Sunday Rambles and a Meal Plan

Good morning Fit Fam,

It is a quiet Sunday morning at the Trihardmama house, 3 out of 5 of us are feeling under the weather. Beck has been sick all week long, while O and I are just getting started. I have been drinking Asian Flu fighter with lemon honey for the past two days hoping to nip it in the bud.

I wrote yesterday about racing weight.

I wanted to share my stats with you today and my goals.

Current weight
Current weight
current body fat
current body fat
Current body muscle
Current body muscle

These numbers (percentages) I calculated based on my age, height, current weight and activity level. I chose moderately active over very active, I am not sure whether that was accurate or not but I wanted to err on the side of caution.

I took my numbers and  I used a formula in Racing Weight – by Matt Fitzgerald to find that my ideal racing weight which is 130 lbs. This weight is based on my desire to hit 18% body fat.

Now I just need to implement The 6 Step Program, follow his guidelines and STICK to the PLAN!!

STEP ONE is all about improving your DIET QUALITY. So far I am pretty much on track as I try to avoid nutrient sparse foods, however, I know my chocolate, cookie and nacho addiction will have to go 😦

Meal Plan for March 22 – 29, 2015

I am linking up with Jill and Laura for their Sunday Meal Plans


S – Family  and Friends Fish  Fry at a cabin (not a healthy meal but it is important to having healthy social connections)

M – Sheppards pie with beef, veggies and sweet potatoes

T – Left overs

W – Macaroni (Olivia’s Favourite)

T – Breakfast for supper

F – Pizza and Salads

S – Chicken souvlaki and veggies (From Racing Weight cook book)

Its not an exciting week of meals but it will do 🙂

Breakfasts – Green smoothies, eggs, and oatmeal

Lunches – Soup, salads, eggs and veggies

Snacks –  Muffins, scones (racing weight recipe), cut up fruit and yogurt

Workout Recap – March 15-21, 2015

I has an awesome week of workouts, the gym at my hotel in Winnipeg was FANTASTIC!!

S – random hill bike ride

M – weight circuit

T – 4 mile run

W – Rest

T – 4 mile run

F – 1600 m swim

S – 4 mile run (planned for 5 but sick kid and a hangover forced me to cut it short)

Its hard to believe that I have 4 weeks of Half Marathon Training in the books already!!

What’s for dinner this week?





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