Thursday, December 6, 2007

Tracy's All Day Lunch 12/5....and 30 min. workout

Menu

Peets coffee w/cream 40 cal
Sherry/walnut salad dressing (mostly vinegar) 100 cal
spinach for salad w/turkey 200 cal.
turkey jalapeno, corn soup 400 cal.
blue cheese/fuji apple/persimmon/plum chutney/crackers 400 cal.
roasted veggies (brussels/shallots/squash) for salad 300 cal. (most of the calories are in the olive oil they were roasted with)

total calories 1440

Add in morning coffee, 2 more persimmons, 200 cal,(I can't help but take free persimmons, and eat them while in season!), misc. dried fruit, 200 cal) and when I got home late from my day I treated myself to an ice cream/yogurt combination at around 500 cal. I didn't get around to eating my soup for the day so subtract the 400 cal.

Total just under 2000 cal.

Wed. AM weight 130.4
6:00am KB snatch WO

2 warm up sets of 40 transfers w/14kg = 4 min.

swing, snatch, 8 L, 8 R,w/12kg, 1 min work
30 sec. rest
12 snatch L, 12 R, w/12 kg, 1 min work
30 sec. rest
6 swing, snatch L, 6 R, w/16kg, 1 min work,
3 sec rest.

6 comments:

Happiness Within said...

Tracy, I am trying to figure out when I can get to the studio when you are there for a workout. Can you give me your email address so that I can contact you?

Thanks!
Tamikka

Tracy said...

Tamikka,

My e-mail is,

tracyrif@yahoo.com

I'm taking a break from teaching until the 2nd week of January, but let's connect via e-mail, OK?

JoJo said...

Tracey, I just bought and ate a Hachiya persimmon today (my first ever) and the inside was really nice but when I ate some of the outside flesh it was mealy, chalky and a little bitter. Am I supposed to eat the peel?
Thanks!
Ariel

smurf said...

I SENT YOU AN EMAIL FORM WORK - DIDN'T WANT YOU TO DELETE IT THINKING IT WAS JUNK MAIL - IT IS COMING FROM SOFTTOUCH@TCTWEST.NET

Tracy said...

jojo,

I'm not familiar with the names of the varieties of persimmons, but the two I know of, one is eaten soft and one is eaten hard.

Some people do not eat the skin of either, however I eat the skin of the hard variety (these are smaller in size than the soft). The soft variety ( I had in my yogurt a couple of weeks ago), I do not eat the skin, I just scoop out the inside.....this is also the variety you would use to bake with, persimmon cookies and cake, (and you can freeze the pulp).

Keep trying new things! One of the nice things about buying at a Farmers Market is that you can ask the growers, directly, about their produce.

Tracy said...

smurf,

I haven't yet got your e-mail?? 12/11.