And another challenge begins. Wouldn’t life be boring if every day was the same. I love sharing my life with you guys. It makes me accountable but at the same time, I also hope I’m helping you to challenge yourselves. If I can do it, anyone can. I’m no person of great will power when it comes to food. I love to moozle.
Anyway, I’ve decided to lean out a bit. I’m carrying 6lbs more than I want to and I’d like to lose it. I’m not planning on going on a strict diet because I know that if I do, I’ll immediately want to stuff my chops with everything in the fridge and more. I also work out to a high level most days and have 3 non stop kids so I need my energy. However, I’m impatient so I want to lose the weight quickly but steadily.
I’ve worked out roughly what I need to do to achieve my goals, so from today, I’ll be sharing my food again and my daily workouts. I do a mixture of Crossfit with Crossfit Cayman (www.crossfitcayman.com), weights, barre with Sue at Balance (www.balancecayman.com) and my own fat burning sessions which I do on a stairmaster, rowing machine or treadmill with a few podcasts or TED Talks and sweat for 25 to 30 minutes.
So here’s the first of the next month. Why don’t you try this from 1 September?
Food and drink
Lemon water on waking
Breakfast – 1 cup of GF oatmeal cooked in water with a handful of fresh blueberries, a teaspoon of cinnamon and 6 crushed Brazil nuts
Snack – a small apple with 1 tablespoon of chocolate hazelnut butter
Lunch – 7 grilled shrimp, 1/2 hass avocado and a spicy raw brocolli salad with chopped chili, onion and a little garlic and olive oil
Snack – a homemade protein bar containing 20g of protein
Dinner – 4 scrambled eggs with 4 cups of wilted spinach, tomato and garlic
2 coffees, 1 herbal tea and 10 glasses of water
Supplements – calcium and magnesium, BCAAs, fish oil and iron
3 rounds of 400m run, 21 40lb kettlebell swings and 5 strict pull ups
40 push ups
25 minutes of slow stair climbing
That’s all for now folks…….