The easiest thing you can do is give up…DON’T
Again I only had 30 minutes to workout in between work and auditions…so I made it my duty to murder the stair master!!!!! I even broke the record for the week!!!
My downfall today was being on the run so much. Finally just ha my first complete meal. Egg whites, bacon, & hot-sauce burrito. It was delicious but not so great that this is really the only full meal I’ve had. Prepping food tomorrow for sure because I have another busy day!!
It’s day six and guess what?!?!? I am kicking ass. Last night I made a delicious fiesta. After an amazing 30 minute spin ride an abs, I made a burrito filled with:
Sabra Guacamole (so delicious)
And then I had a side of fat free refried beans. I also treated myself to a corona light
I got my butt out of bed at 730a and took and took an hour long sports conditioning class. I also enjoyed some time in the sauna
My Saturday has started off wonderfully. I want to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather…
I made some smart pasta noodles to eat with this along with a side of broccoli! I found the recipe on sparkpeople.com
Delicious low-fat version full of flavor. Serve over hot 4 oz. dry vermicelli , cooked according to directions and mixed with 1 T butter, and 3 T parmesan cheese.
Minutes to Prepare: 8
Minutes to Cook: 7
Number of Servings: 4
1 T canola oil
3/4 Lb uncooked shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 med green onion, diced
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp basil
3/4 tsp parsley
1 T lemon juice
3 T parmesan cheese
In 10″ skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add shrimp and all ingredients. Cook 3-7 minutes (depends on size of shrimp, smaller shrimp cook faster.) Remove from heat; sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Serving size=1/4 of shrimp. To make dividing it up easier, spread out the shrimp and divide the pan into quarters, each quarter is a serving.
Tip: remember C & O…when the shrimp are shaped like a “C” they are cooked, when they look like an “O” they’re overcooked.
Number of Servings: 4
After a gruesome 1.5 hour sports conditioning workout it is finally time to chow down.
My workout tonight consisted of sprints, core work, and tons of minute man drills!!!!
What’s for dinner? Meal prep: lemon pepper chicken, brown rice, & sautéed spinach. Oh and don’t forget Champagne de Gatorade Grapé Ha!
Tomorrow shall be a no carb day
Good morning you!
So I am currently on an Amtrak train to Rhode Island for a couple of days but that didn’t stop the master plan I have!
Last night I spent nearly two hours for meal prep and it was worth every minute!!! I have prepared my meals in the past and it always keeps me on track. For example, last night I made a couple of oatmeals to-go. I took a ziplock bag, put 1/2 cup of oats, dried cranberries, and a spoonful of brown sugar to mix together. When I got to Penn station today I was starving and headed to Dunkin Donuts. I got a small cup of hot water, an empty medium cup with a lid, and a spoon. I made my own oatmeal and it was delicious!
Some of the things I cooked last night:
•Asparagus (seasoned with olive oil & S&P)
•Peppercorn steak w/ onions & peppers
I want to buy some new containers I saw on Instagram. They actually separate your food! What kinds of things are you doing to prepare for the week ahead?
Ladies and Gents!!
So here is phase one of the challenge. 3 things for 30 days. I want to test your will power and mine to! What are you willing to give up? What are you made of?
Every week I will add another phase to the challenge and I want you all to share your results. My photo shoot will be the first week or April soooooooooo no cheating!!!
I’ll post my workouts in the morning. My stubborn lower belly fat is my troubled area that’s what the hell needs to go.
The three things I am giving up:
1. Fried food
3. Carbs every single day (try to have at least 2 no carb days)
Are you up for the challenge? Meal prep tonight!!!! Traveling for business through Tuesday so I gotta get prepared
Please share your 3 things