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Habits.. They're tough.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Yesterday was confusing yet productive. I wasn't sure if I had training or not so I went in 3 hours earlier than normal working hours. I didn't, so I went over to the gym (about a mile away from work) and decided to try running out again.

No PAIN! My endurance was crap, but I expected that from a week with no running. Elliptical just isn't the same! I was doing 2-1 walk run intervals instead of 2-3. I'll get back into my running rhythm, but so glad that the pain is gone. I'll try to keep running down to 3-4 times a week instead of 5-6 times. Ended with Chest and Arms routines. My chest and triceps are definitely feeling that workout today.

Before I went back to work I went to Sam's and bought a 4 pack of Lean Cuisine meals and a 6 pack of steamable vegetable bags. I effectively have lunches for the next two weeks at work. No excuses to go get Fast Food.

Fooood - banana, LeanCuisine Chicken Parm meal, tilapia and mushrooms. Those were my meals. I was so good.

Until.... Dylan was still hungry after the tilapia, so he whipped up one of my favorites - Grilled Cheese *Homer drool* I gave in. I had one with 'Seriously Sharp' cheddar and then we split a truffle gouda grilled cheese. Yea. We like fancy cheese. Isn't that a requirement of being French? [I'm 1/4 , He's 1/2].

Not a total loss. Didn't come close to calories, but I know I shouldn't be eating that type of ultra fattening stuff. I also shouldn't be eating just cause Dylan's eating. Bad habits.
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    If you can't have a good old grilled cheese once in a while, there's something wrong. I get that it is not the kind of thing we should be doing regularly, but if I had to think I would never eat one again, I don't think I could go on. (Maybe ultra dramatic, but you get my drift...)
    3115 days ago
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