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recap of day 4 of 30 day challenge # 2

Friday, April 26, 2013

Recap of day 4 of 30 day challenge of the following:
-no fast food
- Under 2,000 calories
-6 days of 30 minutes of cardio & 1 day w/ weights
-blog my recaps!

So yesterday was a lot better than the other days. I got up just fine and went to watch my nephew. He wasn’t very good, but ehh he never is. Got home and my roommates were all at work so I went ahead and played DDR for 30 minutes. The estimated calories were 666, which I laughed b/c random KILLED ME. It would play a hard song then play it again. Then I got my weights in as well. I’m doing the basic upper body w/ dumbbells from sparks fitness generator. 2 sets of 15 with 5lb weights.

My eating was a lot better yesterday as well. Until I got home and had ice cream lol. But its ok I didn’t go way over or indulge till I was sick. I just had a serving and that was all. Also the giant bag of peanut mm’s that had been bought is almost gone. I’ve been having about 5 from the bag each night and my roommates have been helping me eat them lol.

So here is the food!
1,782 out of 2,000

Breakfast – turkey sausage, hash brown, naked mango juice
Lunch- 2 pieces wheat bread, bologna, provolone, GE light strawberry yogurt
Dinner- marinated chicken, mashed potato, corn
Snack – mm peanut, vanilla Ice cream, piece of a flaky cookie, 100 cal popcorn

Im finding the eating the same things while at work is working for me. It takes the guessing out of the game for mornings when its time to eat and make lunch, but by Friday a lil bit of variety would be good, so Im gonna think of something that is cost effective and will work for me. Dinners have been really good and my snacks will drop once those peanut mms are gone lol. Here comes the weekend!

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