Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Post workout on monday!
The quest for perfection means that you will have to make some sacrifices to get yourself there. If perfection is a 400lbs deadlift, but your current state is a 100lbs deadlift, continually trying to lift 400lbs is way beyond your means. Taking small gradual steps to get to your goal, and being honest with yourself will be the best thing for long term success.
I have been hunting for my first location and I've quickly realized that perfection isn't going to happen. I'm fairly sure that I'm going to have a 90% solution. I've decided that a 90% solution now is better than looking for something that doesn't exist. I will give everyone an update when I know more.
I want to know what your looking for in YOUR gym.
Post personal fitness priorities, and times that you would like to train. feel free to post anonymously, the more that post the more I will have to work with.
I'm looking at making different classes based on fitness ability, so there will be a crossfit test to make it into each new level. thoughts????
Monday, November 26, 2007
Many people that are successful zoners are committed to just eating ingredients. Simply having something for Carbs, Protein, and fat. This is a simple approach and will get you great result, but may leave you wanting more. Instead of going out to eat were oil,salts and many other things that you may or may not realize are being added into your food, why not either make nicer food for yourself within zone requirements. Or just step back to zone principles for the night (which is going to keep you closer to success)
With some fairly simple prep, this meal was made quickly,And as always I pre-cook my protein for the next day...
Boneless skinless chicken breast
Instructions:(makes enough to stuff aprox 4 chicken breasts
carefully fillet a pocket into aprox 4oz chicken breasts.
In a bowl Mix finely mined garlic 1 large clove. Add and entire package of precooked strained spinach. Crumble a few oz's of feta into the mixture (more if you like). add a splash of olive oil, and 2 spoons of plain yogurt (yogurt being a substitute for mayo, and because mayo is mainly oil we add the olive oil)
Mix all together and season with pepper.
the pockets for the chicken will need to be covered, or pinned together. typically they will say to wrap in bacon. I chose to use more filleted chicken to cover the holes. pin them down with water soaked toothpicks so the pocket is, for the most part sealed. Turkey bacon would also be a good option.
cook at 375 for aprox 45-60mins or until chicken is no longer pink inside.
Serve with a Large salad and have some fresh fruit for desert.