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Rollercoaster week

Posted in Project 40,Workout on Friday, May 6, 2011 at 8:44 am by flerly.

Not suprisingly, back up another pound this morning for the weigh in. Yesterday I ate food, though better choices than I would have usually made at that location, still a lot of food. I also only did Jazzercise, no other workout.

So, it was Cinco de Mayo and all the friendslist could go on about was Mexican food and margaritas. I’d had a good shake for breakfast, tuna and crackers for lunch, later an apple… then Jazzercise. I came home weak, sore, and hungry… to find James wanting to go to Chipotle.

Chipotle is a calorie trap. Everything there is extra yummy because it’s all got more calories than you think. My backup blender was still sitting in the sink dirty from this morning, so I was hopeless for a quick shake to take the edge off. Thus, I caved. Salad, black beans, chicken, tomato & corn salsa, cheese, guacamole. And, little by little I eventually used that entire container of dressing they gave me.

Chipotle Nutrition Facts  
Amount Per Serving  
Calories 925  Cal from Fat 505  
% Daily Value*  
Total Fat 55g  85%  
Saturated Fat 13g  65%  
Trans Fat 0g    
Cholesterol 145mg  48%  
Sodium 2570mg  107%  
Total Carbs 63g  21%  
Dietary Fiber 21g  84%  
Sugars 22g    
Protein 53g    
Vitamin A  0%  •  Vitamin C  0%  
Calcium  0%  •  Iron  0%  
*  Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. 
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.  
INGREDIENTS: Black Beans,Corn Salsa,Tomato Salsa,Chicken (4oz),
Guacamole (4oz),Lettuce,Cheese,Chipotle Vinaigrette 

What’s worse. By about 10pm, I was feeling really hungry again … a phenon I hadn’t experienced with the shakes for dinner, but often do in the evenings after real food. So I had another apple and a lot of water.

Today we’re off for a weekend in Alabama, so who knows where the food will go. I’ll just try to make good choices and stay active I guess.


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