http://lesmasphotos.com/other-catholic-weddings/?share=twitter And just like that the Open rolls to a close with 17.5. 17.5 was by far my favorite of the 5 workouts. It was a couplet featuring two movements where I wasn’t hindered by the prescribed weight, movement or my injury: thrusters and double unders. It’s such a fun five weeks in CrossFit world. I’m kind of sad to see it come to an end, but I can’t wait for next year when my body is healed (hopefully) and ready to go. In the mean time, I have friends and family who are trending toward getting themselves into the Qualifier. So, I can keep cheering for them in the short term and in the long term I bet one or two will make it all the way to the Games in August. So cool!
http://ojaicafeemporium.com/blog/2016/01/15/ Enough about CrossFit! Let’s talk about food! Unlike last week, this week everyone is home and I’m cooking. I’m trying 4 brand new gluten free and paleo recipes. They all look great. Fingers crossed they meet my expectations.
I’m still persevering with my Macros plan that I started January 1. Not sure what I’m talking about? Read this month’s blog article on the topic. The other day at the gym a friend commented that he enjoyed the article. So nice to hear that people are actually reading them. 😉 While we were chatting he mentioned this quote/philosophy to me, “Get fit in the gym. Lose weight in the kitchen.” EXACTLY! I love it! Goes along with “You can’t exercise your way out of a bad diet”. All words to live by!
prazosin 0.25mg dosage On that note, here’s what I’m cooking this week:
Pork Roast w/ Sweet Potatoes, Apples & Onions (GF & PALEO): Does this sound like a great Sunday dinner or what?
Sausage & Kale over Butternut Noodles (GF & PALEO)
Baked Lemon Chicken (GF & PALEO – use olive oil rather than butter)
Shrimp Fried “Rice” (GF & PALEO)