I’ve been busy this past week. Unfortunately not busy doing any planks. But I’ve still stayed active. Upped the water workouts to 4x last week. But, because i didn’t focus like The Rock on my core, well, i feel like i didn’t make much progress from last week (this must change). So i figured in my awkward photo op I’d get a candid shot of me and my favorite psycho home workout buddy, Sunday (short for Bloody/Black Sunday. She drew blood a lot as a kitten).
And since our ever indecisive weather can’t make up its mind, Josh and I took the opportunity to hit the slopes for a double day spring snowboard adventure. It was very windy. I rein-acted Titanic – Scene: “Jack I’m flying” many times over. it’s nice not to work hard, until you fall and then its a hard landing to take.
I haven’t really talked about my diet much yet, so here’s a couple of breakfasts i really enjoy (and just so you know, i totally have an inner fat kid, and love food! especially chocolate my vice, i mean my vice)
Omelet and Potatoes.
Now some people avoid fats. I, and my inner fat kid, love fats. Let me specify, Saturated Fats, not Trans. So screw just egg whites for starters, blech! I use 4 eggs in my omelet, cooked over a thin layer of bacon grease from the bacon chunks i just cooked, and i also saute my onions and spinach in a little bit of said bacon fat. Yes, there is American influence in my cooking. And just to make sure there’s some good kick, Jalapeno Cheese melted in! Then i steam/fry the potatoes in some more bacon grease (there is a cup that sits in ready mode for all cooking cravings), and then season with sea salt and pepper to taste. obviously you can avoid the bacon fat in this if you want. you can use butter (yum!) or coconut oil.
The” Im not so sure that sounds good” breakfast.
i use the larger spoon, equivalent to a TBSP, in my cutlery drawer. 3 “TBSP” of Flax, 2 “TBSP” of Hemp Hearts, 3/4ish a scoop of none flavored whey protein powder (you can do a regular full scoop if the measuring cup isn’t gigantic) slice up a half of banana, and then cover with enough coconut milk till consistency is where you would like it. i don’t recommend to runny. otherwise blech. This may sound gross, but is delicious and surprisingly sweet, no sugar added. It makes a great breakfast cereal replacement.