"Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows" James 1:17

Monday, April 5, 2010

How did Day 1 go?

Not too bad! Except I have a headache (too much sun today) and TWO essays to finish. I can't peal my eyes away from Dancing With the Stars though : ) Anyways, onto my day, my workout and my food!!

WORKOUT
I think everyone in Tampa was at the gym this morning; it's normally pretty quiet at the time of day I go. Luckily the gym is big enough for all of Tampa so I guess I shouldn't complain. Here's what I did...
Treadmill 34minutes  400calories
Elliptical 36minutes  376calories
Bike 30minutes  245calories
Dancing 30minutes  280calories
Weights-arms 60minutes  300calories
I'm still panning on doing P90 tonight, but I need to finish my essays that are due TOMORROW!!!

FOOD
I'm normally pay attention to what I eat throughout the day, but I don't normally count every calorie so this was a bit of a challenge. I hope the calories didn't sneak up on me... EEK!
Breakfast- 1/4cup cereal w/ 1/4cup 2% milk and an apple with 1tbsp peanut butter   300calories
Snacks- Fat Burner shake 392calories Popcorn 100calories
Lunch- Linguine w/cabbage 174calories
Dinner- Tilapia 1cup broccoli 1cup potatoes 496calories
1462 calories for the day!!! Yayyy for staying under my goal!!! My dinner was a little more than I wanted, but my headache was the clue that I needed some extra calories.

I worked on double pirouettes while dancing today and I must admit they are getting better. I'm a perfectionist so a sloppy double does not make me happy. They will be perfect one day and I hope that day comes within the next year, haha. Here the link to a video if some of you aren't sure what the heck I'm talking about. This dancer does them beautifully. I wish I was technically trained like her!
Pirouettes
 
Now here's my recipe for my dinner tonight : )
Preheat oven to 320 degrees. Drizzle fish with olive oil and brush Dijon mustard onto both sides. Sprinkle with basil, salt and pepper and place in a medium casserole dish. Bake for 20 minutes and then broil for 3-5. Watch to make sure it doesn't burn. Easy and delicious!

1 comment:

Jenglamgirl said...

Dang girl... KICK BUT, WAY TO GO!!! jenn