.)

1 bag of broccoli/cauliflower clusterfunk

1 protein pancake(egg whites, protein powder, flax meal)

Tis lots of food, but hopefully its enough. I eat every 2-3 hours. If it’s been an hour and a half and i’m hungry again, I EAT.

Which brings me to my next topic……

I was talking to a young girl at the gym yesterday about competing. She is very young, only 18. She is a little bit overweight and wants to compete. She seems to really want to do it, but she is facing the same thing I faced. Everyone in the world is telling her what she should or shouldn’t do. According to what people tell her she NEEDS to do….

-Be hungry all the time

-Do cardio first thing in the morning on an empty stomach

-Not eat any fruit at all

-Not eat much fat

-Do cardio twice a day

She doesn’t know any better, and she reminds me EXACTLY of myself a year ago. Totally ready to compete. NO IDEA what to expect or how to do it. I have learned a hell of a lot through discussions, trial and error and research in the past year and I basically gave her this advice. i wanted to share it because I know there are many people out there that want to compete and aren’t sure where to start and may have been given similar advice to what she was told.

-Eat for health. This sport revolves around being HEALTHY. It DOES NOT revolve around being starved and looking like a skeleton. Honor your body, it’s a hard working machine. It is also the only machine that gets BETTER the harder you work it.(obviously to an extent, but you catch my drift.)

-Don’t eliminate healthy foods from your diet, just make room for them. If you like fruit, allow yourself to have a piece or two a day. It isn’t going to kill you, and YES you can still lean out if you eat fruit. I ate fruit, in mass amounts, during my prep and didn’t cut down on the fruit until the last month before the competition. If you make room for it in your diet, go ahead and have it. Eliminating it means you are losing out on all those nutrients, and hello, best way to curb a sugar craving!

-YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO CARDIO ON AN EMPTY STOMACH. There are two times during the day that are “optimal” but I really use that term lightly. If you do cardio, no matter what time of day, it is OK. You have to do what works for YOU. I, personally, can’t STAND doing any physical activity if I haven’t eaten anything that day. My head starts to hurt, I feel sick, and it is miserable. I have done cardio on an empty stomach, maybe 10 times in my life. That’s probably a stretch. I prefer to do my cardio right after I weight train. Your glycogen stores¬†have been somewhat¬†depleted at that time, and you can start burning fat somewhat sooner. Our bodies first go to our glycogen stores for energy and when it has used those up, it relies on fat to get energy. With that said, no matter WHEN you do your cardio, it is going to work. If you’re consistantly doing cardio and eating right, you WILL LEAN OUT AND BURN FAT. Don’t get trapped in a “have to do this at this time or else!” Again, do what works for YOU.

-You don’t have to do insane amounts of cardio to lean out. One of the wisest things that I was ever told was to build your physique in the gym, and burn fat in the kitchen. This means that when your in the gym, you are there to tone your physique and shape your muscles. Your diet is what is going to determine how well you lean out. It is 80% of the game, and you can’t outtrain a bad diet. I know many competitors who do three 30 minute cardio sessions a week and are lean as hell. Their diet is spotless. Do cardio to “boost” your fat burning, but don’t go crazy with the cardio.(I should take my own advice, but I have other reasons for doing the amount of cardiovascular activities that I do.)

-Whoever told this girl not to eat too many fats should be slapped in the face. I actually KNOW trainers that prescribe their clients with very low fat diets and it makes me cringe. HEALTHY FATS are essential. You can’t burn fat without fat, and the nutrients that you get from healthy fats such as avocados, nuts, oils, and seeds are incredible. I noticed the most changes in my physique when I gave up some of my carbs for more fats. Huge difference in both physique AND energy levels, as well as skin, hair, mood, etc.

