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Week 1, Day 6

Friday, September 06, 2013

When I took Meadow out around 6am the sky was this beautiful pink color.

Breakfast was the same as yesterday but with Ezekiel toast instead.

Snack: some almonds

Enjoyed lunch outside today...chicken salad, cucumber, & watermelon

Snack: mini baby bell cheese wheel & some grapes

Dinner: Grilled chicken caesar salad

Today was supposed to be cardio but my right calf has been acting weird, twitching and almost feeling like it could completely spasm at any moment. I took Meadow for a walk and was ok, still twitching though :( Since tomorrow is supposed to be rest day I decided to switch them and hope my calf is ok tomorrow.

I plan to get up and do the cardio dvd in the morning. I know the program is supposed to be workouts 6 days then rest 1 but since it's a cardio workout I think it'll be ok.

Any ideas on what to do for the twitchy calf??

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    I did the foam rolling last night and today it seems to be ok! emoticon

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NATPLUMMER 9/7/2013 10:06AM

    I'd try foam rolling the calf.

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CCSDESTINY 9/7/2013 8:21AM

    Your food looks awesome!!

Twitchy advice would be to stretch and ice..

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SUGAR0814 9/6/2013 11:03PM

    Love the pink sky! Pink is my favorite color!! I hope your twitch goes away.

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BLUENOSE63 9/6/2013 9:34PM

  You must have hit a nerve to make it twitch like that way. Do you have a foam roller. If you do roll it out. If you don't, ice it and take either Advil or Aleve whichever you prefer. Give the ice about 20 minutes. You may have to ice every couple of hours if you can until it goes away.

That is the coolest sky I have ever seen! Definitely pinkalicious!

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