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Monday, November 26, 2012

I set my alarm for 9pm when I really was supposed to set it for 9am. I woke up at 10:15. I have to leave my house by 10:15 because I have an appointment with my trainer at 11:00. I like to get to the gym 15-20 mins before our session so I can change my shoes and warm up.

Needless to say, I threw on my clothes and left the house without eating breakfast. That was a very bad move.

First, it was hard getting through my workout. I had zero energy about half way through. When it came to the last 15mins when we do intervals I REALLY had to push.

Second, it set me up for a bad day. I came home and had
1 egg
1 egg white
1oz of ham
1 slice of light swiss
it was a very good breakfast, but a few hours later I was hungry again. I ate a Balance Bar, and ended up throwing up. My pouch doesn't like chocolate. My RD recomended them as a quick meal incase I find myself out and about and on the run. I ate the peanut butter ones before with no issues, but then I bought the S'mores kind and they made me puke.

Eating breakfast is important!!

I think that is all for now
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  • EUEK098
    Hate when I mess up the alarm, at least you're learning about what works for you.
    1909 days ago
  • CHYNNA81
    You know how temperamental our pouches get. I swear they have a mind of their own. New day tomorrow new breakfast choice. Good luck tomorrow.

    1909 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/27/2012 8:56:37 PM
    emoticon Try a protien shake or slimfast, even a differant type of breakfast bar like Kellogg's Special K...I to have stomach issues and for a long time had to use slim fast for breakfast...Good Luck
    1909 days ago
  • PATTYR81
    I agree that breakfast is soooooo important for me to get my day to a positive start! After going all nite, my tummy is a bit nauseated in the a.m. It needs a slow wake up with hot tea followed by a good breakfast else I'm in TROUBLE emoticon

    I've had times like you did when I've had to hit the floor running. I've learned to stock my fridge with 'grab & go' items such as RTD protein drinks and cheese sticks. My morning tummy is ok with this. emoticon

    Happy Day!
    1909 days ago
    Maybe next time just grab a piece of fruit and a handful of nuts to take along...?!
    I've done that; sat there in the locker room of the gym enjoying an apple - defying the stares! lol
    1909 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/27/2012 3:59:06 AM
    MJ is right - tomorrow is indeed a new day :)
    1910 days ago
    Tomorrow is a new day! Today is over and you have learned from the day's events. It will be better on Tuesday, but check that clock just in case! emoticon
    1910 days ago
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