To sum this up, don’t get trapped in what you “have to do to become a competitor.” The truth is, there is no RIGHT way of doing things. One approach to competition prep could be and most likely WILL BE totally different from person to person. Do what suits you, if something doesn’t work, try something else. YES, contest prep is hard and you DO have to give up some things, but you can tailor it to YOUR needs, and you don’t need to follow the cookie cutter “competitor guide.” Oh, and by the way, I am rarely ever hungry. Yes, i get hungry, but then I eat and I’m not hungry anymore. ūüôā Yes, it is possible to go through prep and feel satisfied and full. Just ask Pauline Nordin. Veggies will become your best friend.

 Eat clean, eat well, eat for health, and train hard! Your body will thank you.

My Favorite Feature

The strike-through.

I am such a magician with my disappearing act. I have it down to a science. Watch out Copperfield.

I have had some really good workouts this week, so let me share.

First off, I won’t be lifting heavy for the next 6 ish weeks(actually i don’t know how long, it depends on how my body responds…) but I’m happy with the muscle I’ve put on, and I’m ready to really start cutting down and tightening up. My body could use a good shake up as well. I’ve been lifting heavy for the past few months.

Anyways, I’m keeping my reps pretty high and working on keeping my heart rate elevated more in my weight training.

Workouts

Tuesday: I was abducted by aliens on Monday night, and wasn’t set free until about 7:30AM on Tuesday morning. My alarm went off, but I only know that because my roommate told me later. As far as I’m concerned, it didn’t. What? If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? I digress.(That’s the biggest word I’ve used all my life day.)

Moral of the story: Keep your doors locked so aliens don’t abduct you I missed boxing :-(. I was really excited for it too, and come to find out they sparred without me!

After I finally peeled myself out of my coma and ate a¬†filling breakfast(consisting of oats, wheat bran, egg whites, and protein powder) I headed to the gym for some Shoulder and Chest ak-shee-own(that’s action for all you¬†¬†new readers)

I warmed up with a 20 minute jog and then proceeded to do: Military presses, lateral raises, rear delt raises, pushups of many varieties, incline press, flat bench press, cable flys, and finished with some upper abs on the swiss bizz-all.

I did 40 minutes of incline walking while reading a mag studying and then did sprints later in the afternoon. My legs haven’t felt that fresh in a longgggg time! Probably because I overtrain them, but that’s a different story for a different day.

Today:

So if you’ve been reading for a while, you may remember my old trainer Dae. The ultimate trainer who knows exactly how to make me feel like an out of shape egg plant(since most egg plants are totally in shape.). Anyways, I’m training with him again because, well, nobody else compares.(Nothing compares, no-THING(oh yeah, i hit the high note) compares, to you!) Sorry Sinead O’Connor. Does anyone remember that episode of Saved by the Bell when Screech dresses up as a janitor named Sinead O’Connor? Yes, I realize that I am totally getting off topic, but now you can see why my Freshman English teacher told me that my writing “just doesn’t make sense…it’s just ALL OVER the place…”

Okay, anyways….as I was saying, I’m training with Dae again. So this morning I worked out with him and he put me through a kind of full-body workout. I forgot how damn hard he pushes me. Nobody is able to push me that hard, I don’t know what it is about him. I think I just have so much respect for him that whatever he says, I will do. Let’s just say I haven’t sweat that much since I waited in line for those paternity results. What?! I’m kidding!!!

After that workout, I did 30 minutes on the Arc Trainer, and later in the afternoon, headed back to the other gym for some Leggages. It was probably a little too much, but today was the only day for me to get them done, so I just went ahead and did them. Hey, I never claimed to be smart people.

Anyways, tomorrow I have a double dose of boxing. The class, and a private session, so that is ALL i will be doing tomorrow. No weight training. I can’t run myself into the ground.(Although I tend to do that a lot….)

Nutrition

I’ve been doing really well with cutting down on my sodium! I haven’t been eating my Cholula (except for on my nightly egg white, spinach and broccoli/cauliflower extravaganza).

Eating has been right on track, and I am feeling bueno.

I’m ready to take a nice, long shower and crawl into bed. 5:30am will come soon and I do NOT want to get abducted by aliens sleep in again.

Hi, I’m Lizzy, and I have a problem.

Before I show you all the pictures from the LA Fit Expo, I need to address a few things.

