Philippians 3:12-14 (The Message Bible)

I'm not saying that I have this all together, that I have it made. But I am well on my way, reaching out for Christ, who has so wondrously reached out for me. Friends, don't get me wrong: By no means do I count myself an expert in all of this, but I've got my eye on the goal, where God is beckoning us onward—to Jesus. I'm off and running, and I'm not turning back.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Day 27

I'm BACK! Hooray! I am SO glad to be back on track with my P90X journey. For a second there...it felt like I was slipping away bit by bit. Yikes!
So today was our first time to do Shoulders, Chest & Triceps (with ARX, of course.) It was a great work out. A lot of push ups---and after eating a big dinner...not the best idea, but still I think we got a great upper body work out. Not really looking forward to Plyometrics tomorrow...but oh well...no pain, no gain-right?
Eating was a little sketchy today...seeing as how I haven't really studied the Phase 2 nutrition plan and I haven't been to the grocery store in over a week--we had to just make do. Here's what we ate today:

Breakfast: 2 slices of light whole wheat bread (45 cal. each), 2 egg whites, FF cheddar cheese, spray butter, 2 slices Turkey Bacon--made into a sandwhich.

I skipped snacks today--like a DUMMY (I was just so busy that I forgot and by the time I realized I was hungry..it was lunch or dinner and too late to eat a snack)
Matt took apple slices, golden raisens and almonds mixed in a baggie and a protein bar.

Lunch:
Matt: 2 turkey sausages (like smoked sausage) with a cabbage salad
Me: 1 baked tilapia filet (4 oz) and a cabbage salad with 1/4 c. apple slices, 10 small mandarin orange slices, golden raisens, broccoli, slivered almonds and Toasted Sesame Dressing.

Dinner: Southbeach Diet Frozen Supreme Pizza on Wheat crust(240 cal. 24 g. protien), Green salad

2 comments:

Candyland said...

It's good to see you back on track. Thought I lost you there for a minute...I never did the Plyo thing that is only in Classic. But I hear some like it and some don't. Oklahoma, huh? Thats where my Dad was from, I never got to visit though. It looks beautiful in some of your pics. I am from Southern California. Been here all of my life. It's nice here, its all I know, but I would like to visit Oklahoma someday. When my middle daughter was in high school she was involved in Colorguard and we traveled quite a bit with that and visited other states far from Calif. and that was fun. My husband loves microbrews and microbrewing so wherever we go he always has to visit all the breweries and pick up t-shirts and taste beers of course. Its kind of his hobby. Maybe someday we'll visit some micro breweries in Oklahoma, do you know of any? Any ways good to see you back and Bringing IT! Ü

kc said...

Nice to see that your back on track. You did much better while out of town, then we did. Well, we still exercised and I tried to watch what I ate, but I still didn't eat like I normally do.

BTW: I about died laughing when I read you comment about being "bloated like a puffer-tick"! hahaa You are to funny!