Katelyn Posted March 7, 2013 Share Posted March 7, 2013 Hey guys! I'm on day 17 of my first Whole30 (yay!) and am going to start working out consistently. I've worked out in the past and have worked with a personal trainer, but I've NEVER been consistent at it. Now that I have energy and feel great, I'm ready to commit! Here's my plan (5-6 days a week): Wake up and enjoy a 30 minute brisk walk; nothing intense or difficult, but enough to get my heart rate up a bit. (around 6:30-7am) Go to the gym after work (between 2pm and 4pm) - - Elliptical 10 minutes - Weights 10 minutes (legs on day 1, arms day 2, legs day 3, ect.) - Elliptical (or bike/treadmill) 10 minutes - Weights 10 minutes - Elliptical 10 minutes - Stretch My typical meals are as follows: Breakfast: 3 eggs cooked in fat, 1/2 avocado, cup of strawberries and blueberries, sometimes a piece of bacon or two Lunch: Normal serving of protein, usually chicken breast, fish, ground beef, tuna Baby carrots or asparagus 1/2 avocado Serving of greens (spinach, mixed greens, ect) Dinner: Normal serving of protein again Cooked veggies, such as sweet potato, butternut squash, carrots, parsnips (with clarified butter or oive oil) Serving of greens Handful of nuts, 1/2 avocado, or serving of olives Is this enough food for how active I am going to be? I'm not sure how to split up my meals for pre/post workout, if I should add more food, what I need more/less of, if my workouts are sufficient and good...Help! Any advice is totally welcome, I need all the help I can get in this area! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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