guess what i'm up doing? editing exercise VIDEOS!!!! i like step by step pictorials for exercises in magazines etc, but that PLUS a video of someone actually doing the move is even better. don't you think? i do! so, that's the plan. i saw today just how much work goes into doing these vids, whew. all worth it though. Sonny is my camera man for the moment and is also in charge of alerting me if i say something wack or correcting me if my form is slipping. yall bear with me/us- i hope to post my first vid (glute work!!!) any day now.
i taught an hour long strength class this morning and i left feeling so energized. as bad as i wanted my oatmeal, i sped home to make a new, clean breakfast: pumpkin protein pancakes.
30 g protein
6.5 g fiber
i gave Sonny two and topped my two with PB2.
you don't have to use protein powder if you don't want- you can use whole wheat flour instead. that will, however, change up your nutritional stats.
- 1 scoop protein powder OR 2 tbsp of whole wheat flour
- 4 tbsp pure canned pumpkin
- 2 egg whites or 1/4th cup liquid egg whites
- 2 tbsp almond milk, soy milk, or even skim
- 1 packet truvia (or any other 0 cal sweetener you'd like)
- 1/8 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp cinnamon (or more..dash away)
mix everything together, spray your no-stick cooking spray into your pan, and cook. once bubbles start to form, go ahead and flip them. they cook quickly on med. heat, so keep your eyes on them.
tonight's dinner was TOO EASY. here's my salmon slab from earlier this week. i put it in a pan, sprinkled my dry ranch dressing mix on top, and put it right back in the fridge. after about 2o min or so, the seasoning had completely soaked into the fish, so i popped it in the oven.
that is IT.
i made some red beans in my slow cooker the night before, so i paired the salmon with them as well as some 'coleslaw'. i turned the package around and could not figure out for the life of me why the stats were so dang high for some dry cabbage. then i found that little packet of
fat dressing hiding in there and proceeded to toss it OUT.
9 grams of fat and 10g sugar for just a two tbsp serving? no thank you. i liked the coleslaw dry better anyway because it added crunch.
i like bowls. a lot. as a kid, i HAD to eat my food portions one at a time and they could not be touching. so weird. but now, i like a little bit of everything in one bite. this is one of my fav, beat up bowls. i think it's older than me.
this was just a quick snack as we're headed out the door to another, yep, you guessed it- 1st birthday par-tay! it's gonna be a positive, productive monday tomorrow. claim it; it's yours.