11/19/12- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 22. November 2012 10:44

If you are new to working out there are a few things you should do to make sure your ready to begin safely.

1.  Get a check-up at your internist/general practitioner.  They can best access if your heart is healthy, your blood pressure is good, and your ready to begin.  If you get the ok, move onto #2.

2. Get new supportive athletic shoes.  Go to a reputable store with knowledgable sales people.  Explain what you think you'll be doing (running, walking, aerobics...) since there are so many kinds available.

3.  Start slowly.  Figure out your stamina by walking 1 mile.  Are you winded?  Exhausted?  Energized?  This helps you figure out how to move forward.

4.  Get advice and ideas from a professional, or a friend with experience who can help you develop a plan.

5.  Drink lots of H20.  This keeps you hydrated and helps your body metabolize nutrients efficiently.

6.  Read my blog!  I hope to give you great ideas to keep you motivated and enjoying life!

11/19- Saturday Workout :

walk on the street- 1 hour, 7.25 miles

11/19 - Saturday  Food Diary:


Whole wheat toast, 2 tbls jam (106 cal)

3/4 cup egg whites, 1/2 cup spinach, 2 tbls brocolli (100 cal)

1 apple (57 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1/3 cup non-fat cottage cheese, 1/4 non fat yogurt, 1/8 cup blueberries(103 cal)

 Lunch-  Restaurant

Salad- 2 cups romaine, 3 tbls. cranberries, 2 tbls pecans, 4 oz. chicken (310 cal.)

1 apple (67 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 small Apples (40 cal)

5 asparagus spears ( 25 cal)


2 glasses wine (200 cal)

 3 oz Mahi mahi (80 cal)

Salad- 1/2 orange pepper, 5 cherry tomato, 5 asparagus spears, 1 tbls cranberry (80 cal)


Homemade popcorn (90 cal)

1/2 cup pinapple sherbet (90 cal) 


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