Addiction 1. I have a serious supplement buying addiction. See below.

This was just from today. I have a whole cabinet full of protein powders, vitamins, etc. I spent wayyyyy too much money today. Hopefully I won’t need anything for a LONG time.

The loot: Quinoa Flakes, Glutamine, Psyllium Husk, Raw Protein Powder, Biochem Greens & Whey, Raw One Women’s, Melatonin, Holy Basil(supports cortisol levels allegedly. I’m going to do more research. impulse buy.), zinc, and iron.

Addiction 2: Cholula Hot Sauce

I loveeeee cholula. Addicted. I brought a big bottle of it to LA and finished half of it. I put it on E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.

BUT, so much sodium. I am officially scaling back. And by scaling back, I mean I probably won’t be using it anymore. Maybe one meal a day, but that’s it. I have been a sodium queen lately, and it needs to stop. I used to not eat anything with added sodium, but I’ve been extremely leniant lately.

Addiction tres: Protein powders

I have been using protein powders for too many recipes. While they are delicious, I prefer eating real foods. Unless¬†I’m using¬†a protein powder that is JUST plain whey protein(you will know because it tastes like bullshit and the only ingredient is microfiltered whey protein isolate), it isn’t something I really want to be putting in my body. For now, I am keeping it in as a post-workout supplement, but probably not going to be using it for cooking, or snack-shakes anymore.

Okay, I think those are all of my addictions for now. Basically, I’m just cutting out all the useless crap that I’ve been letting creep into my diet these past few weeks. They aren’t necessarily hindering my progress, but I just like the clean and natural way of eating.

The LA Fit Expo

The expo was awesome. I met a lot of great people there and saw some pretty cool stuff! The power lifting competitions were so cool. It is crazy how much weight some of these guys and women can lift! I got to see some familiar faces at a few of the booths,and it was an awesome networking opportunity!

Checking in!

Just got back from LA a few hours ago, but wanted to check in really quickly!

Pictures are to come, but here are some highlights:

-I met Jamie Eason! Definitely the cutest person in the world.

-I met Ronnie Coleman!!! Light weight baby!

-I sampled a bunch of protein bars and decided I hate protein bars.

-I bought a pack of thermogenic gum for $1.00. Can I say impulse buy? I don’t do thermogenics haha

-Great networking!

-Drove through at least 5 different storm cells on the way to LA

-Realized how thankful I am to eat hot food. And have vegetables on hand at all times.

-Realized that cold chicken/avocado for 3 days sucks.

A lot more happened but you will have to wait for the full re-cap…..

In other news

¬†I took progress pictures tonight (Last ones were on 12/18/09) and progress is happening! ūüôā Sometimes it is hard to tell when you see yourself everyday, but the pictures proved to me that what I am doing is working. Just gotta keep on it!

I have to be up in about 4.5 hours, so I’m going to sleep!

GRRRR!!

I just had an entire post written and it got erased and is nowhere to be found.

Let’s try this again….

First of all, if you’re wondering where I’ve been, no sleep+lots to do=no time for blogging.

Workouts

This week has been tough, mainly because i haven’t slept enough this week! I am usually really good about getting enough sleep, but this week I slacked. Next week will be back to the normal grandma schedule. I am feeling the effects of no sleep in my workouts, and my body recovery, but I will catch back up.

This week has been: 2 boxing classes, glute/ham workout, quad/plyo workout, back/bicep workout, and a mixture of stairmill, jogging, and elliptical for cardio. My glute/ham workout on MONDAY has my hamstrings STILL sore. It made this weeks workouts even HARDER than normal. Add a lack of sleep, and lets just say I’ve been dragging all week.

Tomorrow will be yoga, chest/shoulders/triceps, and about an hour of cardio.

If you want your hamstrings to¬†be sore¬†for four days: Stiff leg deadlifts, Reverse Hyper, Single Leg Hip Thrusts, Smith Machine Sumo Squats, and Explosive Lying Ham curls. It got me, that’s for sure.

