DD--all I had was my chai tea jello (1 packet unsweetened gelatin, chai tea, and a packet of stevia--less than 24 calories total), 4 stalks of celery (~24 calories), and 2 poached eggs (~150 calories). I also had a few tastes of the bone broth I was making in the slow cooker (probably negligible calories).
1 x 40-s interval @ 10 mph
4 x 40-s interval @10.5 mph
Fewer intervals today due to plantar fasciitis and fact that gym is closing early today b/c it's a holiday weekend (hate it when they close early).
Ate a whole bunch of stuff--really can't remember for sure.
Lots of rice cakes with cream cheese, cinnamon, and raisins (and maple syrup too, sometimes)
1 beer (really should stop drinking beer)
sausage and egg scramble with leftover sausage, kale, mushrooms, and 2 eggs
sun butter (too much)
cheese (at random times throughout the day)
root beer float (oh yeah--root beer made with cane sugar & rum raisin ice cream)
bone broth (including some of the fatty marrow)
home-made apple cinnamon raisin cake--I made up the recipe myself and will post it shortly!
fish congee for dinner (went out to Vietnamese restaurant but didn't feel like having pho)
Felt uncomfortably full after dinner. Ate entirely too much.
None -- felt really guilty about it too. Was supposed to run but was way too lazy. Not a good running week. Haven't been running nearly enough this week. Must change that next week. Must. Run. Moar.
It's so much easier to log food on DDs! So far, I've only had:
150-cal protein shake
1 preserved duck egg
1 bag of arugula (20 calories)
1 cup of chai tea with 1 packet stevia (4 calories)
Crossfit -- scaled scaled Murph: (1-mile run, 20 rounds of 5 pullups, 10 pushups, 15 squats, 1-mile run)
I did the pushups against a box and the pullups with a band. By the end, I was using such a big band for the pullups that I was totally cheating - heh! That's the problem with doing a gazillion pullups, after a while, I just stop being able to do them, even with a band.
The problem with Crossfit is that they're too into the military. Military people really like CF, and CF really likes the military. While I don't have problems with individual service members--I see (most of) them as victims of the warfare state more than anything--I'm also disinclined to worship them as heroes.