Sunday, August 27, 2006

Party Food Choices

typical day with a party thrown-in to shake things up:

PreBreakfast: 10 oz tea
Breakfast: 1 oz string cheese (6g protein)
Snack:16 oz crystal light peach tea

Lunch: 3 sticks celery, 1 oz turkey(8g protein), 4 pretzels, 1 sip fruit punch
Snack: 1/2 marshmellow dipped on chocolate (fountain), 1 piece of cake sans frosting
Snack 2: 2 sticks of celery, 1 cupcake sans frosting, 3 pretzels, 1 bavarian creme filled puff, 10 oz isopure (20g protein: Grape)

Dinner: 1 oz salmon, 1 slice squash(8 g protein)

SANTA called, I really need to book for this fall, motivation is what I need. location was revealed to me at the party yesterday, I am so very jazzed about this.

Harris County Mud No 24 Administration Building
17035 Deer Creek Dr
Spring, TX 77379
I think that I could have a fantastic Saturday Limited Edition Session once a month with a 'central location with great parking' I feel the juices flowing. ;)

today we are going out to Bennigans, test two of eating out with friends and see how I 'fair', I found out that I can consume much more food when visiting that I probably should. so I have already looked at the menu and am 'prepared' with my choices ahead of time without pressure and stress. good plan. soup and salad and side of steamed broccoli.

Active Sitting
Take a seat on a stability ball when you eat, watch TV or work at your desk. This type of “active sitting” engages more muscles—especially those in your core—than when you’re slumped in a chair and resting.

Work Out a Stability Ball
Almost any exercise that you sit down to perform can also be done on a stability ball. The slightly unstable surface causes your muscles to fire differently and works them from new angles. Your core muscles benefit, too. Plus, it’s more fun than a regular bench.