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Chris Scott 12-15-2008 09:13 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Bummer, man. Get better soon so you can enjoy the holidays!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-16-2008 05:34 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Christin Street;471704]Hope you are feeling 100% better soon! I have quite a few friends that are out with the stomach bug. Seems to be the season!
Feel better....[/quote]

[quote=Chris Scott;471853]Bummer, man. Get better soon so you can enjoy the holidays![/quote]

Christin and Chris,

Thank you so much for recovery wishes. I am finally feeling much better. This one seemed to really hang on, and though I didn't get a sick as most people, I felt pretty miserable.

Take care.....

Vanessa Sisson 12-16-2008 05:54 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Hi Stephen, I am going to try to read through your log, bt I just wanted to go ahead and say I hope you feel better soon. Seems everyone is catching a bug lately.

Stephen R. Lampl 12-16-2008 05:56 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Monday, 12/15/08:[/B][/U]

[I][B]No organized WOD today.

Functional Workout:

"Real Shoveling" and Snow Blower Wrangling: 1 1/2 hours.
[/B]Wrangled and "threw" around 250# snow blower and shoveled a foot of snow. Approximately 1200 Sq. Feet (total moved = 1200 cubic feet of snow).
Not included: Time to repair broken shear pin on snow blower.......

[B]Nutrition:

[/B]Still feeling effects of sickness - - not really hungry.
Morning coffee w/creamer 16 oz, plus raw sugar.

[B]Linner (Lunch/Dinner)
[/B]8 oz serving of homemade split pea w/ham soup
Medium green salad with 4 oz tri tip
1/2 C mushrooms
1 Tbsp blue cheese crumbles
2 Tbsp cabernet vinaigrette dressing

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp organic natural peanut butter

[B]Water:
[/B]60 oz + approx.
__________________________________________________________

[/I][U][B]Tuesday, 12/16/08:

[/B][/U][I][B]No organized WOD today.

Functional Workout:
[/B][/I]
[I][B]"Real Shoveling" and Snow Blower Wrangling: 1 1/4 hours.
[/B]Wrangled and "threw" around 250# snow blower and shoveled approx. 4" of new snow. Approximately 1200 Sq. Feet (total moved = 400 cubic feet of snow).[/I]

[I][B]Nutrition:[/B][/I]
[B]
[I]Breakfast:
[/I][/B][I]1 medium "everything" bagel, toasted
2 Tbsp Cream cheese
16 oz coffee w/ creamer and raw sugar

[B]Lunch:
[/B]6 oz homemade black-bean chili (YUM!!)
1 oz cheddar cheese
1 serving (1 oz) natural potato chips

[B]Dinner:
[/B]2 slices garlic-pepperoni pizza
small dinner salad
2 Tbsp balsamic vinaigrette dressing

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp organic natural peanut butter

[B]Water:[/B]
80 oz. approx.
___________________________________________________________
[B]Note:
[/B]Things are really hectic - - preparing to have a house full over the holidays and looking for a PT job.......so I will probably miss some of the outstanding work everyone is doing. Will try and catch up on everyone's logs and post here too as time allows. Thanks to everyone, always, for the encouragement, accountability, and friendship!


[/I]

Stephen R. Lampl 12-16-2008 05:58 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Vanessa Sisson;472661]Hi Stephen, I am going to try to read through your log, bt I just wanted to go ahead and say I hope you feel better soon. Seems everyone is catching a bug lately.[/quote]

Thank you, Vanessa! Doing much better now.....

Elizabeth Terris 12-16-2008 10:24 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Nice snow blower workout!
Pass the split pea soup please.
Have fun with a house full and stay healthy!

