Thursday, February 21, 2008

Max V02 and Tracys All Day Lunch

I didn't take video or post my Monday workout, but here's Wednesdays quick KB after 5:30am Bikram yoga,

7:30am Max Vo2 w/12kg



Warm up w/12kg

swing,snatch, trans., 1 min work 1 min rest x 3 sets = 6 min.





Work sets

7 snatch R, 15 sec. rest (25 sets)
7 snatch L, 15 sec rest (25 sets)

x 50 sets total = 25 min

Total workout 3o min. (when am I going to learn how to count? lol)

I'll be posting some pictures I took of the last day of the SJ Cert, and in honor of the Graduation Workout I had to try it myself! (Max V02 x 50 sets was the Grad WO) I can't believe that I used to do this workout with the 16kg....again soon though!

All Day Lunch


Menu

fuji apple, 1/2 oz bleu cheese 120 cal
oats, milk, sliced almonds (150, 70 & 100 cal.) 320 cal.
curry coleslaw w/ 4oz chicken 400 cal
spaghetti squash, 4oz. chicken and veg soup w/kale 400 cal.

Add in morning coffee, 70 cal. and 10 almonds @9:00pm after work 100 cal.. Total cal. 1410

Out of the last 10 days I've had nearly all of them perfectly planned, the exception being Saturday's cooking class. I'm hoping to be lean and mean again by my 18 week post op date. I believe this Friday will be 11 or 12 weeks.

I'll be posting more about my food and diet in the next few days , because alot has been going on...in the best of ways!

Life is so good!

5 comments:

Happiness Within said...

Tracy,

Looking good! The fuji apple with bleu cheese looks divine.

Tamikka

Teresa said...

Tracy, I love your food posts so I'm looking forward to them.

Question about oats - do you cook a batch of them several days in advance? I've been wondering about that as on option to making a fresh small batch every day.

thanks.

Tracy said...

Tamikka,

I like bleu cheese well enough, but I can't say that I love it! Fawn loves cheese, especially bleu, so I have much leftover....you'll be seeing alot of it in my food for a couple of weeks!

I do like it mixed with something sweet like fruit.

Tracy said...

teresa,

I usually make one serving at a time....2 cups water to 1/4 c. steel cut oats. But I usually make it early, like 5 am and I don't eat it until at least 10am...so I guess it's not really "fresh".

I like to make one serving at a time to keep the serving size "honest".

If I choose to eat something different for one of my meals, I just save it for the next day.

neca said...

I love the recipes and menus too - you've given me some wonderful food ideas! I am eating way more veggies since I started reading your blog!