May 16th, 2019 Zero Percent Chance
Yesterday was a 4-star day: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.
Our local RecPlex just installed brand new cardio equipment. Oh wow, it’s good stuff! I made my way in this evening for a long-overdue round on the elliptical. This brand new elliptical is much more challenging! It was good. I kept listening to my most inspiring musical selections right into the grocery store after the workout–and I was groovin’ up and down the aisles, feeling fantastic all over. In that mental and physical state, there’s a zero percent chance of me selecting an off-plan item. It was a good reminder of how we can condition how we feel by what we do–what we “feed’ our brain and bodies directly and powerfully affects our daily practice. Needed that.
#latebreakfast Egg&Cheese on Ezekiel and honeycrisp apple slices. 3 egg whites, 1 whole egg, 2 slices colby-jack on toasted ezekiel. 6.9oz honeycrisp apple. #dailypractice #foodplan pic.twitter.com/gQbDRSIqLp
— Sean Anderson (@SeanAAnderson) May 16, 2019
View this post on Instagram#whatsfordinner Pita Pizza! Two Joseph’s Flax-Oat Bran-Whole Wheat Pitas topped with 134g Newman’s Own roasted garlic (refined sugar-free) marinara, 4oz 93% lean beef, 4oz sliced baby portobello mushrooms, 36g red onion, and 68g finely shredded mozzarella. #dailypractice #foodplan #whatilike 587 cal.
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