Thursday, October 26, 2006

Day 8, October 25: Workout and Food Diary

Day 8 on the journey. Here is what I did and what I ate.

No workout today. I really wanted to do at least a Boot Camp. I was looking forward to testing myself with the Roll-in progressives. But I was just beat. Hopefully the day off will do me and my body some good.

I can’t comment on a workout that didn’t occur. But I will say this.

Looking back over the previous week I am pleased with my progress, although most of it is mental. I wasn’t quite sure how I would respond coming back from the injury. I didn’t know if my neck and shoulder could / would hold up. I didn’t know if I’d suffer a set back. While I have been held back somewhat, there certainly hasn’t been a set back. For example, my right arm and shoulder are extremely weak. Doing bicep curls with a 15-pound dumb bell is difficult. I still can’t put too much pressure on my shoulder and I still can’t lift anything with it but I feel confident that it’s getting better all the time.

So in one word, I’d say the first week back has been a success. Now if I could just cut out the margaritas and coronas, everything would be alright.

Food Diary
Breakfast, 6:00 AM:
3 egg whites (boiled) and 2 pieces of whole what toast.
Snack, 9:30 AM:
Power Crunch bar – chocolate.
Lunch, 12:00 PM:
Grilled chicken sandwich with lettuce (only) on whole wheat bread.
Snack, 3:00 PM:
½ organic peanut butter sandwich on whole wheat bread, 1 banana.
Dinner, 6:00 PM:
Grilled chicken fajitas on whole grain tortillas with avocado and HOT salsa.
Snack, 9:00 PM:
Just a banana.

Fluids: Throughout the day, at least 2.0 L of water, 1 diet coke and 1 cup of green tea.

That’s day eight, your thoughts????


Since I didn’t do a Boot Camp workout (or any workout really), there are no photos. But, if you look through this series, you’ll see plenty of examples my Boot Camp program.
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