Bed at 12:30am – Rise at 6:45am. Feeling fine post run. No soreness. I did make the mistake of not stretching immediately after my run yesterday so I was glad I “downward dogged”, “baby’d”, and “one-legged pigeoned” about an hour before I went to sleep. It’s amazing what 5 minutes of intense and intentional stretching and breathing can do for the body.
Morning weigh in 171. Second morning weigh in just 20 minutes later 170.5. Do I need to explain why …
- 7:25am – 2 fried eggs, 8-ounces of Herbalife Concentrate Tea, 1 Amber Lynn sugar-free milk chocolate
- 8:00am – Various Herbalife tablets (Multivitamin, Herbalifeline, Cell Activator, Celluloss, Ultimate Prostrate)
- 11am – 1 1/2 cups of Honey Nut Cheerios, 1 1/2 cups of Blue Diamond Almond Milk, 1 banana
- 2pm – 1/3 Tofurky frozen pizza (1 serving), 1 Morning Star sausage patty, 8 ounces of Odwalla Chocolate Protein Monster, 10 Mary’s Gone Crackers, Herbalife Herbal Concentrate Tea
- 5:30pm – Chinese food from one of our favorite local spots. Salt and pepper mushrooms, sesame tofu (extra crispy, less sauce), egg fried rice, house eggroll, and a vegetarian hot and sour bowl of soup.
I apologize for Meal 4, Chinese Food. Like I said, it’s one of our favorites so taking a photo before it was more than half gobbled down was the last thing on my mind. It may not look appetizing which means there’s more for me!
- 11pm – Herbalife Protein Berry Beverage Drink and with Active Fiber. No reason for the fiber, just remembered a Dr. Oz show about fiber. This entry isn’t on my MyFitnessPal …
- Major House Cleaning in the 95-plus degree weather
- Quick walk home after dinner. 100-degrees. Ran up the overpass ramp to mix up the pace. It’s notable that during my last Hawaiian vacation, with buffets for breakfast and oftentimes, dual-dessert-days (lunch and dinner), I only gained 1 pound. The key … we walked .8 miles to the restaurant and walked back .8 to the hotel. Only takes 11-13 minutes depending on your pace, but as you can see, worth every step. Life lesson #30 – a lot of little steps will lead to a big results.