Chris Scott 12-17-2008 02:13 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Wow. That's some serious shoveling. In Texas, the only thing we shovel that much of is... well, something else. ;)

Good luck with the job search and have a great time with all your houseguests. Merry Christmas!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-19-2008 12:01 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Elizabeth Terris;472825]Nice snow blower workout!
Pass the split pea soup please.
Have fun with a house full and stay healthy![/quote]

Thank you, Elizabeth! I'm a bit tardy in catching up on my log. We've been so busy getting the house ready......no time to work out at all - - - BLEH!! I'm feeling it too!

Take care!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-19-2008 12:03 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Chris Scott;472897]Wow. That's some serious shoveling. In Texas, the only thing we shovel that much of is... well, something else. ;)

Good luck with the job search and have a great time with all your houseguests. Merry Christmas![/quote]

Thanks, Chris!

Yeah, it doesn't seem like much until one figures out how many cubic feet of the stuff they've moved.

Thanks for the wishes on the job and houseguests! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-19-2008 12:16 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Wednesday, 12/17/08:[/B][/U]

[I][B]REST DAY. [/B]No new snow to mess with, no time to hit the globo, or even to do a WOD at home.......BLEH!!! Really feeling not doing a regular, solid workout.....

[B]Nutrition:

Breakfast:[/B]
English muffin with egg and low fat turkey bacon sandwich
1 oz. low fat swiss cheese included.
16 oz coffee w/creamer, raw sugar

[B]Lunch:
[/B]8 oz bowl split pea w/ ham soup (homemade)
1 slice garlic pepperoni pizza

[B]Dinner:
[/B]8 oz homemade black bean chili
2 small slices buttered sourdough toast

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple

[B]Water:
[/B]60 oz.
______________________________________________________________

[/I][U][B]Thursday, 12/18/08:[/B]

[/U][I][B]NO WO TODAY......[/B]No time, even at home. Hoping to go tomorrow.......

[B]Nutrition:

Breakfast:
[/B]1 No flour, rolled oat, peanut, and chocolate chip cookie
16 oz coffee w/creamer, raw sugar, and a 12 oz approx. refill.....

[B]Lunch:[/B]
2 slices garlic pepperoni pizza

[B]Snack:
[/B]approx. 1 doz. baby carrots
approx. 8 mushrooms
2 Tbsp garlic ranch dressing as dip. (I like garlic - - can't you tell?????)

[B]Dinner:
[/B]6 oz chicken breast nuggets w/ lemon juice
1/2 C steamed green beans

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple

[B]Water:[/B]
approx. 60 oz.....not enough!


[/I]

Stephen R. Lampl 12-20-2008 12:51 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Friday, 12/19/08:[/B]

[/U][I][B]WOD (Functional workout....)
[/B]Hoping to make it to the globo today for at least [U]something[/U].....More snow overnight (4") and a full schedule, so no dice.

[B]Snow Shoveling: [/B]1 hour 30 minutes, approx. (No snowblower use today).
Moved approx. 400 cubic feet plus another hundred or two the county plow pushed into the end of my driveway this morning.....all heavy, wet, icy stuff.

Great workout!!! Last year, I had to stop many times to rest. Didn't have to rest at all, even once this time. Shows what CF will do for someone!!!

[B]Nutrition:
[/B]No more excuses...(have I said that before?). Gotta get back with the program.

[B]Morning Coffee.....[/B]

[B]Brunch:
[/B]Egg muffin sandwich (homemade)
1 egg
1 oz American cheese
1 whole wheat English muffin
1 pat (tsp?) butter

[B]Dinner:
[/B]Approx. 5 oz. chicken breast
4 oz approx. cottage fries

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp natural peanut butter

[B]Water:
[/B]40 oz.


[/I]

Christin Street 12-20-2008 05:17 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Dang, everyone's shoveling snow except those of us in the Deep South! Sounds, uh, like fun!
Way to get back w/ the program on the diet! I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday!

Elizabeth Terris 12-21-2008 07:44 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
How's the calf muscle doing? Have you jumped back up on a box lately? I know you have a full house for Christmas! Have a great holiday!

