This is the song that never ends...: 01/07/2007 - 01/14/2007

This is the song that never ends...

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

1-oats, raisins, egg whites
---coffee with flavored creamer (sinful)
2-Kashi TLC bar
3-Chicken soup, 2 slices bread, single-serve can of tuna (lemon/dill-yum!)
4-cottage chs/grapes
5-Pork souvlaki, wheat noodles(half serving) & spinach pasta sauce w/ salad

Comes out to 1615, 40/33/28-c/p/f (in Fitday)

45 minutes, intervals on elliptical

Had a Dr. appt today and they confirmed the carpal tunnel syndrome. BAH! In a foul mood. I refuse to take anything for it. No cortisone, steroids, etc. I'm going to see if I can do some self-treating naturally/herbally and see where I go from there. It's strangely comforting to have a diagnosis finally.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

And another thing....

Every time I hear someone say, "well, I'm going to 'try' and eat healthy", I think I'm gonna start singing, 'Y'all gon' make me lose my mind...up in here, up in here." How pathetic does that sound? Try? As far as I'm concerned, you've given up.

I'd step off of my soapbox, but Farnsworth Bentley hasn't shown up with my umbrella, yet.

Big Head Todd

So far, so good. The more I read the BFFM book, the more excited and pumped I get about eating healthy and exercising. I'm particularly excited about not doing the BFL weight workouts for a while as they can get a bit tedious... I'm a much bigger fan of the straightforward approach: 8-12 reps for 2-3 sets with a fair bit of difficulty. That's how I train the majority of my clients and they generally see some pretty awesome results.

Food is clean for today:
1-oatmeal, walnuts, milk
2-cottage cheese, grapes
3-protein shake
4-chicken, br rice, peas
5-protein shake

Looks boring, but I'm a creature of habit and repetition when it comes to food. And I'm also going to be allowing 1-2 planned cheat meals per week. I haven't decided what or when just yet... For some reason, I see pizza in my future.....

Tonight's workout will be cardio with a full-body weight routine (chest, shoulders, back, tris, bis, quads, hams, calves and abs, oh my).

Today, I have to take Wacko Jacko to the hospital today for some testing. At his last pedi visit (last week), the doc said that his head was measuring a bit ginormous, so she wants us to go get a brain ultrasound today. I'm sure he's gonna love that. Deep down, I don't think there's a problem. Hub's got a sizeable melon and so do I.....we're just a very smart family.
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