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Mind Over Matter: Using INSANITY / P90X for Tough Mudder and Warrior Dash!
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3/23/11 2:14 PM
Hey everyone. My name's Kim and I've been a part of the Beachbody family now for over three years. Since 07 Jan 08, to be exact.

Let me tell you a little about me and why I'm here:

I've come a long way in three years physically, mentally and spiritually. But one of the things I know is that your goals are never completely accomplished. As you get stronger, faster and better, your goals get tougher and it takes you getting a notch above what you did before to get there.

I've learned that over the past few years. I've lost 32 lbs using P90X, INSANITY and tightening up my nutrition. I feel better than I ever have, but I'm still not satisfied.

Besides my folks, I have two major inspirations in my life: Mike and Tami French. We met here on the boards the very first day I started P90X, and we've been friends ever since. They both push me to keep going not by telling me to do it, but by showing me. There's a big difference between 'saying' and 'doing'. Real leaders DO.

Because I have been able to watch them reach higher, run faster, get stronger and become better, I've caught the bug and am doing the same for myself this year. Hey, it's not April yet, so technically I'm still in the first quarter and besides, it's never too late!

So let's get to the good stuff. Here's my goals, and I'm sharing them with you because I've found that publicizing your goals keeps you accountable to them, whether the outcome is what you hoped for or not:

1.) Complete the Tough Mudder race in NorCal, 17 September 2011.
Why? Because I want this to be the hardest thing I've ever done, and I want to have fun training for it and doing it. I want to overcome mental obstacles. I WILL.

2.) Complete the Warrior Dash in Hollister, CA in October 2011.
Really, I just want the turkey leg and viking helmet at the end. Seriously though, I love the idea of dealing with obstacles while you run. The path of least resistance is the quickest, but you learn the most about yourself when you have to overcome challenges. Dang, I'm putting that down on paper somewhere.

3.) Complete two rounds of INSANITY before EOY 2011.
People ask me why, and my reason is that it's the toughest workout ever put out there. It makes everything pale in comparison. Plus, it's convenient: when I travel, I only need my discs (and hopefully a room on the ground floor!).

4.) Complete one month of ASYLUM.
Why? Because I am a glutton for punishment.

5.) Complete training with the least amount of injuries possible.
I stole this goal from Mike because I think it's super important. I don't believe that you have to beat yourself up to become better. We all have limitations, why not respect them but work to move past them inch by inch?

So there you have it, everyone. My goals for the year. Call me crazy, but... nope, just call me crazy.

I hope you'll check back often (in case I need resuscitation) because I'm going to use this thread to post my training plan, photos and results as the year goes on. I'm excited to share this with everyone and if I can inspire someone out there to do something they are scared to do, I'm honored.

Cheers,
Kim
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Phase 1 Training
3/23/11 3:56 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Okay, gang. My first challege is the Tough Mudder in Squaw Valley on 17 September. I'm putting myself on a 6-month training plan because I believe the more training I can get in, the better. But more importantly, I'll be able to taper my training to get some much-needed rest before I hit the mud face-first!

My official start date for training will be on 26 March 2011.

Here's what the first month will look like. If you're curious as to what the Tough Mudder training prep looks like, please shoot me a message. It's a 16-minute circuit working everything from head to toe.

Day 1: Tough Mudder Circuit (a.m.) / INSANITY Max Interval Circuit (p.m.)
Day 2: INSANITY Max Interval Plyo
Day 3: Tough Mudder Circuit (a.m.) / INSANITY Max Cardio Conditioning(p.m.)
Day 4: INSANITY Max Recovery
Day 5: Tough Mudder Circuit (a.m.) / INSANITY Max Interval Circuit(p.m.)
Day 6: INSANITY Max Interval Plyo
Day 7: Rest

You might notice that there's no running on here. I will be running, but won't incorporate 'offically' into my regime until Phase 2. I average about 10-12k a week right now.
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T-Minus 2 Days!
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3/24/11 7:07 AM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Good Morning, Everyone--

Just a few days now until the official start of my training! I am getting very excited about it. I've never committed to pushing my body so hard and I know that I'm going to test my limits- but isn't that what it's all about?

I'll also be posting my nutrition here on this thread because nutrition, to me, is about 40-50% of your success in fitness. If I don't fuel my body right, I pay for it in spades.

For the record, I'm 31 and a 5'2" female. Current weight is 127 lbs and my BF % hovers between 12-16%, though I'm more comfortable around 15%.

I hope that my journey, as ugly as it's going to get at times, inspires you to take the bull by the horns and do something this year that tests your fitness- mental, spiritual and physical. You'll do better than you think!