Nutrition

Food has still been going really well. I am loving the way I’ve been eating. My carbs have been mainly coming from veggies, however, today I decided to eat more carbs from oats/wheat bran. I felt like my body needed some solid carbs, and I listened. The fact that I’m a freaking ZOMBIE, probably has a lot to do with it as well. I know that when I’m lacking sleeping, sometimes my body mistakens its tired/hungry signals. Either way, I felt like a good carby day was probably best anyways. I can tell my body is coming down, and I am feeling leaner. I’m excited to continue this and see the progress continue.

I must confess, I am in a full blown relationship with someone new. His name is Cholula. Guys, I am addicted to this stuff. Regular, Chili Lime, Chili Garlic, it’s bad. I wouldn’t mind this addiction except that the sodium is through the roof!(85mg per teaspoon. Not bad except i use almost a whole small bottle a day!) The good news is that I don’t have any photo shoots/competitions coming up in the next few weeks so I can eat it happily. However, for health reasons, I will try to cut back.

I am¬†kinda dating someone else too. HER name is Mrs. Dash. Yep, I’m a player. THIS however, has NO sodium, so I think I am going to try to get closer to her. Her fiesta lime¬†is to die for. I do have another hot sauce that has only 20mg sodium per tsp, so I’m thinking if I mix that with Mrs. Dash, I might have a winner.

LA Fit Expo

Tomorrow afternoon, my roomie, myself and another fitness gal are hitting the road to go to the LA Fit Expo. We are going there for networking/business and fun. The expo is supposed to be REALLY cool, and it is also a great place to make new contacts. I have to pack 3 days worth of food, which sucks, but the good news is that we have a refrigerator in our hotel room and possibly a microwave!

The weather in LA right now is c.r.a.z.y. If you haven’t heard, there have been tornado warnings and hurricane-like weather. Not gonna lie, I’m kind of scared, but hopefully things will smooth out this weekend.

I’ll be back monday with a full recap of the expo. Pictures and stories to come! My roomie also just got a flip, so I’m expecting some dorky videos will be on their way as well ūüėČ

Have a great weekend! Work hard!!!

Daily Thought: There are some workouts where you just don’t have it in you. Your body aches, you’re tired, your heart is pumping and you just want to give up. This is your chance to prove to yourself that you ARE an athlete. When you have nothing left, give it a little more, you body will reward you.

(Disclaimer: Don’t push yourself to an injury. There is a difference between real pain and the¬†temporary pains of¬†just being depleted of all energy and working your muscles hard. I am not a professional and anything I say could be complete and total bullshit. So don’t quote me. Unless you want to. Then go ahead.)

Quickie

Get your minds outta the gutter!(or maybe i should..)

Just wanted to stop by for a few things….

For one, please check out my article featured on the ¬†Women’s Ab Workout¬†website!!

Also, the beautiful Melissa tagged me for a blogger award where I name 10 things that make me happy. These are in no particular order.

1. Working out

2. My dog

3. Blaring music while driving.

4. playing my guitar

5. Listening to Pink Floyd in my bed.

6. Getting to the top of a mountain

7. People I can laugh at on a daily basis.(including myself) and the little things in life that nobody else thinks are funny but me.

8. Most of my familia ūüėČ

9. Knowing that i have no fear to try to do anything i want in life.

10. Being at the lake.

That’s all I’ve got for now!!

Anyone who is reading and hasn’t been tagged with this, go for it!!

Make-up Boot Camp

Ahh, the expo is over. Although it was a fun time, I have to say I’m glad it’s over with. 20 hours on my feet in two days is brutal. Repeating myself hundreds of times all day has given me a new appreciation for salesmen. Monotonous much?

I mentioned that I had to miss my beloved boot camp on Saturday for the expo, so I decided to make up for it today!

I was meeting a few other people to do the workout, but I got there early so I just started jogging.  I ended up doing 2 miles and then the rest of the crew got there.

My total workout included: 3 miles jogged(did sprints on some of the straight aways), 20 bleachers, 300 jump ropes, 100 walking lunges, and a few sets of sprints and high skips. It was a great workout. I feel good. After a light day on Friday and nothing yesterday, I needed a heart pumping workout. The weather was perfect too!

