5/17/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Monday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 18. May 2013 05:14

You don’t always have to go to the gym or an aerobics class to get exercise during your day.  When your standing in the kitchen or brushing your teeth, do leg or butt lifts, or inner thigh lifts by sweeping your foot to the opposing side in front of your body,  with your core engaged.

You can also do arm or leg stretches.  You will find yourself rejuvenated because stretching or simple exercises, engages your core and your muscles, and helps to circulate your blood to those muscles, and also to your brain. 

Every little bit helps.


Elliptical- 15 min, 1.2 miles 

Strength Train Gym- Legs

Pilaties, reformer

Leg press- 143 lb

Leg extention- 50lb

Leg curl- 50 lb

Lunges (30 strides)

Rear kick- 35 lb

Smith machine-split squat- 20 lb

Monday 5/18/10-  Food Diary:


 1/2 peach, 1/4 cup yogurt, non fat vanilla, 1/4 cup protein shake mix(111 cal)

 A.M. Snack-

2 oz Lox(80 cal)

Whole wheat toast(70 cal)

Protein shake ( 151 cal)


 salad- 2 cups organic romaine, tomatoes,carrots, 2 oz fat free feta (63 cal)

non fat frozen yogurt( 110 cal)

P.M. Snack-

2 small apples (67 cal)

4 oz turkey slices (180 cal)


5 oz strip steak (388 cal)

1/2 cup green beans(25 cal)

1 cup spagetti squash with tomato, onion, capers ( 35 cal)


1 greek yogurt, sprinkle of high fiber, low sugar cereal (100 cal)






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