07/13/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Wednesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 14. July 2014 17:07

Some of the best exercises for fat loss are:


1)     aerobics- aerobics has been around since exercising became hip in the 70s because it’s a great cardio workout


2)     Swimming- it will really challenge you, and its good for low impact needs due to injuries


3)     Spinning- the rise and fall of the energy level in this program is a great calorie burner


4)     Walking- the pace needs to be brisk, and if you can integrate hills, it will improve intensity


5)     Kickboxing- my recent experience with a Kempo DVD has reinforced what a great calorie burner this exercise is.


The important qualities to a fat burning exercise are the intensity (this is easier to measure with a heart rate monitor), duration (how long you exercise), and how often you are participating. Find an exercise you enjoy and those qualities will fall into place.



07/13/11 - Monday Workout Diary:

Strength train- chest/shoulders/triceps- trainer-all sets done for 30 second blasts

double cable standing chest fly- 30 lb

sitting cable back pull, one arm at a time- 30 lb

cable standing triceps overhead extention- 20 lb

alternating, single arm chest press- 15lb

triceps dips with individual leg raise

leg squat with triceps extentions- 8 lb

standing shoulder raise with alternating front lunge- 8 lb

standing overhead triceps extention toward the ceiling- medium band

push up with jump squat


07/13/11- Monday Food Diary:


2 oz old fashioned oatmeal with 1 tbls protein powder (210 cal)

8 oz 0 % fat Greek yogurt (90 cal)

1 cup bluberries/strawberries (60 cal)

A.M. Snack-

whey protein powder shake + 1/2 cup pasturized egg whites (190 cal)


1/2 a veggy pizza, garlic, olive oil base sauce (350 cal)

1 cup spinach, 4 strawberries, 1/2 orange sweet pepper(40 cal)

P.M. Snack-

1 cup high fiber breakfast cereal, non-fat milk (160 cal)


6 oz  petite chicken(265 cal)

3/4 cup brussel sprouts with apple, onions, garlic, EVOO (109 cal)

1 sweet potato,sprinle of cinnamon (100 cal)


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