I had a long day, but a good day today. Let’s get right to it!
After I finished work I headed to the gym to do Livefit Day 32 – Arms/Abs/Cardio
3 x 10 barbell curls (30 lbs)
3 x 10 standing inner bicep curl (12.5 lb dumbbells)
3 x 10 cable hammer curl – rope (27.5 lbs)
3 x 10 alternate hammer curl (15 lb dumbbells)
3 x 10 tricep extensions (20 lbs)
3 x 15 tricep dips
3 x 10 seated tricep press (25 lbs)
3 x 25 tricep pushdown – rope (20 lbs)
3 x 25 air bike
3 x 25 jackknife situps
3 x 10 leg raises on captains chair
30 minutes on the elliptical – zoning out to Food Network Star
Another day done! Even though I’m in phase 2 right now, I’d still like to do a review of phase 1 soon – while it’s fresh in my mind. Also something to note: While I’m following the workouts closely, I am changing up the occasional exercise – due to personal preference or gym equipment available.
Oh, goodness. Let’s discuss, shall we?
Although the movie doesn’t have the best storyline, needless to say, I was entertained. I went with my mom and a group of girls – obviously a group of females is the best way to see it. I saw maybe 3 males in the crowded theatre – and they did not look happy to be there, haha.
As a huge True Blood/Alcide in True Blood fan – this was pretty much the reason I went (not that Channing Tatum hurt). I rather enjoyed looking at him/his body parts (ahem). Certainly was not a disappointment!
Did anyone else find that the actress playing Brooke was kind of awkward? I did not find any sort of chemistry between her and Tatum’s character.
(Magic Mike pictures taken from here)
Lunch was a packed salad, plus a bunch of samples from work. My job was at a cheese stand in the Western Fair Farmers Market. And c’mon, when a chunk falls off the cheese you’re cutting, clearly you’re supposed to snatch it up 🙂
Preworkout was an unpictured Granny Smith apple the size of my head. Seriously, massive.
Post workout I whipped up a quick protein smoothie to have before I headed over to the theatre.
I adore this protein powder. This smoothie tasted like a Reese’s, but with a bit of banana added.
After the movie, we headed to the Jack Astor’s across the road.
My mom and I got the spinach and artichoke goat cheese dip to split as an appetizer. Sorry, no photo – overcome by the I-take-pictures-of-my-food-in-public shyness 🙂
But I wanted to remember the gorgeous salad I got as my main – the Smiling Buddha.
Considering that Jack’s is more of a burger/sports bar sort of place, I was really impressed with this salad! Although I realized about halfway through eating it that it was supposed to come with goat cheese – le sigh. The addition would have been amazing, I love me some goat cheese.
I just realized how many greens I got in today – I’m sure my body is appreciative. 🙂
That will definitely keep me satisfied tonight!
<— Do you feel awkward taking food pictures in public? In certain restaurants, or with certain company? Do tell!