Cheers,
Kim
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Tomorrow it starts!
3/25/11 3:32 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey Everyone,

Here we are, less than 24 hours from my official start of my Tough Mudder training. I picked up some goods today to help me on my journey, and I'll take a few pics of them later and show them to you all.

First up- I'm holding a fit club up in Avila Beach, rain or shine. Nothing is more primal to me than working out in Mother Nature's elements! Then breakfast, some grocery shopping for fresh fruits and veggies, and then workout #2 (INSANITY).

Call me crazy... but I'm super excited about this. I will look back at 2011 and be thankful that I jumped!

See you all tomorrow for the start... God bless and train safe!

Cheers,
Kim
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Picked up my vest today!
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3/25/11 6:23 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
After a few days of perusing the web in search of a good weighted vest, I finally found one at my local Walmart, of all places!

It's 20 lbs and for now, it will do. I might possibly up the weights to 40 lbs but it might not be necessary.

Tightening it all up...

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Figured it out! 20 lbs feels pretty good right, but it won't on a run!

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The weights are actually little bags of sand...

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Back shot

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I love it- feels primal emoticon Looking forward to running with this on the beach tomorrow morning!

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Tough Mudder Training, Day 1
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3/26/11 7:36 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey friends,

Today was Day 1 of my Tough Mudder training, and it didn't disappoint!

First, I had a Fit Club in Avila Beach with a few new friends. Breakfast was at a restaurant called Custom House and it was amazing- a veggie frittata with BACON. Bacon makes everything better emoticon

Here's a shot from my short run on the beach this morning. It was cold, but I will train in any weather!

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Workout #2 was the actual Tough Mudder Circuit. There are about 18 moves and last a minute each, except for the sprints (which I will do on different days). The circuits were awesome. The trick, like any circuit, is to do the moves with max intensity and very little breaks. I completed the circuit in about 23 minutes since I wasn't 100% used to the moves, but will cut that time down as the weeks go on.

Here's a shot of me doing squats with my 27lb KB and my 20lb weighted vest. 60 seconds is about all I could hang onto!

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After the circuit, I went into my third workout of the day: INSANITY Max Interval Circuit. My legs were toast, my shoulders buring. I took more breaks than I normally do, which tells me that I need to tweak my nurtition a bit. Here's a shot of my dri-fit shirt after my workouts. It was light grey when I started!

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Finally, my nutrition for the night to refuel- a healthy delivery from my friend Brian at Cafe Runner (pot roast and veggies)

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Tomorrow is another day, and I look forward to it. Push yourself, folks. Do SOMETHING that makes you physically uncomfortable; get out of your comfort zones and GET BETTER. You CAN do it!!
God bless and train safe,
Kim
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RE: Tough Mudder Training, Day 1
3/26/11 8:37 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Just wanted to let you know that everyday you post I'm going to push myself with you..I'm not quiete sticking to your plan 100% but I'm gonna try. I have a couple of crazy runs coming soon and I can use this training! Thanks Bud! Oh, I'm on night 12 hour night shifts right now so I had to do my p90x at work ;) shhhhh!
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RE: Tough Mudder Training, Day 1
3/26/11 8:56 PM as a reply to Txtee.
txtee:
Just wanted to let you know that everyday you post I'm going to push myself with you..I'm not quiete sticking to your plan 100% but I'm gonna try. I have a couple of crazy runs coming soon and I can use this training! Thanks Bud! Oh, I'm on night 12 hour night shifts right now so I had to do my p90x at work ;) shhhhh!


Hey Tee!!

My friend, you are more than welcome to join me on my journey! Nights are tough, 12s are even tougher- you have my admiration for sticking to a program like the X while doing a crazy schedule like that.

Knowing that you're out there somewhere pushing yourself will make me work that much harder- so thank you emoticon

Kim
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Day 2: Time to Tweak My Nutrition!
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3/27/11 5:46 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
I knew it would happen, I just didn't think it would be this quick! Maybe it's a sign that my body is metabolizing quicker or that I'm pushing my workouts harder, but I need to tweak my nutrition.

The last time I felt this spent halfway through a workout, I increased my healthy carbs and all was good-to-go. I'll be upping my intake of fruits and veggies since I don't eat breads, grains or cereals. Hoping that in a day or two, I'll feel up to speed because training for Tough Mudder isn't going to get any easier!

Today's workout was INSANITY Max Interval Plyo, and it was a butt kicker. My legs felt like someone poured lead into them, but I dug as deep as I could anyway. I love plyo moves because they increase speed and power, but damn are they tough to do in circuit training!

