RCR W4D3: Today’s Epiphany

I realized today that since my first Body-for-Life challenge in 2004, I probably take more bikini photos of myself in one year month than most women take in their entire lives.

Should I be concerned?

1. 3 egg whites, 1/4 c. mashed cauliflower, 60g oats and raisins
2. 3 oz. eye of round steak, 1 c. green beans and spinach, 1/2 c. natural apple sauce
3. 15g walnuts, 20g raisins, 1/2 c. five flavor eggplant
4. 2 boiled eggs, 1 peach
5. 4 oz. Hi Fi fish sticks, 1 c. green beans, 1/2 brown rice
6. Green smoothie (pre- and post-workout): 1/2 banana, 1 c. light soy milk, 1 handful raw spinach, 3/4 scoop protein powder, 3 ice cubes, 1/4 c. cranberries, 1 peach

* RCR Circuit A2 (60 min)
* SS Cardio – Elliptical @ Lvl 7 (30 min)

3 thoughts on “RCR W4D3: Today’s Epiphany

  1. Hello Maggie,

    I just stumbled onto your writings here. Your fitness posts are very inspirational and informative. This is a dumb question, but what is ‘RCR?’

    Also, how in the heck do you do all this in WordPress?

    — C

  2. Chris – Thanks for visiting! RCR stands for Red Carpet Ready–it’s a 6 week workout program designed by Valerie Waters, the Hollywood trainer responsible for the physiques of Jennifer Garner, Jessica Biel, and Poppy Montgomery among others.

    I use a combination of WordPress, Gallery 2, a modified theme, and a few widgets from third-party sources like Blogcatalog and Google to make my site.

  3. No need for concern. There’s nothing like visuals to keep a good thing going. You’re in great shape!

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