Wednesday, July 22, 2009

this week the plan

i know it's "humpday" but here is my weekly plan.

according to my marathon training schedule (say shed yule) i should be doing this:

monday: run 40 minutes
tuesday: cross train 40 minutes
wednesday: rest
thursday: run 40 minutes
friday: cross train 40 minutes
saturday: 3-mile run
sunday: rest

since i never listen to what i'm supposed to do (rebellious by nature?) here is my plan:

monday: 5-mile run (about 50 or so minutes), sit-ups and stretches
tuesday: 35-minute swim, 1-hour treadmill walk, sit-ups and stretches
wednesday: 35-minute swim
thursday: 5-mile run, sit-ups and stretches
friday: rest
saturday: 5- or 6-mile run, sit-ups and stretches.

yesterday i swam before work and then did the incline treadmill walk after work. i had nothing else to do! (other than cleaning, etc.) also, i need friday to be a rest day because i am going to see my fav band: depeche mode! woooooooooooopeeeeeeeeee! should be a gay ol' time as the flintstone's theme song used to say. did anyone else watch that everyday at lunch? i always did!

this morning for breakfast i made SPINACH OATS.

do not be alarmed by the following pictures:



i pushed the bloobs over in the second pic so you can truly appreciate the green. here are the ingredients:

1 cup spinach water (made by blending 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup skim milk and 3 cups of baby spinach)
1/3 cup oats
1/4 cup all bran original
1 T flaxseed
1/2 cup blueberries
1 small container fat free vanilla yogurt
1/2 t vanilla
1 T chopped walnuts
dash cinnamon
small spoonful of natural pb

it's not pretty because it's in my to-go office plastic ware, but it works. it tasted a little weird but i think my walnuts have gone bad or something. i don't even really like walnuts that much. i got them for a baking project and really should throw them down the chute. i am also having a spinach salad for lunch today. it's not easy being green!

5 comments:

Vanessa (Last Night's Leftovers) said...

Haha, love the spinach oats! Almost as appetizing in appearance as a green monster...:P

Good shed yule.

fittingbackin said...

Great plan...er... shed yule! hehe Wow - that's a lot of spinach - I only have it on pizza. EEk!

Jen said...

NO!!! I refuse to say shed yule!!! :)

Hmmmm....I am JUST considering trying a green monster...I think green oats MIGHT be taking it too far (for me!!!) - but for you, your awesome, as per usual (say youz-you-al)

P.O.M. said...

You're going to rock the race because you're so far ahead :)

I LOVED The Flintsones. I always wanted to be Betty.

Angie All The Way said...

oh my, I saw that somewhere a while ago and looked the other way as quickly as I could! I have been trying to work up enough nerve to try it though!