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Sunday, July 18, 2010
Breakfast: A lazy Sunday in our household. That amazing dinner from last night left me full until late this morning, so I had a lovely late breakfast of Jersey berries and a nice Jersey peach in a mini cantaloupe.
Today's Workout: Next on the agenda was the third workout in honor of Crossfit Tribe's awesome showing at the 2010 Crossfit games in Cali. Husband screamed at me through the whole thing (that's how we encourage each other) and ran the timer for me. We dragged our dumbbells, jumprope, and bad attitudes to the park and made it work…right after a quick trip back home for an ill-timed bathroom break.
Two rounds for time of:
Run 300 meters
15 box jumps
15 dumbbell squat cleans
15 GHD sit-ups
30 yard lunge
A few pictures of the painful Tribe-ute WOD.
Lunch: The heat was so stifling during the WOD that I just wasn't hungry right away. We grabbed some Paleo Brands grass-fed beef jerky and headed down to the Reading Terminal Market in Philly to sniff out some Oxtail for a recipe I'm trying this week. Lo and behold – after weeks of searching New Jersey butchers – I found my oxtail at RTM!
Dinner was a bowl of my staple – sausage stew – which I made once again over the weekend to eat this week. Husband and I started noshing on a serving of Phish Food – a carry-over from his “Sundae Sunday” deployment ritual – before looking at each other, dismayed at realizing it just didn't taste all that good. A tall glass of water washed away that sugary feeling and we're back on track. Lesson: At times it's important to keep yourself fed, even when you don't feel hungry. I believe if I'd had a decent lunch, I would not have even had a desire to indulge in a snack-like food. Paleo devotees, stay ever-vigilant!
And finally, some inspiration from the greeting card aisle:
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