I walked out of the one-hour session feeling nauseated, so dinner was a bit abbreviated, although we did eat lunch. Here's yesterday's eating:
- scrambled eggs
- tea with cream
- the usual supplements
- naked burger with swiss cheese and bacon
- cole slaw
- iced tea
- two almond shortbread cookies
- naked cuban sandwich (about half) - pork tenderloin, ham, swiss, pickles, mustard - if I hadn't been trying not to throw up, I think it would have been really tasty
- more tea with cream
- a handful of chocolate cherries, for the sugar
Of course, this leaves me with no structured fitness program, going forward, to help me meet my goal of minor body-comp adjustments and strength improvements. But you know what? I'm fairly sure I can use Mark Sisson's e-book of primal fitness stuff to achieve that, with a lot less annoyance. I will say that she had my muscles at complete exhaustion a couple of times last night, so now I know what working to failure should feel like. Was that worth $34? Probably not, but it was worth something.
Weights, walking interspersed with sprints, pushups, squats, and abs. I might even do some planks occasionally. But then I won't get up and do jumping jacks just to make sure I get my heart rate up. Urghh.