11/06/12- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Friday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 7. November 2012 08:00
 

Fall fashion styles are out, and I want to speak about the most flattering styles for three different body shapes;

If your body shape is boyish, try a sheer shirt with jeans, which gives a feminine flair.  If dressing up, try a deeper v-neck, with draping at the hips, which gives the appearance of curves, rather than a straight sheeth, which accentuates a lack of curves.

If your shape is more like a pear, find looks that slim your upper body and balances your hips.  Try belting under the rib cage to emphasize your thinnest point.  When wearing jeans, try a boot cut style with a cropped jacketvs. tapered or pencil jeans which makes your hips look bigger.  When dressing up, try a ruffles shirt, with an A-line skirt or a draker colored bottom to draw the eyes up again.  A straight dress will make the whole silouette appear larger.

If you have a curvy shape, try a more body skimming ( though not tight- If you know what I mean) pieces while playing up your best features.  With a casual look, try a boot cut jean, with a v-neck that skims the uper body.  With a dressier look, try a boot cut jean with a v-neck that skims the upper body.  With a dressier look, don't do a big billowy style that just overpowers your whole shape, instead of enhancing your curves.

We work on workout regularly, and clean eating as best we can, now pair the clothes that 'play up' your assets!

 Friday-11/6 Workout :

Recumbent bike- 30 minutes

Elliptical- 22 minutes, 1.89 miles

Strength training- back/legs(gym)(2 sets)

Pulley bck row- 40/30lb

Low row- 40lb

Lat pulldown- 78 lb

Walking lunges

Upper back- 40 lb

Leg extention- 50 lb

Vertical traction- 50 lb

Vertical traction- 40 lb

Leg press- 140 lb

Friday- 11/6 Food Diary:

Breakfast-

3/4 egg whites, squash/ brocolli slaw(105 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1 apple(70 cal)

1/2 cup non-fat vanilla yogurt, 1/4 cup non fat cottage cheese, 1/4 blueberries/blackberries( 110 cal)

Lunch- 

5.5 oz. tuna (160 cal)

Salad- 1.5 cups spinach, 5 asparagus, 1/2 tomato, 1 oz fat free feta (65 cal)

 P.M. Snack- School Fallfest Celebration

Caesar salad (75 cal)

Chocolate goody (135 cal)

 Dinner- 

3 5/8 oz. Chilaen sea bass( 120 cal) 

1 Tomato (30 cal)

1/2 cup brussel sprouts(50 cal)

Dessert-

Fat free carmel, apple (250 cal)

9 Organic roasted, no salt, almonds ( 60 cal)

TOTAL CALORIES-1195

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