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Friday, April 23, 2010

BFL Practice Week

I just can't call this "Week One." I ate a lot of foods that are not BFL "approved." My workouts were not perfect. Overall a total fail.

Here are the deets.
BFL Day #1 4/16/2010

7:30am: workout with Jackie Warner DVD- 15 mins total workout, 15 mins upper body (before eating) Burned 373 cals
Breakfast @ 8:30am Chobani Pom Greek yogurt & pom granola
Lunch @ 12:45pm half almond butter and jelly sandwich on double fiber bread, 1 Luna protein bar (cherry almond)
Snack 1 @ 3:49pm ½ cup whipped cottage cheese, 1 frozen twice-baked potato.
4:30pm run/walk on the treadmill
Dinner at Café Santorini- kefta kabobs, rice, hummus…
Dessert at Melting Pot

Notes on Day one: 2 work outs in one day and celebrating my sister's birthday.

BFL Day #2 4/17/2010
9:30am- ½ banana, ½ Luna protein bar
9:45am- 2.85 mile walk/run- 485 calories burnt.
11:00am- scrambled eggs, cheese, asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes. 2 slices wheat toast.
1:00pm- ½ cup whipped cottage cheese
3:30pm- refried beans with pepper plant
5:45pm- low carb wheat tortilla, chicken breast, beans, sour cream, cheese, hot sauce.
7:30pm- salad and 2 slices chicken, tomato & bacon pizza at Topper’s.

BFL Day #3 4/18/2010
8:30am- Jackie Warner 40 minutes full body workout
10am- 1 biscuit, scrambled eggs, 2 pieces of bacon, coffee with creamer.
1:00pm- protein smoothie with banana, raspberries, brown rice protein powder, mango, pom juice and unsweetened vanilla almond breeze. (split with Andy)
2:30pm: 140 cals worth of baked ruffles
4:30pm- Grilled chicken sandwich, wedge salad
9pm- 3 buffalo wings, broccoli cheese soup

Um yeah? A biscuit. Seriously. Wasn't even worth it!

BFL Day #4 4/19/2010
Workout Jillian Michael’s Last Chance Workout 33 mins 252 cal burnt
Grilled chicken sandwich w/ avocado
Grilled chicken wrap with pinto beans, sour cream, cheese (3/4)
Sour patch kids
2 mile run (burnt 500 cals)
Skinny cow ice cream

Another day with 2 workouts. I felt guilty about the sugar intake.

BFL Day #5 4/20/2010
Chobani raspberry with granola
Chicken, avocado wrap, a few French fries
786 cals burned avg heart rate 145, max heart rate 195 35 mins run/30 mins weights. I chest-pressed 40 lbs! Used 15 lb dumbbells for upper body training.
Chicken Caesar salad
Tall skinny vanilla latte
Mango mochi

BFL Day #6 4/21/2010
Banana, Luna protein bar (chocolate peanut butter)
2 tacos, quesadilla I have a mexican food "problem"
Baked ruffles
15 mins Jackie Warner Lower Body Workout (210 cals)
Protein shake: 1 packet Jay Robb Vanilla Brown Rice protein, mango, raspberries, 1 frozen banana, almond breeze, pom juice and ground flax seed.
Veggie burger.

BFL Day #7 4/22/2010
ham, English muffin & cheese sandwich
Baked lays- BBQ
Bacon, lettuce, sharp cheddar cheese on double fiber bread
6oz tri-tip, corn and mashed potatoes
1 homemade chocolate cupcake (no frosting)

In short:

7 workouts. I skipped Thursday and today but doubled up on workouts twice.

I love carbs.

I love sugar.

I have a lot to work out. I dropped 2 lbs this week which is semi-amazing to me. I feel huge.

I plan to have a more in-depth recap next week when I actually work on doing this right! I need to get 6 small meals a day, more protein, less sugar, less processed foods and more workouts. No more 2 a days!

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At April 23, 2010 at 7:10 PM , Blogger Mari said...

I'm sorry but I don't see this week as a failure! You had a very balanced week with kick ass workouts and you are down 2 lbs! Failure? NO! Success? YES!

At April 23, 2010 at 9:29 PM , Anonymous One Healthy Apple said...

I'm with Mari. I see some good meals along with some workouts (7 workouts ROCK)!!!
I think that it's a great thing to implement the items at the bottom of your post if that is the lifestyle you adopt, but changes are hard to make all at once and you are doing great so far!
Don't be so hard on yourself girl!

At April 23, 2010 at 9:46 PM , Blogger Janetha said...

um. this was practice? girl, youre gonna rock it. keep your head up, 2 lbs is AMAZING! that is awesome!!

At April 24, 2010 at 8:55 AM , Anonymous homecookedem said...

NO way was this a failure!! Girl, the first 2 and half weeks I was not doing it "correctly" but ya know what, the fact that I did make positive changes is enough to count. No one ever jumps right in and is perfect. You'll get it, promise, if I can without even reading the book, you most definitely can!! My daily totals are almost perfect now b/c I took it slowly and things have finally clicked. YOU ARE DOING GREAT!!! :)

At April 24, 2010 at 10:07 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

i love that there's bacon in there. i love bacon.

if you're doing pork bacon (not turkey) the center cut stuff has less fat and is just as tasty. turkey bacon doesn't cut it for me.

At April 24, 2010 at 11:15 AM , Anonymous ChubbyNewlywed said...

Dude! Two pounds! That is badass! I think you did a great job this week because it looks like you balanced eating out/treats with healthy foods and TONS of exercise. Yeah, so chocolate fondue isn't the greatest thing ever, but you were out with friends -- you can't exactly eat a carrot stick while everyone else eats chocolate. As I work on my own weight loss journey, I don't want to change my life so radically that I can't enjoy a cocktail with pals or split a dessert with my husband.

If anything, I'd say maybe you should try to rely less on processed treats as snacks -- i.e., the baked chips and the skinny cows. But I think we all should have treats every once in a while, so it really is still awesome! Keep up the good work!

At April 24, 2010 at 12:35 PM , Blogger RamblingBabushka said...

You better turn that frown upside down before I kick your ___. (said lovingly of course...)

2lb loss is amazing!! Your week was in no way bad. The fact that you ate out and still managed to lose weight is a clear sign that when you really buckle down, it will start MELTING off.

Good luck! Though I doubt you'll need it. Sounds to me like you've got this in the bag. :)

At April 24, 2010 at 6:58 PM , Blogger Ca88andra said...

You are very dedicated to be writing everything down. Maybe that's what I should do!

At April 24, 2010 at 9:40 PM , Blogger Jenn said...

Nicely done. Two pounds is an achievement. I'd be lucky if I lost two pounds in one week. :0


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