Good morning! How are you all doing so far? I know it’s bright and early here in NYC but I’m hoping some of you took my advice on how to be a morning workout person and are reading this post while on their way to the gym or class. One can be hopeful right?
This week has really picked up after a slow start so it was a good thing that I spent some time food prepping and planning ahead of time. That’s one of the hardest parts about being a trainer. My day can change on the drop of a dime which of course leads to unpredictability. If you’re job is like mine it’s super important to be prepared for anything especially when it comes to meals. Prepping ahead of time and bringing meals/snacks with you will prevent disastrous situations and bad food choices.
Yesterday I tried to switch up my meals as much as possible for you all. I know my meals have been kinda boring lately! Since I had a long interval run workout this morning I wanted to make sure I was able to fuel and refuel properly. I had 4 clients in a row from 6-10am so eating enough early was going to be crucial. I made a yummy fall inspired chia seed pudding for breakfast. It may not look like much but it is one dense meal. I was full for hours after. This is going to be a new staple in my diet.
The rest of the yummy foods I ate yesterday are posted below. Make sure to scroll down and check out the paleo bread I found at Whole Foods! I miss avocado toast so much and now I can have it again!
Have a great rest of your day and eat well!
Vanilla protein chia seed pudding topped with apples, almond butter and cinnamon
Pureed bananas and apples
Roasted turkey with sweet potato mash and brussels sprouts
Paleo toast topped with avocado and hard boiled egg
Chicken skewers and roasted brussels sprouts
Question of the Day
What’s your favorite way to eat chia seeds?
Be the strongest you.