ALL ABOUT THAT DIET | Blog #3
By Mary Sheckler
“Because you know I’m all about that diet
‘Bout that diet, no pizza I’m all about that diet
‘Bout that diet, no sugar
I’m all about that diet ‘Bout that diet, no cheating
I’m all about that diet ‘Bout that diet… diet… diet… “
This week we kept my nutrition plan exactly the same, which means I was eating the same thing EVERY SINGLE DAY for the last two weeks. I pretty much have it memorized by now. The only choice I really have is what green vegetable I want to have each day.
THREE STRAIGHT DAYS OF BROCCOLI TWICE A DAY
I was starting to get bored so I talked to my nutrition coach. He said I could add orange, red and green peppers. I was so excited I have been eating them like apples. I am really bad at making decisions so knowing what I plan to eat for the day is kind of nice in my world.
THE BEST AND WORST
The worst part of this diet plan is my pre-workout meal. I have to get up at 4:45am to eat so I can train at 6:00am without puking and this girl doesn’t like to get up that early. However, this is my favorite meal…100 grams of berries in oatmeal AND almond butter! I have had to move some of my morning workouts around a bit to take the time for that meal to settle before hitting the gym.
GREENS GREENS GREENS
Sundays are my food prep days. I grill two bags of chicken and eat 2 1/2 containers of cottage cheese a week and then there are greens, greens and more greens. Mentally have to prepare to be around food (and drinks) I love to eat. In the last week, I made pizza and some of my favorite snacks to test myself. I didn’t cheat. But honestly, the worst part of all of this is piles of dishes. I just keep asking myself if all these dishes really are worth it!?
MY COACH AND MY PLAN
I have been asked several questions about my diet plan and my coach. My coach went to school for Kinesiology and is the General Manager of our five supplement stores; Suppz.com. He knows about every product Hersuppz.com sells and what works best for each person based on goals. He personally wrote my specific diet plan for me. If you were to get a diet plan created for yourself it could run anywhere between $50-$400 per month depending on how specific and how much “coaching” you require.
SHARING AND WASHING DISHES
The first step in making a diet plan is sharing your goals, your dislike of certain food (like onions & tuna), and what you normally eat and drink throughout your day.
Why does cooking take like six hours and eating like three seconds and washing dishes like seven days and seven nights? Nothing worth it comes easy in life, in the gym or in the kitchen. I guess you could say…I am not really all about this diet. However, I am all about getting abs!
#findyourstrength #findmyabs #2morepoundsgone
DIET PLAN WEEK 2 (same as Week 1)
Pre Workout Meal – 1/2 cup oatmeal with a 1 scoop Dymatize ISO-100 and 1 TBSP almond butter, 100 grams berries, 4 Finaflex ALC/CLA, 1 Prime Nutrition’s Yohimbine, 1 serving high quality fish oil Workout – Sip aminos throughout
Meal 1 – 1 egg + 4 egg whites, 1/2 cup oatmeal, Coffee + 1 TBSP MCT oil
Meal 4 – (supper with family) 4oz chicken or turkey (use spices and baking this week to keep kids happy and eating this), 1 cup green veggies
Meal 5 – 1 cup cottage cheese, 1 serving daily multi-vitamin + 1 serving fish oil
*30 min after last meal take 1 serving MAN Sports REM PM
Drinks – Coffee, Water, Amino Energy, Metabolic Nutrition’s Tri-Pep throughout day
Snacks – Can eat as many green veggies as wanted for hunger
WORKOUT PLAN WEEK 2
Sunday – Rest Day
Monday – INSTRUCTED – On the Ball Class
Tuesday – LIFT – Upper Body Workout
Wednesday – Interval Training on Treadmill (30 Mins)
Thursday – INSTRUCTED – On the Ball Class + 3.5 mile outdoor run
Friday – LIFT – Leg Day Workout
Saturday – INSTRUCTED – On the Ball Class
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