Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Day 45


Morning workout - 7:30am
Cardio - spin bike - 45mins

Breakfast - 9:30am
1 boiled egg
1/2 cup cooked rolled oatmeal w/ wheatberries and PB
1 cup strawberries
1/2 toasted honey wheat bagel

Snack - pre workout - 11:30am
1/2 toasted honey wheat bagel w/ PB

Midday workout - 12:00pm - consume protein shake after working out (I purchased a shaker bottle to use to just shake up my protein powder and water - was getting too lazy to blend it in the bullet)
Legs

Lunch - 2:30pm
Baked cod and small piece of steak w/ sauteed french green beans and mushrooms.
1 cup strawberries

Snack - 4:00pm
1/2 medium orange
Afternoon protein mush (I was hungry as usual so I poured some Kashi Go Lean (the one with the fiber twigs in it) high protein cereal into a bowl with some water and microwaved it. It turned into mush and smelled like cardboard..yum...then I stirred it a bit and topped with more kashi cereal, almonds, blackberry and PB. It was filling and actually not THAT bad.)

Dinner - 7:00pm - Sam Woo
Sauteed shrimp and broccoli
1 bowl of wor wonton soup - did not drink the broth
1/2 cup young chow fried rice

Snack - 9:00pm
Small serving of che
2 medium strawberries

Note: I feel back on track today. I cooked alot of baked cod last night so I will be eating that for the next couple of days (yum). Last night I had che cravings and ended up buying 3 small containers of che from Banh Mi Che Cali. I found out that they are open 24 hours. That is just great and wonderful. While I was standing in line waiting for service from the che lady, the smell of the french bread/banh mi made me wanted to fall over. It smelled so good! I really miss breads in large quantity. I remember I use to eat breads, pasta, rice and noodles by the boat load at any one sitting. People were afraid to eat with me because if they weren't careful, they would lose a limb.

1 comment:

Nobel4Lit said...

Coincidence! I ate there yesterday for dinner because I was about to pass out from all hecticness. I shared a vegetable ham sandwich with A-Guest. The ham tasted very real.

When I first took a bite, I was like, "OMG... what is that delicious sauce?" There was none. Forgot that this place just has really buttery tasting bread.