Oats w/ honey and cinnamon
Banana, coffee, groyo, almond milk
Banana, grapes, almond butter
Spinach, feta, red pepper, chicken wrapped in seaweed
Fish, mushrooms sauteed in coconut oil and garlic atop a bed of spinach
Chicken, quinoa, mushroom, asparagus mix
A taste of some of the things I’ll be making this week that is different from my usual menu.
WEEK 3 — Adding Liquid Assets
1) Use protein shakes as fast on the go meals.
2) Drink at least 2 liters of water every day.
3) Keep up with previous challenges from weeks 1 & 2.
Develop your Christmas Wishlist. What will motivate you to keep going after Christmas hits? Figure out what you need to keep going: cute workout clothes, weights, DVDs, etc. Make your wishlist themed this year.
PS: Don’t go crazy on the Halloween candy 🙂
1) National Anthem — Lana Del Rey
2) Walking — Alexz Johnson
3) Push — Matchbox Twenty
4) Hunger Pains — Alexz Johnson
5) Unwell — Matchbox Twenty
6) Running With the Devil — Alexz Johnson
7) As Usual — Alexz Johnson
8) Inconveniences — Alexz Johnson
9) Dirty Water — Alexz Johnson
10) Give Me Fire — Alexz Johnson
WEEK 2 — Time to Start Sweating
1) Start a strength training program. Aim for a sweat session 6 times per week with a minimum of 5.
2) Keep up with previous challenges from the first week.
Figure out what your goal is for Christmas morning. A simple goal is an ending weight– but if you’re gaining muscle and losing fat it may not be a clear indication of your progress. I will be setting a goal BODY. My personal fitspo page is kind of what I’m going for– though I know it may take longer than 10 weeks to achieve some of those physiques I’d like to get as close as possible. If you’re a beginner stick to bodyweight workouts and avoid interval training– you can use the below workout schedule.