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    I trained my upper body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    What about soybeans? Are they, er, beans?

    it's like, foods with dubious health value:

    peanut butter
    red meat
    dairy products

    you know, the things I actually eat...
    I'll be out of town tomorrow and busy for most of Sunday, so you won't hear from me for a short bit. I'll get back to you on soybeans. Do you mean soy derivatives like soymilk?

    Peanut butter has alot of sugar in it, so it's not particularly healthy. Sugar-free organic isn't too shabby, though. The oil settles on the top, so be sure to mix it back in first. Eat it with something sweet like apple slices, and it becomes a pretty healthy and tasty snack.

    Red meat is its own can of worms, and that topic alone could be the center of a 30 page thread. To try and keep it simple, focus on the leaner meets like beef rounds or lean ground beef. In moderation, red meats are fine IMO.

    Dairy products. Also good, but probably not as good as all those milk commercials lead you to believe. A glass a day is probably overkill, but you can do far worse. I prefer cheeses myself, just keep an eye on the calorie content - it adds up quickly. Yogurts make for a good snack as well, but be careful as most of them have lots of sugar added. Focus on low fat if possible, although I'm not a fan of the skim products. (Personal preference.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I'll be out of town tomorrow and busy for most of Sunday, so you won't hear from me for a short bit. I'll get back to you on soybeans. Do you mean soy derivatives like soymilk?
    I don't mean soy derivatives, I mean soybeans -- the green things in the pod. Steamed, usually, with a little salt. Or soynuts. Soybeans are still beans, right? Or are they like peanuts?
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    I did a two mile cardio walk today.
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    Ok, I finished my workout today. So that makes for 5 days of workouts this week. No cheats!

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    mh no, my energy levels are still low, i have no idea what's going on, ate more complex sugars yesterday.
    'll have a long cardio like, now, to up my metabolism a bit.

    I just need some really good movie to motivate myself >_<
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    New personal accomplishment --
    I broke past 9 min/mile on my 6 mile run today.

    I've also been doing some light calisthenics for my upper body and abs. I figure it's not good to focus solely on running, which is what I had been doing prior to the big race earlier this month.

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    I spent 2.5 hours at the homecoming dance.

    I wonder how bad walking it out is on your knees?
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    Might need to use a couple cheats this week. It's been SO busy, and I'm exhausted today, so it's not looking good for a workout. I've eaten well, though.
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    i just had a cheeseburger and some chili cheese tater tots, i thought i deserved the reward since i ran a mile faster than my friend that said he could run a mile faster than me.
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