Thursday, March 7, 2013

Ripped in 30 Week 2

About 3 months ago I started Jillian Michael's Ripped in 30 DVD.  

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Yesterday, after being blindly motivated by watching The Biggest Loser, I finally advanced from Week 1 to Week 2.  I know, I know, how could it take me 3 months to move up one week? 

Excuse #1 - I only do the workout once a week, not everyday as intended

Excuse #2 - I am a new mom (I don't know how that applies here, but I use that excuse for everything.  Try it.  It works.)

Excuse #3 - Jillian Michaels scares me

Turns out that I had a good reason to be scared. This was a whole new level of pain.  Two minutes of plank jacks and mountain climbers!?!  Ouch.

I thought Week 1 was bad.  Compared to Week 2, I could do Week 1 in my sleep.   I may move up to Week 3 in November.  For me, the DVD should be named, Ripped by the Time You are 30.  Hehehe.

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Dan doing his "baby workouts" after work.  I don't know how I took that picture, usually I am right next to them, ready to catch her.  

Eats

Breakfast - cottage cheese with pears and two breakfast cookies.  I accidentally bought the fat free cottage cheese. Bleh.

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Lunch - salad with leftover chicken meatballs, Italian dressing, and an unpictured slice o' bread

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Dinner - my meal prep on Sunday didn't quite go as planned and I had a ton of veggies on hand, so I improvised and made some chicken stir fry with sriracha, chili sauce, and soy sauce mixed together with chicken, peppers, onions, broccoli and snap peas.

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So pretty. So good.

Unpictured snacks - apple, popcorn, and a bowl of cereal.  

Points Breakdown

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Joke for the day

4 comments:

  1. I LIKE TO TAKE 1 SERVING OF FAT FREE COTTAGE CHEESE AND ADD A LITTLE SKIM MILK AND 1 TEASPOON OF LEMON SUGAR FREE DRY PUDDING MIX TO IT AND MIX IT UP. IT MAKES COTTAGE CHEESE A SWEET TREAT FULL OF PROTEIN. I SOMETIMES MIX IN FRESH BLUEBERRIES TOO! GIVE IT A TRY :)

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  2. I'd love to make that stir fry! Do you have a ratio of Sriracha to chili sauce and soy sauce? It's a great way to use leftover veggies without always making a salad! Thanks~

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    1. I kind of just threw it together, but I would say about 1/2 C chili sauce, 1/2 C soy sauce, and 1 TBS of sriracha. Go with what feels right. Ha! :) FYI - the chili sauce was from Trader Joe's. It might be called "sweet chili sauce." PS - how was your surgery? How are you feeling?

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  3. Thank you! I thought I had that chili sauce, but realized it was chili garlic sauce. That might work, too, just a different flavor.

    I can't believe surgery was less than 24 hours ago! I'm doing okay. Lots of meds and getting up to walk around as much as possible. Sore. Thanks for asking!

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