I just finished letting Jillian kick my butt with the 30 day Shred. I have been doing Level 1 for a week, and it's been off and on with running on days when I don't do the Shred. I knew I needed some strength training because I had done those 2 days of running only so decided I would do both Level 1 AND Level 2. I did ok......of course some of the moves are harder than others for me. I have zero upper body strength so it was HARD at first but is getting better each time. I definitely got a workout, heart pumping and muscles screaming! Total of 40 minutes.
Dinner last night:
Again it was something quick....son and hubbie had basketball practice which I attend as well. It's Upwards which is a Christian based program so there is a devotion time half way thru the practice. Hubbie feels more comfortable with me doing that but he jumps in quite a bit and would be just fine doing it on his own. So that meant we needed to head out the door pretty quick.
I had my go to favorite right now.....
Spinach and Artichoke Sabra Hummus wrap which includes 2 T of hummus, romaine lettuce one a small tortilla. LOVE it! The flavor is awesome!
1/2 c fat free cottage cheese.
Ditto the above for lunch today too. I'm addicted, what can I say.
Breakfast this morning:
Usual......oatmeal with the usual fixings.
I read in a summary of this book that you should eat the same meals over and over for max weight loss. My problem is after I finish several tubs of this hummus I'll hate it so much I won't ever be able to look at it again!! LOL
Here's the comment from here:
Five rules for cutting body fat: (According to 'The 4 Hour Body')
1. Avoid "white" carbohydrates Been trying to do this2. Eat the same few meals over and over again Doing this too, maybe not on purpose.3. Don't drink calories I very seldom do this, Diet Coke-aholic
4. Don't eat fruit Had tried to start eating more fruit, but will stop for a while now
5. Take one day off per week Not sure if I can do this because if I jump off the wagon, I can't get back on. But I do rest one day from exercise.