1/12/08 Log: Just the nitty-gritty

Lazy day today with just yoga and TT core, but the good news is that my right arm is 100% again, and I don’t have any DOMS at all in my lower body. All hail l-glutamine and proper rest!

I will do workout A in the morning.

– TT Core (15 min)
– Yoga (30 min)

M1) Light banana strawberry pancakes, 1 T. honey, 3 egg whites
M2) 8 whole wheat crackers, 1/2 oz. roasted walnuts
M3) 4 oz. grilled salmon with honey-lime glaze, 4 oz. sweet potato wedges, 2 c. garden salad, 2 T. low fat sesame ginger dressing
M4) 8 whole wheat crackers
M5) 1 whole egg, 3 egg whites, 2 dried apricots, 1 T. raisins
M6) 1 mandarin roll, 6 chili radish pieces

Est. Calories/Ratios: 1500 calories

Supplements: multivitamin, calcium 600 mg + D, vitamin C, 5g l-glutamine, 3 fish oil caps

2 thoughts on “1/12/08 Log: Just the nitty-gritty

  1. Maggie,

    What does l-glutamine do again? Should it be used as a daily supplement, or only on the heavy workout days?


  2. L-Glutamine aids in the muscle recovery process. Also, if you are a “carbo-haulic”, chances are you’re hooked on sugar. Too much sugar = stored fat, which is what you don’t want. The good news about L-Glutamine is that when you take it, your body thinks it’s sugar (but w/o the fat stroage) – therefore, when you have a sugar craving, take a serving or 2 of L-Glutamine instead. Obviously, you want to eliminate the craving for sugar all together, so try to go as long as you can before taking the glutamine. That way you will eventually only take it for muscle recovery and not for a sugar substitute. Oh, one more thing… don’t put it in coffee… only your body thinks it’s sugar not your taste buds!!

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