Thanks for the suggestions! You're right, FIT_ARTIST, about Subway. So much bread... Probably Chick Fil A, just bc I love it!
@BEV1616, do check out Supreme 90. There is a team here on SP and there are alot of reviews for the program on Amazon. That's where I did most of my researching when I was looking into it. They also have a facebook page that is very supportive and informative. Good luck and let me know if you decide to give it a go!
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Denny's has omelettes with veggies and fruit cups and there's always a salad! lol Never eaten at a Chick Fi A. Subway is really kind of substandard. All the BREAD (wondering what's IN there) and deli meats most surely full of nitrates and sodium.
Supreme 90 Day is a 90 day program similar to P90X in that it focuses on muscle confusion, but it is much cheaper (on clearance at Target if you can find it for a steal! I got mine for $14, but I've read some people finding it for around $10). and the workouts are shorter, around 30-45 minutes each. You get 10 dvd's in the system and a meal plan, which focuses on clean eating. Workout schedule is all lined out for you with built in rest days; all you need is dumbbells (heavy and a lighter set) and a stability ball. It totally rocks! I'm on day 10 now and in my 1st week I lost 3.75"!! Thanks for the Chick Fil A rec :)
Hi all! Just joined SP and this group :) I'm doing Supreme 90 and following the meal plan which focuses on clean eating. I am venturing out to lunch today with my son so I'm trying to narrow down what I've come up with: Subway, Chick Fil A (grilled ckn, not breaded) or Denny's for an omelet. Which would be the best choice so I don't sabotage all my hard work? Thanks in advance :)
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