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    First entry, just to start it up but I will update it later once the day is done.


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    B: 3 Eggs, tomato slices and three pieces of bacon, apple


    L:Mixed greens, bell pepper, tomatos, chicken and walnuts with oil and vinegar


    S: Almonds, rasins and chicken

    D: Steak, mixed greens, carrots, slivered almonds, tomatos, oil and vinegar


    WOD: 21-15-9, chest to bar pull ups - OH squat (95lbs), 12:15 (I think)


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    B: 4 scrambled eggs, broccoli, carrots and zuchinni cooked with olive oil and and apple.

    S: Cashews, almonds, raisins and beef jerky

    L: Steak (leftover) Zucchini, eggplant and carrots, peach

    S: Cashews, almonds, raisins and beef jerky

    D: Halibut, greens, cucumber tomato, almonds, oil&vinegar, applesauce


    WOD: 5 rounds for time:

    12x DB power clean, right arm (55 lb/35 lb)

    12x DB power clean, left arm (55 lb/35 lb)

    12x pushup

    50m sprint

    = 11:58


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    So far this isn't that bad.


    B: 4 eggs, zucchinni, strawberries, almonds

    S: Cashews, raisns, grapes, jerky

    L: Bacon, carrots and broccoli, apple, almonds

    D: Steak, cucumbers in oil and vinegar, Peach, strawberries

    S: ALmonds, grapes and beef jerky


    WOD


    3 rounds, each for time:

    800m run 3:02, 2:56, 2:58


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    B: Eggs, Peach, zucchini and almonds

    S: A Paleo Pack (Dried berries, nuts and jerky)

    L: Chicken salad (Almond slivers, lettuce, celery, tomatoes, cucumber,Bacon and oil and vinegar) Peach

    S: Almonds and watermelon

    D: Tomato/Cucumber salad, stir-fried beef and broccoli with onions, watermelon.


    WOD: Rest day


    By the way, each day is mixed with ample amounts of coffee but I don't list it.


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    08/07/09

    WOD Cindy - 15 + 5 Pullups, 10 pushups


    B: Leftover steak, broccoli, and almonds and peach

    S: Raisins, dried blueberries and almonds

    L: Watermelon, chicken, peach

    S: Grapes, peach

    D: Green bean, tomato, cucumber shrimp and almond salad, Pork tenderloin


    I felt like I was craving fruit all day today and may have actually ate more of it than I remember.


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    For the most part the first week of Primal eating has not been too tough. I have noticed, however, that i am feeling a bit sore or achey, almost like I am getting sick. I am not sure if it is the change in diet or something else. I have been pretty faithful to the eating and have been on my workouts consistantly.


    I don't know if it is because it is summer and they taste good or because of a need for more carbs but I have been craving fruit. I am going to keep doing what I am doing for another week or so and see if it works itself out.


    I am planning a trip to go crabbing this week (Pretty Primal) and want to try the new crabcakes Mark wrote about.


    Today:

    8/8/09

    B:Chicken and cooked veggies, I can't remember what but I pulled them out of a bag I'd cooked in Olive oil earlier in the week.

    L:Pork loin , leftover green bean salad and a peach

    S: five eggs with Salsa and apple sauce

    D: TBD


    WOD:

    “Fight Gone Bad!”


    Three rounds of:

    Wall-ball, 20 pound ball, 10 ft target (Reps)

    Sumo deadlift high-pull, 75 pounds (Reps)

    Box Jump, 20? box (Reps)

    Push-press, 75 pounds (Reps)

    Row (Calories)


    In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute.The clock does not reset or stop between exercises. This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating. On call of “rotate”, the athletes must move to next station immediately for best score. One point is given for each rep, except on the rower where each calorie is one point.


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    Back to work and working nights makes it tough to keep meals regular.


    B:Eggs and Salsa

    D:Steak broccoli and cauliflower, cucumber and tomato salad.

    S:Peanut butter and celery, Asian pear

    S:Plum and Paleo Pak


    WOD: wrestling practice


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    8/10/09


    WOD


    5 sets of 3 reps 145, 165, 175, 185, 195


    21, 15, and 9 reps for time of:

    wall ball

    push press (95 lb)


    4:57


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    08/11/09


    I got my book yesterday and am reading through.


    I didn't log my meals yesterday so I will try to get them back on track today. I'm looking forward to my first mini-adventure race (kayaking, mountain biking and running) this weekend. We also are having some friends over for a primal potluck on Friday for a pre-race dinner. My wife, who is a ridicullously good cook anyway, is having blast coming up with new primal recipies. So far the menu is as follows: Spare ribs, grilled peach and bacon salad, shrimp ceviche and possibly some primal crab cakes (if my ocean trip works out).


    All the food is local and grown or raised within about 25 miles of us. That is way Grok-like.


    Today's contest was perfect cause we were in the process of bacon and eggs when we read it.


    I'm still having some trouble getting meals organized durng the workweek doe to a wierd schedule. FOr the most part I just snack (primally)through my shift. It works but isn't as good as planning a meal. I will have to work on it.


    Yesterdays meals


    B:Chicken, green beans, zucchinni and tomatos all sauteed together.


    The rest of the day, I snacked on beef, fruit, veggies, almonds and sunflower seeds.


    My evening workout was more wrestling, not hard, just for fun.


    This mornings breakfast was Bacon fried eggs, eggplant, zzucchini and tomatos and berrys. Pretty friggin' good.


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