Here's a shot during one of my favorite moves, Squat Pushups:
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I just downed my Recovery Drink and looking forward to refueling my body with some Primal eats. Tomorrow morning is my second go at the Tough Mudder Circuit, and I look forward to jump startng my day off with a good circuit workout!

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Tough Mudder Training, Day 3 / INSANITY, Day 38
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3/28/11 7:29 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

Well, another day in the books!

Yesterday I felt like I was crashing but a bump in my carbs helped out tonight. Plenty of energy in my legs, although Shaun T still wiped the floor with me.

This morning at 0500, I woke up at did the Tough Mudder Circuit. A jolt to my system, and it was awesome! My energy was high throughout the day, so this might be something that I continue to do even after the Mudder is over in September. A 15-20 minute circuit first thing in the morning is awesome.

Tonight's workout was INSANITY Max Cardio Conditioning. Cardio is my weakness, although it's not as weak as it used to be thanks to Shaun and crew!

Here's a shot of Oblique Push Ups:

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Every fiber of my body was aching during this workout, but the high I felt when it was over far outweighed any sensation of pain that I felt while Shaun was wiping the floor with me!

That's the thing about INSANITY. It's like climbing your personal Everest with each workout. You dig a little deeper and crank out another rep, or hang with the cardio 10-15 seconds longer than you thought you could, and before you know it you're outpacing some of the crew on the screen!

My nutrition today was enough to get me through my workouts, but I'll still experiment through the next few days to get the numbers right. Bottom line, the bump in carbs did wonders and I feel better than I have in a few days.

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Tough Mudder Training, Day 5
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3/30/11 2:31 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

Yesterday was sort of a 'rest' day for me. 5k and pushups / situps with my squadron for PT, which felt pretty good! Loved runnin' in the mud!

I started this morning with my third round of Tough Mudder Circuits. Don't ask me why, but I decided to do the circuits wearing my weighted vest! I suppose just to see if I could! Happy to report that it was tough, but I made it, and it felt great! 20 minutes of pushing through. Here's some shots from this morning:

Pull-ups with my weighted vest. I did 5 before time ran out. I WILL make it to 10 before the end of this phase of training:

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Floor Sprints, a la Shaun T:

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This was the granddaddy today. Decline pushups in my vest:

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Lunge & Twists, using my 27lb kettlebell. TORCHES the core!

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Bottom of TM Pushups:
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Weighted lunges. 20 lbs on my back, 30 lbs in my hands:

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Top of TM Back Flys:

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I followed up TM Circuits with an hour of INSANITY Max Intervals. The last time I did this particular workout (Saturday), my legs felt like blocks of wood. Today, I felt awesome. Tired, but awesome! Just goes to show how important nutrition is to your success!

Speaking of, here's what I had for breakfast. This is a healthy alternative to oatmeal, since I am gluten intolerant. It's mashed nuts with banana, cinammon, nutmeg and fresh strawberries. FULL of healthy fats, delicious and extremely filling!

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For dinner tonight I'm making Primal Shepard's Pie. I'll take a pic and post it here emoticon

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Day 6: Heat!!
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3/31/11 8:20 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

Today was tough- not because I was tired, or didn't want to give 100%, but because it was about 105 degrees here today and because we live near the coast where it doesn't get hot most of the year, our houses are not equipped with AC.

My head was pounding about 20 minutes into my workout, and I'd drank close to a half gallon of water today throughout the day. I was also pretty meticulous about my nutrition, so to feel my body sucked of energy midway through my workout was discouraging.

BUT- I still dug deep and cranked out an hour with Shaun and crew. Plyo is no easy feat when you're feeling 100%, and it's even TOUGHER when you're not!

I just drank my Recovery Drink and am now re-hydrating. Starting to feel human again emoticon

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Day 8: Long, Lean, Strong
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4/2/11 7:15 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang!

Yesterday was a rest day for me, although an incredibly busy one! I was back in the saddle this morning at 0400 with my Tough Mudder Circuit, followed by INSANITY Fast & Furious. I felt awesome! Leaner, stronger, and tighter.

I'm finding that the mornings I do circuits before work, my energy level is constant and sustained throughout the day. Better than coffee, I'm tellin' you!

Here's a shot from TM Pushups. I LOVE these!

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and another shot from Decline Pushups:

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Now I'm capping it off with Primal Crepes and bacon- delicious and every bit good for you!

Feeling awesome all day is addictive- you all should try it ;-)

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Day 10: A Lesson in Rest!
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4/4/11 5:53 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

I'm a big proponent of rest. Not only because your body rebuilds and repairs when you let it, but also becuase it's good for the mind.

