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October 14, 2011 / Sarah

Eats plus a workout

Hi guys!

I figured with that last rant about nutrition that I would share with you all some of my recent eats. I’ve been doing lots of fruits/veggies for carbs along with oatmeal because my stomach seems to handle that ok. Meat/fish/greek yogurt as my protein source. Wait I left out fats, of course that would be peanut butter 😉 I also get fat from things like coconut oil, other nut butters, nuts and EVOO.

The food:

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Grass fed beef and broccoli topped with salsa! Whole foods medium salsa, obsessed.

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Apples!

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My favorite carb source: butternut squash cooked up in some real butter and cinnamon, nom

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Baby romaine/spinach mix topped with chicken breast, zucchini and previously mentioned butternut squash mix!

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Eggs, grapes and a kiwi

Because it wasn’t enough on it’s own to count as breakfast/pre-workout…

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Alongside oatmeal/ PB&CO dark chocolate dreams. Shovelin’ in the goods

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Green monsters made with almond milk, spinach, frozen or fresh nanas, muscle gauge cinnamon bun whey and ice. Yeah please try this combo

But don’t worry I also eat cupcakes that look like frogs.

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Case and point. That fella was gone in about .5 seconds

Let’s just say it’s best to listen to your body and feed it what it asks for. I haven’t been counting/weighting and I feel so much better! Our bodies will tell us what they need, we just have to listen.

Onto the workout… This was done group style

Warm up: ran 6 laps around the basketball court, suicides using the foul lines, lateral work with a few burpee’s mixed in

work it out:

6 different stations with 1-2 exercises. The stations that had two exercises, you could alternate as needed. 2 minutes at each station. 2 rounds.

*Burpee into DB snatch

*KB swings/ plie squats

*Walking lunges with DB’s

*Counter balance squats (squat holding a medicine ball in front of you, hold at bottom  position for a few seconds then repeat)/ jump squats

*Stair runs/ outer hip abduction on bench (with one foot on bench top and other on floor, squat down then stand lifting the leg/foot from the floor to about a 90 degree angle to your side)

*Lat pull down/ ball push ups

*Bicep curls on the BOSU/ wall jumps (jump up and down hitting the wall each time you are up) (I did wall walks)

*Knee to opposite elbow plank/ ball crunch (I held the ball with my hands and brought it up along with both feet, so like a v-up with the stability ball)

* Chair dips (did them weighted)/ box jumps

REPEAT.

As I said it was a group workout, I hit up a class called Amp’d up at my gym most Friday mornings and it’s basically an hour long plyo/body weight workout. There tend to be 3 people consistently but today there were 5 of us!

 

Ever been to a group plyo workout?

Favorite things to put in a green monster?

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  1. Alexandra / Oct 14 2011 4:53 pm

    Great eats, lovin all the squash action haha and that frog cupcake is the bomb! This workout looks intense too man, I’m gonna have to give that a whirl one day fo sho 🙂
    Have a great weekend!

    • Sarah / Oct 14 2011 5:58 pm

      Ah squash is amazing! Hahah thanks the cupcake was almost to adorable to eat… ALMOST 😉 You definitly should give the workout a try, let me know if you do!

      Thank you, you too!

  2. Carrie (Moves 'N Munchies) / Oct 14 2011 6:43 pm

    KAHILLER workout!!!! u go!

    • Sarah / Oct 14 2011 8:34 pm

      Love killer workouts 🙂 Thanks girl!

  3. Corrie Anne / Oct 14 2011 8:29 pm

    Group plyo sounds intense! I’ve done some of the Insanity & P90x plyo workouts and they’re pretty tough. I actually did Insanity for a while with a group and it was definitely motivational to work out with other people to get yourself to push into all those jumps!

    • Sarah / Oct 14 2011 8:35 pm

      It is intense, but really fun! I love the group workouts for that, having other people around definitly gets you to push yourself harder! How did you like insanity?!

  4. Allie / Oct 14 2011 9:11 pm

    Butternut squash is bomb ! I’m glad your listening to your body 🙂

    The cupcake looks amazing!

    • Sarah / Oct 14 2011 9:27 pm

      Oh it’s so the bomb 😉 GAAAAH the cupcake was good

  5. Katie / Oct 14 2011 9:26 pm

    Your workout looks awesome! AND I love the CUPCAKE!!!!!! Yum and so cute!

    Happy Weekend! xoxo

    • Sarah / Oct 14 2011 9:29 pm

      Lol it was kind of tragic to eat such a cute thing, guess that’s why pictures exist?!

      Thank you 🙂 You too!

  6. lindsay / Oct 15 2011 12:37 am

    aww plyo, those are good workouts. and a green cupcake is a must. Body knows best!

    • Sarah / Oct 15 2011 11:21 pm

      Such good workouts! The body sure does know best 🙂

  7. Meg (A Dash of Meg) / Oct 15 2011 1:12 am

    wow thanks for sharing your workout 😀 sounds so intense girl! p.s. lovin’ the bnut squash too 😉 so good

    • Sarah / Oct 15 2011 11:22 pm

      Crazy stuff! Oh my gosh it’s soooooo good 😉

  8. lifttorun / Oct 15 2011 3:39 am

    I have been to several group plyo workouts. There is a class at my gym with just some plyo moves. It’s better with a group I think. That’s when I get super competitive. (;

    • Sarah / Oct 15 2011 11:22 pm

      Love plyo group style, and yes super competitive… I hear you there 😉

  9. Sarah - feeedingbrainandbody / Oct 15 2011 11:16 am

    I love the frog cupcake! I’ve never done a group plyo workout before!

    • Sarah / Oct 15 2011 11:23 pm

      🙂 You should definitly check it out, such a great workout and meet new people!

  10. Erika / Oct 15 2011 8:48 pm

    oooh thank you for the dinner inspiration! butternut squash with butter and cinnamon it is!! haha.
    Everything looks so tasty though, i love apples in the fall 🙂

    • Sarah / Oct 15 2011 11:24 pm

      Haha no problem girl 😉 Mmmm apples+fall= big time must have!

  11. Katie / Oct 16 2011 10:01 pm

    Your meals look so good! I am craving some broccoli now…seriously! LOL

    • Sarah / Oct 17 2011 4:19 pm

      Gah love the broccoli, go make some 🙂

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