8/01/12 - Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Saturday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 2. August 2012 08:00

Hello.  Today you need to check out your gym/running shoes.  It's easy to guage their lifespan by how dirty they are, but you really should replace them every 3-6 months (especially if you run/walk on cement, or attend aerobic classes regularly).  Good support from your shoes can greatly effect possible knee and hip issues.  Plantar fasciitis, can be quite painful, and should be attended to by a physician (you can get recommendations for qualified doctors on the links found on the homepage), but keeping your whole body supported by quality shoes is important.

You can find shoes at many sporting goods stores, but, if you want expert opinions and fitting opportunities, try a running shoe store.  They know the pitfalls of incorrectly fitted shoes, and help you through the process (and they didn't just get out of puberty!- Sorry, a little cranky life experience showing there)

8/01 Workout:

Walk on street- 9.77 miles, 2 hours, 10 minutes

8/01 Food Diary:

Early Before Walk:

Protein shake (90 cal)

1/3 cup yogurt, blueberries (145 cal)

Breakfast-

Whole wheat English muffins, 1 tbls. sugar free jelly( 105 cal)

1/3 cup organic egg whites, 1/3 cup zucchini, onions (100 cal)

apple (67 cal)

Lunch-

1/4 apple (25 cal)

10 dry roasted almonds(100 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1/2 cheeseburger- no top bun(200 cal)

1 tomato(40 cal)

Dinner-

Carbmaster yogurt(80 cal)

1/2 cup blueberries (50 cal)

1 cup Archer brand Protein Cereal (180 cal)

2 glasses wine (200 cal)

Dessert-

Pineapple sherbet sundae(220 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES- 1602

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Paula's Healthy Living

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