There are times when you're tired, and other times when you are tired. Today, I am the latter, and it usually happens once each month because I am required to work a 12-day stretch, which wears on my mind and body.

At times like that, the best thing is to rest. Your body sends you signals that you need to recuperate, such as your quality of sleep suffering, or feeling extremely tired throughout the day even if you get a full night's rest.

So that's what I'm doing tonight, gang. I'm having an awesome dinner and resting for the rest of the night. Tomorrow morning at 0400, I'm going to cash in my rest with a butt-kickin' workout- INSANITY emoticon

Before I go, here's what I made for dinner the other night. Coconut flour crepes with cinnamon apple preserves and bacon:

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Tonight, I had pot roast and veggies. For dessert, something even more primal: strawberries, blueberries, macadamia nuts and some marscapone:


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Eating healthy never tasted so good emoticon

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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Day 12: Keeping My Goals in Mind
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4/6/11 7:04 AM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

When I started my training for the Tough Mudder event, I knew it was going to be a huge learning experience for me. During the first week, I had to tweak my nutrition to compensate for the larger amounts of burned energy. I also had to re-adjust my sleep schedule and make new time for an additional workout three times a week.

One of my goals when I started this was to do this with the least amount of injury possible. I want to change that goal. I want to complete this with no injury to my body. What good is training for an extreme event if you beat yourself to a pulp?

Take yesterday, for instance. I've had back issues for years, but yesterday I woke up to a new kind of hurt. I warmed up, stretched out my back as best as I could, and completed my INSANITY workout. Yesterday afternoon, I did PT with my squadron and took it easy, mostly.

Should I have rested? Probably. Just like I have to get my mind to match my body and push through workouts, I need to get my mind wrapped around the fact that I will need to take it down a notch sometimes.

I felt a bit better this morning, so at 0415 I woke up and completed my Tough Mudder Circuit followed by INSANITY Max Cardio Conditioning. There were a few moves I had to modify and one I skipped all together, but a day or two from now I'll be at 100% again!

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing: take care of your body. Rest when you need to, dig deep and push through during those times where you KNOW you can do it.

God bless and train safe,
Kim
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RE: Day 12: Keeping My Goals in Mind
4/6/11 10:51 AM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey Kim!! I didn't know you started a thread on the TBB message boards! Glad I clicked on the link!!
I just got the Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meal cookbook and I'm trying the BLTA Chicken Breast Sandwich tonight for dinner. If I like it, and I think I will, I'll have one for lunch tomorrow.
The alternate oatmeal, Primal Hot Cereal, looks good and I thought of having that this morning but go busy getting off to work. How does it taste?

I just bookmarked this page and am following you on Twitter now, too! Keep crushing the training for the Tough Mudder!!
See you somewhere soon!! emoticon
David
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RE: Day 12: Keeping My Goals in Mind
4/6/11 7:06 PM as a reply to masterrower.
masterrower:
Hey Kim!! I didn't know you started a thread on the TBB message boards! Glad I clicked on the link!!
I just got the Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meal cookbook and I'm trying the BLTA Chicken Breast Sandwich tonight for dinner. If I like it, and I think I will, I'll have one for lunch tomorrow.
The alternate oatmeal, Primal Hot Cereal, looks good and I thought of having that this morning but go busy getting off to work. How does it taste?

I just bookmarked this page and am following you on Twitter now, too! Keep crushing the training for the Tough Mudder!!
See you somewhere soon!! emoticon
David


Hey David! Thanks so much for stopping by!

The Primal Hot Cereal is awesome! Very filling, so you don't need a heck of a lot. I made mine with banana, a bit of cinammon and nutmeg, and instead of almond or coconut milk I used a splash of heavy cream. Oh- almost forgot- topped with a handful of blueberries emoticon

Let me know how you like that sandwich! I was just checking that out this evening and making my grocery list!
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Day 13: End of Week 2 Thoughts
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4/7/11 8:49 AM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
Hey gang,

Tomorrow is a rest day for me and the official end of Week 2 for my Tough Mudder / Warrior Dash / INSANITY training, so I wanted to talk about some of the changes I've made this week and how I've been feeling because of it. I tweaked some things with my workout schedule, my rest and my nutrition.

Workout Schedule

I used to workout in the evening after I came home from work or school. I'd literally walk in the door, put my stuff down, change in to my gym clothes and hit play. However, my schedule as of late has been super crunched and it was important to me to make sure that my workouts didn't suffer because of it.

Originally, I'd planned to do my Tough Mudder 20-minute circuit in the morning before work and my INSANITY workout at night after work. So late last week, I started getting up at 0400 to do my circuit and it felt awesome. My energy was up through the day, my appetite was nothing short of constant, and it was the perfect jolt to my system that I needed first thing in the morning.

