Saturday, August 1, 2009

August Already?!

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Maxi Max #1


Brush PM: yes


Adrenplus 300 (2 caps): yes
Alfalfa (6 caps): 4
B12 Plus (6 sprays): 8
Cellfood (8 drops/3x): 16 drops
Fibertox (1-3 caps): 1
Jus (1 oz): 2 shots today!!!
Pyruvyl Glycine (12 sprays): yes
Water (8 glasses, 8 ounces each): 2 liters


9:30am: two eggs scrambled with garlic pepper and fresh spinach
12:20pm: Mama Fu's Ginger Sesame Salad with Chicken (wok-seared soy-glazed chicken, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers and wonton chips over mixed greens tossed in ginger sesame vinaigrette and sprinkled with sesame seeds)
3:30pm: whole banana, raw almonds
9:20pm: turkey taco salad (see photos below)


I went to the Jus meeting in Clearwater this morning at 10am. Deborah, my massage therapist, was already there. I met Tom, who is the one that brought Jus to Florida earlier this year. Then we went in for the meeting/presentation. Read more here: Jus Meeting

Afterward, Deborah took me out to lunch at Mama Fu's. Thanks Deb! I haven't been there in a while. My salad was delish and I ate it with chop sticks. Next time I'll ask for the dressing on the side though. I'm not a big dressing person. I like veggies as they are naturally.

Home for some computer time in this bloggy blog world! I need to get outside and enjoy the sunshine... however, it's about 97-degrees today. Hot, hot, hot! Going to take the puppy for a little walk.

Planning a workout this afternoon... maybe back to Ladybug Workout or Tempo Lower Body. I need floor work.

I made that spiffy new calendar this afternoon in Photoshop. How pretty! I have a busy month ahead of me. I'm going to try my best to stick to an every other day (EOD, as we say at T-Tapp) full workout schedule.

A T-Tapp "full" workout consists of doing a routine that's 30+ minutes in length. All T-Tapp workouts involve the entire body, but some have a focus on a certain area or benefit. The Ladybug Workout focuses on waist to knee while also helping the body naturally balance hormones. Tempo Lower Body is obviously for the lower body (waist to knee), but has different moves and sequencing than the Ladybug Workout. Both routines are 60+ minutes split into standing and floor segments with either half being a full workout. Most of these variety workouts are for those who know and can do the entire Total Workout, which is the original program.

Go here for a full listing of all single T-Tapp workouts:

Ok... done with my killer workout! I ended up doing ALL of Maxi Max #1 (with the newer form tweaks, of course). My remote for the TV in the bedroom needs to be programed; it stopped working after we moved. I was going to do Tempo Lower Body, but the main menu has you select the standing, floor, combination of the two or form tips. The only section I can get to without the remote is standing, so that didn't work for me. I really wanted floor work today! Maxi Max #1 is more advanced than Tempo Lower Body because it still has almost everything from the Total Workout standing and the entire crunch sequence on the floor. It's a cardio-kinetic total body workout with a focus on the lower half. I was dripping... again... by speed skaters this time. I really love the pace of this workout -- no fuss, just get it done.

Now it's time to cool down, make some dinner and relax. Turkey tacos on the menu again...

My yummy LaCroix Berry Vodka cocktail

Taco Toppings: Romain, Green Pepper, Cilantro, Red Onion, Garlic, Seriously Sharp White Cheddar

Marcel's ingenious idea for baking taco shells... stand them up!
They come out crispy and still open for stuffing.

My Taco Salad

Mmm... I cleaned my plate. Yum!

Watching more Twin Peaks tonight! This show has so many strange twists and turns. I love it!

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