It’s Monday, which means I have officially completed my first week of The 21 Day Fix. Here are my thoughts, feelings and (more importantly) what I ate.
It’s been a while since I have posted anything fitness related, but that’s about to change. On Thursday I received my 21 Day Fix, and I’m about to to undo the wrong doing.
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It’s fall here on the North Coast (however; with the light dusting of snow this morning it’s starting to look a lot like winter) and for me that means comfort foods. I’m talking warm, heart meals that speak to your heart. The problem with those meals is that it also goes straight to your waist line. Bret Johnson’s Turkey Chili recipe takes care of that with giving you the comfort food you crave, but at under 300 calories a cup – you won’t blow your nutrition for the day.
Last night I was going through old Facebook photos with my husband. While looking at the Maui album from a vacation a few years ago I stumbled across a photo that brought on a lot of reflection – and motivation. Motivation to start up another Get Fit Challenge Group.
I have had some great success with Shaun T’s Focus T25, but I really missed lifting heavy weights. So I decided to go back to my favorite workouts: ChaLEAN Extreme. Then I decided to take it one step further by using the Turbo Fire ChaLEAN Extreme Hybrid Schedule created by my coach, Jenelle Summers.
Confession: I am obsessed with nut butters. Right now my fridge is full of natural peanut butter, PB2, Chocolate PB2, white chocolate peanut butter, cinnamon raisin peanut butter and now homemade almond butter.
You probably already know how to eat right, and when you’re at home, it’s likely that you do your best to eat healthy, that cookie or extra spoonful of ice cream notwithstanding! Even if you know how to eat right at home, it always feels like it’s nearly impossible to eat healthy when traveling or on the go. While it does require some discipline, there are some tips that can help you make smart food decisions when you’re not at home or only have a few minutes to eat before moving onto something else