Carla Tremblay 12-21-2008 03:50 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Hey Steve! I'm glad to hear your wife is doing okay now! :)

Chris Scott 12-22-2008 11:46 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Glad y'all are doing well, Steve. Merry Christmas!

Charles Bennington 12-22-2008 04:25 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
One egg? I think the last time I ate a single egg I was probably 3 years old.

If you're full of protein and fat you don't have room for junk. I would suggest dropping grains and sugar all together for a bit and evaluating how you feel.

Lee Ann McCall 12-22-2008 08:18 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Hi Steve!

Just stopping by to say Happy Holidays to you and yours. I wish you a bunch of happy memories!

I'm with you on the redirecting the diet thing, although I am not sure the holidays really lends itself to that. I'll be struggling right there with you.

Take care and all the best!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-22-2008 11:47 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Christin Street;475340]Dang, everyone's shoveling snow except those of us in the Deep South! Sounds, uh, like fun!
Way to get back w/ the program on the diet! I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday![/quote]

Christin,

Thanks! Found out today how poorly I've been eating..........WO sucked!!

We're having a blast up here! [I][B]Lots[/B][/I] of snow much earlier than we're used to up here. Generally we get it AFTER the holidays. Best to you and yours for Christmas too!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-22-2008 11:51 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Elizabeth Terris;475906]How's the calf muscle doing? Have you jumped back up on a box lately? I know you have a full house for Christmas! Have a great holiday![/quote]

Hello, Elizabeth!

Calf feels a lot better, though I don't really know what I did to it......sudden overuse, I guess. No more BJs, lately, but I'm going to try in a few days. I'm thinking that I better learn that just because an exercise is fun and feels good, that I can do an unlimited number of reps. That's probably what caused the calf problem in the first place with jumping rope.

Having a blast with company and new snow! Best to you and yours for the holiday also!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-22-2008 11:54 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Carla Tremblay;476141]Hey Steve! I'm glad to hear your wife is doing okay now! :)[/quote]

Carla,

Thank you so much! She is doing just fantastically!! As a type II diabetic, it just floored the doctor that he was able to remove Chery's brace after only six weeks. He'll evaluate the shoulder in another two weeks and if all is well, she'll being physical therapy. Her range of motion (she's been doing her own set of careful exercises) is just amazing for such a short recovery time.

Best wishes to you and yours for the holidays!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-22-2008 11:55 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Chris Scott;476589]Glad y'all are doing well, Steve. Merry Christmas![/quote]

Thank you, Chris. Merry Christmas to you and yours also!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-22-2008 11:59 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Charles Bennington;476750]One egg? I think the last time I ate a single egg I was probably 3 years old.

If you're full of protein and fat you don't have room for junk. I would suggest dropping grains and sugar all together for a bit and evaluating how you feel.[/quote]

Hi Chuck,

I think you're pretty much right on the money. A small amount of the good fats (olive oil, etc.) is OK as I understand it. I use no sugar except for my coffee and have recently discovered stevia. I'm trying it as a substitute altogether for sugar.

At any rate, I think I'm paying the price for my poor eating and not having worked out for a couple of weeks.........

Thanks again for the support and recommendations! Merry Christmas!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-23-2008 12:03 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Lee Ann McCall;476934]Hi Steve!

Just stopping by to say Happy Holidays to you and yours. I wish you a bunch of happy memories!

I'm with you on the redirecting the diet thing, although I am not sure the holidays really lends itself to that. I'll be struggling right there with you.

Take care and all the best![/quote]

Hi Lee Ann,

Thank you so much! Yup......the dietary intake the past week or so has been pretty dreadful. I definitely felt my poor eating today and should not have any problem, holidays notwithstanding, getting back on the wagon.

Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas to you and yours!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-23-2008 12:22 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Saturday, 12/20/08[/B][/U][B]:

[I]Easy walk with daughter.
[/I][/B][I]Approx. 2 miles over icy and hilly roads near our place. 50:00.
[B]Shovel ice/snow at end of driveway. [/B]30:00.

