11/26/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 27. November 2014 05:50

One of my most favorite bottom exercises is single-leg squats.The best way to keep your bottom appearing raised and rounded is to work the gluteus maximums, the gluteus medias, and the gluteus minimums (smallest nd deepest).The single-leg squats, as well as walking lunges (use a weight barfor more challenge), are also effective exercises.

It is really important to track your bent knee placement when doing these exercises.You don’t want to allow your knee to flare out or get out in front of your foot.You can cause stress or damage to your knee that way.If you feel any pain, then stop.If need be, contact your physician.

As we get older, gravity impacts our shape so we have to work actively against that southerly pull and fight to keep it perky!

Saturday 11/26/11-Workout Diary:

Biking- 11.28 miles, 60 minutes- One of the last days of warm weather

Saturday 11/26/11-Food Diary:


1 cup egg whites (120 cal)

1 cup organic spinach, 3 asparagus, 1/2 cup brocolli slaw, mixed in with egg whites  (25)

2 pieces Ezekial toast, 1 tbls organic almond butter (230 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1 portion whey protein shake, 1/3 cup pasturized egg whites (151 cal)

Lunch -

1 whole wheat pita, 2 tbls hummus, 3 slices turkey breast, spinach leaves, sweet yellow peppers, cranberry relish I made with Agave Nectar, balsamic glaze (325 cal)

apple (57cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 sweet potato, cinnamon, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter spray  (120 cal)

Dinner- restaurant: approx. calories

spinach salad, dressing on the side, lite blue cheese( 180 cal)

4.5 oz. pork chop medallions, apricot /goat cheese stuffed (380 cal)

3/4 cup brocolli, steamed with lemon (asked for this preperation) (50 cal)

1 glass red wine (100 cal)






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