Monday, March 14, 2011



As of the last blog we wrapped up our 10 part series of the Fat Loss Rules. This time I'd like to tell you a story of pushing through things and eating on the go.

So there I am in Breckenridge Colorado. The slopes are so hard and icy I may have well have landed on asphalt. As usual I've lost all my skill and have to relearn how to snowboard, just like it's my first day. My friends get tired of having to wait for me, and I'm in so much pain I'm not even having fun anymore. I've fallen on my tail bone so many times that I'm excited when my face breaks my fall. Finally after two days I start getting it down again, and not only am I not falling anymore...I'm beating all my friends down the mountain. Every single race! I'm going so fast people are actually asking me for tips. Now I'm not saying you should go snowboarding, as I think snowboarding is only for those willing to tolerate two days of unbearable pain for one day where you can go sideways down a mountain at forty five miles an hour. But I am saying that it's just like starting a new lifestyle, it's hard at first because it's against everything you've been doing. But you can get through it. It's IMPOSSIBLE to not lose weight and tone up when you combine the right diet program with the right training program.

For our eating we still found a way to eat healthy. One of my friends was so impressed with how cut I am(not trying to brag) that he wanted me to teach him how to get lean. So we went to the grocery store and stocked up. For the day we packed protein bars, peanut butter and banana sandwiches, trail mix, and bottles of water in our backpacks and would eat every 3 hours while on the mountain. My stuff was much more smashed up than his, but it still tasted good. When I would eat out I would order a grilled chicken sandwich, veggies on the side, and a water. Then I would have a protein shake before I would go to bed. YOU CAN EAT HEALTHY ANYWHERE! You just have to make a commitment.


Breakfast - 7:00am

Whole Wheat Toast

Egg White Souffle


egg whites mixed in a

glass bowl and

microwaved on high for

4 minutes)

Snack #1 - 9:30am

Plain Greek Yogurt

(Fage) with honey and



Bottle of Water

Lunch - 12:00pm

Sashimi Lunch over

Brown Rice


Light Soy Sauce

Bottle of Water


Breakfast - 7:00am

Bowl of Kashi Heart To

Heart Cereal w/ skim


Tablespoon Flax Oil

Fat Free Yogurt

Snack #1 - 9:30am

Almonds and Apricots

(mix about 10 dried

apricots with 20-25

almonds in a bag)

Bottle of Water

Lunch - 12:00pm

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Sandwich on Whole

Wheat Bread

Bag of Pretzels

Bottle of Water


As the old cliche goes...No matter how many times you fall down, keep getting back up. Also, there's always a way to stick with your meal plans. Just plan ahead.


Stuck at a Chinese restaurant and not sure what to eat? Go with the brown sauces on your chicken or shrimp. They have far less calories and fat.


What not to eat.

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