I felt so great that I decided to throw in my main INSANITY workout in the morning as well. It seemed like the appropriate shift in my schedule and allowed me to get my workout done before the start to another hectic day.

Nutrition

My nutrition this week has been a bit spotty. Part of that is because my metabolism is up and I'm constantly HUNGRY! I've been eating A LOT, and I think far too many calories and carbs for what I really need.

On that same line, however, I'm a naturalist when it comes to food and hunger. I feel that if you are hungry, EAT! If you're not, DON'T! Just be sure to keep your eating clean and that your fats, carbs and proteins come from good sources.

I need to tighten this up and have a little more refinement on the part of my nutrition. Tweaking it is something that I'm very used to doing (going from P90X to INSANITY, for instance), so I will dial into it for sure.


Rest

Two things I value highly are food and sleep! emoticon

I am required to work 12-days straight every month which takes a huge toll on my body and my mind. On Monday night, my body was telling me to rest, but my mind told me to get on with training. I ended up having one of the worst workouts I've had in a long time. I took the next day off, relaxed and got some rest. Wednesday I came back rearin' to go!

My rest over the past week has been deep and refreshing. While it was a little difficult to roll out of bed this morning at 0400, my energy at this moment is still up and charged. I feel good, and it's because I'm getting enough hours of sleep for my body.

I usually get about 8-9 hours of sleep each night, sometimes more on the weekends. I cat-nap, too. Just like with food, I believe that when you're tired, SLEEP! Draggin' butt is your body's way of telling you that you're not getting enough recuperative rest and you need to listen to it.

Rest helps prevent injury, repairs your body, keeps your vital systems working properly, and keeps your mind alert and charged.

I don't believe in pigeon-holing people into a one-size-fits-all mentality with regards to sleep or food. You have to find what works for YOU and go with it.


Wrap-Up Thoughts on the Week

It started out rough, but ended up great! My schedule is working out better, my rest is deep and in the right amount, and my nutrition is slowly coming on target for this level of training. It's working emoticon I feel lean, strong, and my endurance is up! I'm ready to head into Week 3, but first I'll be enjoying my day off tomorrow- you can count on that!
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RE: Day 12: Keeping My Goals in Mind
4/7/11 3:29 PM as a reply to sgtkilljoy.
kimmcauliffe:


Hey David! Thanks so much for stopping by!

The Primal Hot Cereal is awesome! Very filling, so you don't need a heck of a lot. I made mine with banana, a bit of cinammon and nutmeg, and instead of almond or coconut milk I used a splash of heavy cream. Oh- almost forgot- topped with a handful of blueberries emoticon

Let me know how you like that sandwich! I was just checking that out this evening and making my grocery list!


Hi Kim~ The BLTA Chicken Breast sandwich was awesome! I had 2 breasts in a package so I made both and brought one for lunch today. The one thing I have noticed about all the PB foods I have tried so far is that they are all very filling (and tasty, too!) The sandwich was so filling I did not even eat breakfast this morning because I still felt satiated. I would not bring it for lunch again because it is kind of messy to pick up and eat. OK at home but kind of a nuisance in the office.
I downloaded the reader generated recipes on the PB website and saw the Shepherds Pie you mentioned. Let me know how that was.
Stay strong! Later, ~David
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RE: Day 12: Keeping My Goals in Mind
4/8/11 6:55 AM as a reply to masterrower.
masterrower:
Hi Kim~ The BLTA Chicken Breast sandwich was awesome! I had 2 breasts in a package so I made both and brought one for lunch today. The one thing I have noticed about all the PB foods I have tried so far is that they are all very filling (and tasty, too!) The sandwich was so filling I did not even eat breakfast this morning because I still felt satiated. I would not bring it for lunch again because it is kind of messy to pick up and eat. OK at home but kind of a nuisance in the office.
I downloaded the reader generated recipes on the PB website and saw the Shepherds Pie you mentioned. Let me know how that was.
Stay strong! Later, ~David


Hey David!

Awesome- I'm going to have to check out that sandwhich!!

The Shepherd's Pie is AWESOME! I usually make it once a week and it's perfect for a chilly day! Very filling, like you said about most Primal foods. I add a little cream to the mashed cauliflower for texture, and my seasoning is a little different, but I keep it Primal and now it's one of my favorite comfort foods! I don't even miss real potatoes emoticon

This weekend I'm making a few dishes from Mark's new cookbook (the Quick and Easy Meals). Got my grocery list ready to go and will be picking up everything tonight!

Have a great day, David!

Kim
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