[B]Nutrition:
Brunch:
[/B]Large chicken salad
5 oz chicken
1/2 C mushrooms
1 Tbsp bluecheese crumbles
2 Tbsp balsamic vinaigrette dressing
16 oz. coffee w/stevia and creamer

[B]Dinner:
[/B]1 1/2 C approx broccoli beef stir fry (homemade)
medium dinner salad w/ 2 Tbsp cabernet vinaigrette

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp natural peanut butter
_________________________________________________________
[/I][U][B]Sunday, 12/21/08[/B][/U][I][B]:

REST DAY

Nutrition:

Breakfast:
[/B]1 oz cheddar cheese
1 small blueberry granola bar
coffee w/ creamer, raw sugar

[B]Lunch:
[/B][/I][I]2 egg omelet w/cheddar cheese, onions, and bell pepper
6 oz. homemade black bean chili
1 slice whole grain bread.
16 oz. coffee w/stevia and creamer[/I]

[I][B]Dinner:
[/B]6 oz lean, tri tip, BBQ'd
Medium dinner salad w/cabernet vinaigrette dressing

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp natural peanut butter
[/I]

Stephen R. Lampl 12-23-2008 12:39 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Monday, 12/22/08[/B][/U][B]:

[/B][I][B]Warm up:
Versa Climber - [/B]10:00 / 80 SPM / 12" approx. steps / HR to 130.
[B]CFWU X 2. [/B]Included shoulder pass throughs and 5 kipping pull-ups

[B]WOD: "Cindy"
AMRAP in 20:00 of:
5 pull-ups
10 push-ups
15 squats

[/B]Really felt the poor eating and lack of exercise over the last two weeks. Got 4 rounds in 4:02 before running out of steam, feeling ill, and stopping. HR to 164. YUK!

Recovery - - approx. ten minutes.

[B]Kipping pull-up work.
5 X 10 sets = 50 !! [COLOR=Red]PR by default!
[/COLOR][/B][COLOR=Red][COLOR=Black]Rested about 1 min between each set.[/COLOR][/COLOR][B][/B][COLOR=Red]
[B][COLOR=Black]Spinning: [/COLOR][/B][COLOR=Black]10:00 / L3 / 120 RPM / dist ? / HR 117
_____________________________________________________________

[B]Nutrition:
Brunch:
[/B]2 eggs, fried
2 strips bacon
1 piece whole wheat breat w/1 tsp butter
coffee w/stevia and creamer

[B]Dinner: [/B](Dined out with close friends of over thirty years)
Gourmet mushroom cheeseburger
medium dinner salad with vinaigrette dressing
Small quantity (est 1/2 to 3/4 C) shoestring french fried potatoes with fresh garlic.

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp natural peanut butter

[B]Water:

[/B]Approx. 120 oz today. Sloshing like an overfilled bucket......Also, haven't been able to pass a rest room all evening......
[/COLOR][/COLOR]

[/I]

Justin McGinley 12-23-2008 07:19 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[QUOTE=Stephen R. Lampl;477047]

[B]Kipping pull-up work.
5 X 10 sets = 50 !! [COLOR=Red]PR by default!
[/COLOR][/B][/QUOTE]

Nice!

It's great to see your kip has fallen into place.

Carla Tremblay 12-23-2008 10:14 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
I'm envious of your kipping!! Nice work Steve! :pepper: <--- kipping pepper!

Charles Bennington 12-23-2008 05:37 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Remember how you fought and fought with that disappearing single pull-up in the not so distant past? You're one of my WOLog inspirations!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-23-2008 11:54 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Justin McGinley;477132]Nice!

