1/24/08 Log: Video Games Live

143.0 this morning, which is not bad considering that this is PMS week and my M6 last night was a solid meal consisting of 4 oz. fish, 1 c. sauteed spinach, and nuts instead of a more morning-weigh-in-friendly protein shake and nuts. I’m sure it would be more psychologically rewarding to do a lighter meal for M6 and see a lower scale weight in the AM, but this IS PMS week, and I need to do as much solid food as I can while staying within my calorie limits, or I’ll just end up snarfing huge bowls of cereal at night from the carb munchies.

I should come out of PMS and TTOM solidly in the 141.x territory if I keep up my workout consistency and stay clean on food.

No workout this AM, but I will be doing a lunch break parking garage skate again today as long as it isn’t raining. Taking that l-glutamine right after my leg workout yesterday was a stroke of genius. I barely feel any residual soreness from those heavy squats and lunges yesterday, and I should be fine for skating.

Tonight will be a wash for bonus workouts, unfortunately, since I picked up some unexpected tickets for the Video Games Live concert at the Hard Rock Live at Universal Citywalk. It’s supposed to be an awesome show fusing orchestral and choral renditions of classic video game theme music, video, and live performances.

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WORKOUT
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– Inline skating (30 min)
– TT Core (15 min)

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NUTRITION
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M1) 1 c. Go Lean Crunch, 1/4 c. Fiber one, 1/2 c. light soy milk, 3 egg whites
M2) Homemade trail mix (1/2 oz. walnuts, 20 g raisins, 3 dried apricots, 1/4 c. Fiber One cereal)
M3) 4 oz. whiting filet, 1 c. veggie mix, 1/2 c. Kashi 7-grain pilaf
M4) 3 egg whites, 3 clementine oranges
M5) 4 oz. whiting filet, 1 c. veggie mix, 1 banana
M6) 3/4 scoop protein, 1/2 c. light soy milk, 1/2 oz. nuts

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

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