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day 56

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Update..

Saturday--
week 6
chest/tri/sh/ abs
-20 mins of cardio

Sunday-- rest day
I woke up with a cold and felt exhaust so definitely wasn't in the mood

Monday
I forced myself to push through and do plyometrics (only 40 mins)
because I did not want to. I had more of a head cold.

Tuesday-
30 min run on the treadmill straight. (my goal is to be able to run for a hour). When I run, I also include some incline/run at a fast speed 7.2 and back down. I try to keep the "Biggest Loser" as my motivation.
I can't say that I mind to work out in the evening but yesterday was a pain in my ass. Had to search for cardio machine, and I had to also what for some weights because it was beyond packed. I felt kinda stupid at times looking around. LOL

Wednesday-
16 min ab routine
20 mins of kenpox (need to finsh this later tonight)
Plus I have rehearsal for 2 hours tonight too.. OMG!!! getting ready for a show

Meals
So, I am going on a trial and error to see what happens. I am going to up my protein intake, still include the healthy carbs. I don't think I really need to change what I'm eating completely. But I'm determined to lose 4 lbs in the month of March. 150 is my goal. And I know I can do it. (154-155)

breakfast
small portion of oatmeal/ raisins
3 boiled eggs
1 slice of wheat toast (not enough oatmeal so I had the toast with it)

snack
blueberry smoothie (140 cals) 6-8 ozs
natures valley bar (peanut butter)

lunch
1 thin slice porkchop
wheat pasta
mixed veggies
-----something sweet- vanilla waffers

kiwi
1 tsps of peanut butter

water intake-60-70 oz

dinner
chicken pot pie.. a small portion--I ate this around 10:20 pm.. As much as I didn't want to eat late, I need some food.

ps. I was very proud of myself. I finished up KENPO X (kickboxing) at (9:30 pm at night).. Glad I did.

dinner.. unk
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PLATINUM755 2/27/2013 5:25PM

    emoticon ...and it great to switch up your meals and find other healthy options. Trial and error provides an great lesson about how your body handles certain foods and it beats getting board and starting to wander off the path. Keep up the good work! emoticon

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