It's great to see your kip has fallen into place.[/quote]

Funny how you try and try and wonder why it just doesn't happen. Then all of a sudden, you're doing it! Thanks for all your encouragement, Justin! Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Stephen R. Lampl 12-23-2008 11:58 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Carla Tremblay;477300]I'm envious of your kipping!! Nice work Steve! :pepper: <--- kipping pepper![/quote]

Gosh, thanks Carla! Shore does feel guuuud to be doin' it!!! [I][B]LOVE[/B][/I] the Kipping Pepper.....:pepper: !!!!!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-24-2008 12:03 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Charles Bennington;478095]Remember how you fought and fought with that disappearing single pull-up in the not so distant past? You're one of my WOLog inspirations![/quote]

Hi, Chuck! Yup, I remember all too well. What is so amazing is that it seems if one can keep whittling away at it, their "shortcomings" get resolved. My shoulders have been so tight and weak and I have come to realize that my lower lats are also weak. Well.........my lower lats now are sore like they never have been and I really am feeling all those PUs in my shoulders.

I cannot thank you enough for your encouragement and for all the amazing things you post here in your log. You are doing stuff I'd never dream the human body would be capable of. [I][B]Rock on, my friend. Merry Christmas![/B][/I]

Stephen R. Lampl 12-24-2008 12:28 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Tuesday, 12/23/0[/B][/U][B][U]8[/U]:[/B]

[I][B]FUNCTIONAL WORKOUT
Snow Shoveling and Snow Blower Wrangling...[/B][/I]1 hour 15 minutes, approx. [I]Moved approx. 400 cubic feet of snow.

[/I][I]Was originally going to try (or at least, consider the main page WO, but 6-7" of new snow derailed that idea). Besides, I'm sore from the kipping pull-ups. I don't remember my lower lats EVER being this sore. Shoulders are right behind the lats.......Excuses, excuses.........

[B]Nutrition:
Breakfast - - [/B]Omelet.
2 eggs
2 oz (?) cheddar cheese
2 strips bacon, crumbled
1/4 C + sliced mushrooms
2 Tbsp sour cream
16 oz coffee w/creamer and raw sugar

[B]Lunch:
[/B]Large salad w/mixed greens
2 oz. approx. lean tri-tip
1 Tbsp blue cheese crumbles
2 Tbsp Cabernet vinaigrette dressing

[B]Snack:
[/B]Protein bar - 30g protein

[B]Dinner:
[/B]Grilled chicken sandwich on sourdough
6 oz chicken breast
1 oz swiss cheese
2 strips crumbled bacon
Medium dinner salad
Mixed greens w/diced onion, fake bacon bits, 1 Tbsp grated parmesan cheese, 2 Tbsp blue cheese dressing.

[B]Snack:
[/B]I medium apple.

[B]Water:
[/B]80 oz, approx.
[/I]

Bob Guere 12-24-2008 09:37 AM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
Snow, snow, snow. What, do you live in the mountains or something? HA! Rest is good, but doing the WOD when sore is not necessarily "bad". I think you're of sufficient age to know the difference though!

Merry Christmas to you and yours as well Steve! Here's to a great 2009!

Helen Lawson 12-24-2008 12:17 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[QUOTE=Stephen R. Lampl;477047][B]Kipping pull-up work.
5 X 10 sets = 50 !! [COLOR=Red]PR by default!
[/COLOR][/B][/QUOTE]

Hi Steve. Great Kipping work! Just curious...Are you doing the "hip kip" or the gymnastics kip?

Have a great holiday!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-24-2008 02:32 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Bob Guere;478514]Snow, snow, snow. What, do you live in the mountains or something? HA! Rest is good, but doing the WOD when sore is not necessarily "bad". I think you're of sufficient age to know the difference though!

Merry Christmas to you and yours as well Steve! Here's to a great 2009![/quote]

Yo Robert!

[I][B]Snow, snow, snow. What, do you live in the mountains or something? HA! [/B][/I]The resident forum comedian today! Rock on!

