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Poster: Impossible Dream
Subject: RE: Soup to Nuts - Letsrun Train Me
Schedule wise this is how things work out for me. I'll provide some general times so you can get an idea.
I'll do my morning session starting at around 6:30 am, a 30 minute run, sometimes preceded by supplementary work and often I'll do some stuff afterwards (push ups, for example).
I'll eat breakfast around 7:15 am. Usually coffee, cereal(new multigrain cheerios) or oatmeal, fat free milk, whole wheat toast with margarine and jam, occasionally a glass of OJ.
Mid morning snack is usually a banana or orange.
Lunch is a sandwich of whole wheat bread, turkey or ham, with a slice of cheese and mustard.
Afternoon snack has lately been some fat free yogurt.
Dinner varies, but I'm finding from research and comments here it is probably too much protein too little carbs.
Evening workout(s) usually start around 7 pm with supplementary stuff while my kids watch their nightly show. I'll usually do my core routine or push ups or my squats/lunges.
After the kids are put to bed, I'm usually on the treadmill by around 8:30 pm for my 60 minute run. Afterward I've been having a snack of fat free yogurt or fruit.
Thoughts or suggestions? One note, the timing of the workouts on weekdays is really not alterable, although I could potentially switch the longer session and the shorter session, but that could be problematic as the early mornings are my wifes time for working out. She has been a great inspiration for me, by the way, we have 3 children and she got fit after the second and then really fit after the third. She is at the weight she was in high school. :)
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