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Scorecard for Day 9, Saturday, May 22

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Scorecard for Day 8, 9, Saturday, May 22

1. NUTRITION GOAL emoticon - GOAL NOT MET
- 2-3 snacks a day not exceeding 300 calories in total
- had way too many snacks today - 1 chocolate chip cookie, 1 cup tea, 1/2 cup Special K Vanialla Almond cereal, 4 steamed cauliflower flowerets, 2 steamed broccoli spears, 1/2 cheddar cheese slice, 1/2 Joe Louis (snack cake). My worst choices were the cookie and the 1/2 Joe Louis.
- total calories - 354

2. FITNESS GOAL emoticon REST DAY
- strength training - 6x a week for 20m (alternate upper / lower body)


3. OTHER GOAL emoticon GOAL MET
- accomplish 1 housecleaning task daily
- yes - cleaned the stove exhaust fan (yuck!) and laundry

Day 9 was okay but not perfect. I exceeded my targeted calories for snacks but did not exceed my calories for the day. Got in some light cardio which was nice for a change but I found it exhausting as wearing shoes bothers the wound on my foot. It will be 3 weeks on Sunday and although the wound is healing, the bruising is still visible and because the top of my foot is still quite tender, I need to figure out ways to get in my cardio without wearing shoes. Any suggestions other than swimming?
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  • ZANNACHAN
    You know, you say that the day was okay but not great because you didn't meet your nutritional goal, but you got an impressive amount of snacks in for only 354 calories, most of your choices were pretty healthy (and your less healthy choices not terrible) and you made it within your over all calorie goals--which is pretty good over all. And you had planned on today being a rest day, so no need to feel guilty because you rested, and you did some yucky household work.

    I 'd say it was a pretty good day aver all!
    3838 days ago
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