I am on day 9 of being completely OP. Which makes me wonder... what does OP mean to you?
For me, being On Plan means:
- staying within a reasonable range of calories
- tracking every bite that goes into my mouth
- planning my day of eating, rather than winging it (which ALWAYS makes me go off plan)
- being concious of my water intake
- being purposeful of my planned activities (if it's a rest day it's still OP as long as I planned it as a rest day)
It's when I don't plan my food for the day that I end up making choices that blow me out of the water. Like I'll go out and have something, come home and look it up, only to find it was fifteen bizmillion calories... then I'm all like "fuck it" for the rest of the day, and don't bother tracking. Definately off plan at that point, even if I make good decisions... when I have no idea where my calorie count is, and my head is firmly planted in the sand, I am off plan.
But not today!
Here's my eats today:
Br: 1/3 cup oatmeal, 1/3 cup almond breeze, 1 tbls PB2, 1/2 banana, 1 tbls chopped toasted almonds, milk & vitamin (310 calories)
Lu: 3 oz roast beast, 2 tbls asiago, 1/4 cup alfalfa sprouts, 4 black olives, 2 tbls green onion wrapped in a tortilla then grilled on the George Forman (378 calories)
Sn: 1/2 cup each of blueberries & pineapple, 1/3 cup ff vanilla yoghurt, 1/4 cup fibre1 cereal (164 calories)
Dn: 4oz pork tenderloin, marinated in 1 tablespoon basil parmesan vinegrette, & one cup leftover vegetarian chili (333 calories)
This is 1184 calories for the day.
Not sure if I'll be working out or not, today. I should get a run in. I haven't done that in a while. It depends on how much work I get done today. :o)
Thanks for listening,
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