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Kettlebell:

Grrr.. 25lb bells were missing at the stupid corporate gym, so I had to modify my plan to use heavier weight.

15 minute walk on treadmill (waiting for the room with the bells to open up)

Five rounds of:

 - One minute double long-cycle jerk @ 35lb

 - One minute rest



Martial Arts:

Clock dance



Nutrition:


8:00a - Noon:

2 Lipo6 Black Caps

60g MRM Vanilla All Natural Whey

1T. Organic Cocoa

4000iu Vitamin D

3g. Coconut Oil (caps)

1g. Magnesium

1g. Tribulus

Noon - 4:00p:

Spinach salad with grilled chicken (cooked in bacon fat, Pride of Szeged chicken rub & white wine vinegar), two strip bacon, hard boiled egg, peppers, olives, grape tomatoes, Annie's organic red wine & olive oil dressing.

60g MRM Vanilla All Natural Whey

1T. Organic Cocoa

5g. Creatine

Black coffee
 

4:00p - 10:00p:

Homemade preworkout (2g. Citrulline Malate, 1g. Taurine, 1T. Beta Alanine, 1T. BCAA, 16oz black coffee)

40g MRM Vanilla All Natural Whey, 1T. Creatine, 1T. Glutamine, 1T. Organic Cocoa

Two strips bacon

One grilled chicken breast (cooked in bacon fat, Pride of Szeged chicken rub & white wine vinegar)

1g. Tribulus

3g. Melatonin

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Comment by Rachelle Lowder on April 28, 2012 at 7:45am

I actually came across a new salad dressing at Walmart by Silver Pallete that was made solely with olive oil...BUT, it contained sugar. I think it came out to 4 grams of sugar per serving which is just shy of a teaspoon! You can't win.

I'm glad Annie's wasn't a total waste. ;)

Comment by Brent Brown on April 26, 2012 at 9:27am

Yeah, that is a pain. I'm glad Rachelle caught it tho... The only thing I use vegetable oil for is cleaning my cast iron...  :)

I picked myself up some garlic infused olive oil and a good white balsamic. And.. The Annie's thing isn't a total waste tho.  It's came in a nice little bottle that I can use for my homemade... ;-)

Comment by Jim B on April 25, 2012 at 8:23pm

Dressings are such a pain. Even those ones that come across as olive oil that are in the store are usually only a small % olive oil, and the rest is crap (even though they usually cost a lot more). I just make my own now, unless I am going to cheat with some ranch or bleu cheese.

 

I have spent a good 20 minutes looking through the salad dressings for healthy one and usually just give up and make my own.

Comment by Rachelle Lowder on April 25, 2012 at 1:58pm

You're welcome!

The few days proved to be a bit of a transition period, after that it wasn't too bad at all!

Comment by Brent Brown on April 25, 2012 at 1:24pm

Thanks!  It hasn't been too bad so far.

Ahhh... Good catch on the dressing.  I hadn't noticed that it has oils in it other than olive oil.  Oh well.  Homemade is easy to do.  Thanks!

Comment by Rachelle Lowder on April 25, 2012 at 9:05am

Looking great Brent! Because you seem you would take the detox as seriously as I did, I wanted to point one thing out- I looked up the Annie's dressing out of curiosity and saw they are all made with vegetable oils (canola &/or soy). No bueno for the detox. The only dressing allowed is one you make yourself, unfortunately. =)

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