I’m now sitting at work for the rest of the day and just relaxing. The gym is dead so I plan on eating my food, reading and just being happy to be doing nothing. Tomorrow should be a nice day of “me” time which will include a great workout in the morning, a few errands, and hopefully some movies in my cozy bed. Ahh sounds amazing ūüôā

Have a great Sunday!

Busy Week!

Wow, this week has FLOWN by. I have been so busy and gotten SO much done, and also gotten some KICK ASS work outs.

Monday-Thursday were intense as far as workouts. As long as I make sure that I take a step back and let my body rest, it is okay. I know my body can handle it and if I feel overwhelmed, I just pull back the reigns.

Week of Workouts

Monday:2 miles jog, Ham/Glute Workout, 30 min. on the stairmill, 1 hour spin

Tuesday: 1 hour boxing, Shoulders/triceps, 30 min. Sprint workout

Wednesday: 2 mile jog, Legs/Plyos, 30 min. one on one boxing(although timewise this was the shortest, it was BY FAR the hardest day. I was balls to the walls for the entire 1.5 hours of workouts i got in.)

Thursday: 1 hour boxing, back/biceps(meh, if i can even count that as biceps), 30 minutes elliptical(much more normal day)

Friday: 1 hour yoga, 20 minutes on the arc trainer

So the week did dwindle down, but I still got in some awesome workouts. I feel great!

Yesterday, after yoga(still loving this class!) and cardi-yoing, I was off to work the Egg Whites International booth at the P.F Changs Marathon Phoenix health expo. It was a longggggg day. I know more about egg whites than I ever thought I could, and know that I can successfully stand on my feet for 10 hours straight without keeling over(almost). Don’t get me wrong, I am having fun at this show! It is GREAT networking and the owners of EWI are all really cool guys. I will be there all day today too, and the day should go by even faster, since they are expecting ehhh 95,000 people to come through today. I have a feeling I won’t have a voice, but I can’t wait to tell you all the great benefits of egg whites that I never even knew about ūüôā

I am totally bummed though, that I have to miss boot camp this morning. As brutal as it is, I look forward to it every week. I love getting my ass kicked and pushing my body to the limits. It is totally exhilarating and although it’s tough at the time, each time you push yourself to that make/break point and you make it, a small wall in your head is broken down and a sense of accomplishment and empowerment runs through your blood.

Anyyyways. Eating has been great! While at the expo, I only got to eat 2 of the 5 meals I brought, so needless to say I was STARVING and scarfed down two of my meals on my way home, and then had another one when I got home. Not exactly great nutrient timing, but I needed the food and didn’t have a choice. My head was a cloud when I got home. I only had some veggies in my system, and no other carbs and I literally felt like my brain was in the clouds. Like that week before a show feeling. Sleep seemed to help me though and I made sure to have some oats with breakfast.

Today’s food:

M1: 1/4 cup wheat bran, 1/4 cup rolled oats, 1/2 cup egg whites, 1/2 scoop protein powder, 1/2 TBSP almond butter, 1 small orange

M2: 1 scoop protein, 1/2 TBSP Peanut butter, 1/4 cup egg whites, ice, Blended babyyyyy YUM!

M3: 4 oz grilled chicken, 2 cups broccolie/cauliflower, and hot saunce

M4: Protein pancake

M5: 4 oz. ground turkey, 1/4 avocado, hot sauce

M6: Protein pancake

M7: 4 oz. ground turkey, 1/4 avocado, hot sauce.

I also have a tub-o-green beans that I will hopefully get to munch on throughout the day.

Let’s see if I can even get to half of these meals today while working.(doubtful, but we’ll see.)

Breakdown:

1,624 calories

206g protein

52g. fat

96g. carbs

That looks pretty good to me, seeing as I won’t be working out at all today. Tomorrow will be a good boot camp/bleacher workout though, so I’m excited!!

See you manana!

 

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