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Menu May 14th

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Leftovers from yesterdays breakfast
2 Cups of black tea with stevia and non dairy creamer

Lunch: Boneless Rib Eye Steak cooked in butter.

Dinner: Korean beef Galbi! My favorite! We finally got to go out to eat for mothers day.

It was basically just beef, wrapped in lettuce leaves. I also stuffed mushrooms, grilled garlic and onions and both cabbage and raddish kimchi in mine. It is usually also stuffed with white rice, but I stayed far away from it!

The beef and onions are marinated in something, probably some sort of soy sauce. I don't know about the sugar content. I was dipping my lettuce leaf in sesame oil and sea salt mixture and bean paste. I'm sure I went waay over my salt intake with that stuff.

It was an all you can eat restaurant so I had a lot of beef!

We also walked to this restaurant, which was a mile there and back, up a big staircase that crossed over train tracks. So, I walked 2 miles yesterday to earn this dinner! My other workout is listed below.

Snack: Kids size cup of sugar free turtle carmel icecream at baskin robbins. When I got home, I checked the nutrition facts. 24 grams of Carbs and 4 grams of sugar. It could have been worse!

At least 1 liter of plain water. 2 cups of flavored iced green tea.

Tuesday is usually my Taekwondo class but I had to drop the car off at the shop so I didn't make it.

2 Rounds
Speed Squats 20 reps/10 second rest
Elbow Plank 30 second Hold/10 second rest
Pushups (Modified) 20/10 second rest
Burpees (Modified) 10/10 second rest
Lunges 20 per leg/10 second rest
Elbow Plank 30 second hold/10 second rest
Triceps Dips 20/10 second rest
Squat Jumps 20/10 second rest

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    Thanks for sharing your workout, I'm going to copy/paste it to my fitness page. It looks really tough...but gonna give it a shot anyway.
    1867 days ago
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