I think I could get more than used to this proper eating nonsense. Black bean and black eye bean chilli bulked out with quinoa and the biggest herb, tomato and chilli salad I could fit on my plate!
Happy Sunday eve :)
So here’s the first of many posts, which are mainly a means of keeping track of what I’m eating and since I’m a little conscious of the food, making sure it is reasonably good food.
So far today (and only starting eating after a training run)….
And I’ve even discovered a new food sensation!! Marigold Swiss Vegetable Vegan Bouillon! Goodness me it’s tasty!!
I need something to help create a sense of rhythm, or maybe I mean pace, anyway…
Recently I’ve been feeling lazy, and I’ve been lazy, food has been poor, beer has been a little too frequent and as a result that little mental image that we all have of our bodies has grown!!!
But I have a pan to get it on track. I’m going to abuse the power of the blog.
How? I know it’s obvious but sometimes, saying (typing) things helps set them in stone.
Blog what I’m eating.
Weekly progress post.
It’s all a little experimental, but hopefully it’ll give me what I’ve learnt I need. Something external as a focus.
Right! Time to get my lazy arse out of bed, get dressed and get those training miles in :)
How To Be An Ultra Runner: http://youtu.be/oDQxxeKtl6k
I think I’m there on some of the points!
You calorie count chocolate bars, cakes, biscuits and sweet treats in miles?!
I actually caught myself doing this a couple of times and wandered what the hell is happening to my brain?!?
I have no idea were or when I heard this but….
“We live our lives with the air conditioning always turned on”
Or at least I get the feeling I’m living with too many comforts, since I’ve gained 8 pounds (which is definitely not muscle mass), I’m avoiding being active, drinking cold beer in a warm, soft chair and eating foods that I know are overly indulgent.
Time to make some changes (he says out loud from the comfort of the bed he’s been sat in, awake, for the last 2 hours!)