8/05/13- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Thursday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 6. August 2013 09:00

The fall fashions are hitting the magazines and we will get a chance to show off all the hard work we are doing with exercise and clean eating.  I can't say the colors for fall are my favorite ( I'm a little old for the chamo fashions that are so hot for fall)  But, it is important to pick the pieces you wear with your body type in mind.  The length of your skirt, shorts and pants is critical as to whether your outfit is complimentary or frumpy.  Make no mistake, even the movie stars, with the help of stylist and managers make mistakes with these issues.

If you have wide hips, then go for a shorter, flared skirt rather than a tight fitting, below the knee fashion that accentuates your hip region. 

 If your top heavy, don't wear tight fitting turtleneck that over emphasis your bustline, but rather a flowy black top slims your figure.

You can create curves if you have a overly slim figure by picking outfits with geometric shapes built into the fabrics, vs. a monotone color that adds no shape to your figure.

For men, wearing a camp shirt that doesn't hang too long will not create a 'tent effect' over the midsection of your body.

When picking a suit, the monotone shirt, tie jacket fashions if out, now they are showing a variety of lapel shapes and number of botton choices.  Just make sure the jacket cuffs are not overly long , which makes your suit appear ill-fitting.  Shop around for your best price and quality.

I hate to see summer fashions go, but make the best of the fall fashion choices for yourself.

 

Thursday 8/05/10 Workout:

Spinning Bike tape - 50 minutes

Strength Train- biceps

Biceps curl on Bosu- 12 lb

biceps row, turned out-1 tube 

Hammer curl- 12 lb

Standing cable concentrated curl- 2 tubes 

 

Thursday 8/05/10- Food Diary:

Breakfast-

Apple (67 cal)

egg casserole 1.5 servings- (160 cal)

A.M. Snack-

1/2 banana- peanut butter sandwich on low fat whole wheat bread ( 210 cal)

Lunch-

4 3/4 oz. Shrimp/scallops (130 cal)

Salad- 2 cups spinach, 1/4 cup beets, 1 small tomato, 2 tbls garbanzo beans, 1 tbls sunflower seeds, fat free Caesar dressing (80 cal)

grapefruit (40 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 cup green beans (26 cal)

1/4 cup baby carrots (40 cal)

Dinner-restaurant

 5 oz sirloin steak (280 cal)

 3 oz. lobster tail(no butter, lemon wedge) (120 cal)

1/2 acorn squash (85 cal)

1/2 cup caesar salad (80 cal)

 TOTAL CALORIES- 1428

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