You are absolutely correct on going ahead and doing the WOD, even if sore. My shoulders, biceps, and lower lats are so sore though, I could barely move at times yesterday. Ibuprofen was my best friend........'Course, my grip was fried too, but I didn't realize that until I tried to horse that snowblower around. You have to hold the auger and drive levers down - - there is no lock. Almost needed another person to pry my hands off the machine........Hey, on the good side, I know my WO paid off. I worked the things that needed work. Now to GTG......

Blessings to you and yours!

Stephen R. Lampl 12-24-2008 02:52 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[quote=Helen Lawson;478612]Hi Steve. Great Kipping work! Just curious...Are you doing the "hip kip" or the gymnastics kip?

Have a great holiday![/quote]

Hi Helen,

Boy, you've got me there. Is there a difference? :D

I need to go to the gymnastics links on the CF Main Page and look that up. Whichever I am doing, it sure is efficient. I really feel the lack of flexibility in my shoulders and my poor lower lat strength. My biceps also could use work. Funny how you pray for things, then they all of a sudden fall into place (Yea!! Kips!!). Then you [I][B]"FEEL"[/B][/I] your shortcomings. It's like, "Yup, I [I][B]knew[/B][/I] I needed to work on those areas!!

Take care and enjoy your Christmas! Gotta cook, bake, and ensure I don't partake.......kinda rhymes, doesn't it!

Erin Davidson 12-24-2008 07:11 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
YAY SNOW SHOVELING~! :snow:

[B][COLOR="SeaGreen"]Merry Christmas, Steve![/COLOR][/B]

Carla Tremblay 12-25-2008 04:22 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
I hope you're having a wonderful Christmas Day Steve! :)

Stephen R. Lampl 12-26-2008 01:57 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[U][B]Wednesday, 12/24/08:[/B][/U]

[I][B]GTG Grocery Shopping for tomorrow. .......

Nutrition: [/B]Getting back on track, and the holidays aren't even over.....Yea!

[B]Breakfast: [/B](Late riser today.....)
16 oz coffee w/cream and stevia....trying this route for a sweetener.

[B]Lunch:[/B]
3 oz. lean pastrami
1 oz low-fat Swiss cheese
2 small (= one regular) slice sourdough bread

[B]Dinner:
[/B]6 oz. very lean, organically raised tri-tip
1/2 C steamed corn

[B]Snack:
[/B]1 medium apple
2 Tbsp natural peanut butter[/I][U][B]

Thursday, 12/25/08:[/B][/U] [B][SIZE=5][COLOR=DarkGreen]MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!![/COLOR][/SIZE][/B][SIZE=5][COLOR=DarkGreen][COLOR=Black][SIZE=2]

[I][B]A little late posting this, but here it is.....

WOD:
Snow dish and toboggan runs w/ 33 year old daughter.....
[/B]Go to top of hill, ride down.
6 rounds.
Repeat
[B]Build snowman.
[/B]Total time = 1 hour 15 min. approx.

[B]Nutrition:
Breakfast (Late)
[/B]1/2 C organic cottage cheese
1/2 C blueberries and raspberries
16 oz coffee w/cream and stevia

[B]No lunch (Turkey Dinner baking)

Christmas Dinner:
[/B]6 oz baked turkey (butter, bacon, red onion, and Sierra Nevada ale basted)
1/2 C mashed organic potatoes
1/2 C broccoli w/ homemade cheese sauce (2 Tbsp)
Relish tray goodies (baby carrots, organic pickles, green olives) est 1/2 C.
1 C organic sparkling apple juice (unsweetened)

[B]Note: [/B]I was absolutely STUFFED with the above meal. This is probably one-third of what I've eaten in the past. Left the table full, but feeling great!!!

[B]Snack:[/B] (Here's where I blew it, but today's Christmas, so who's pointing fingers, [B]HMMMMM???[/B])
Approx. 2 oz dark chocolate in various forms......
More coffee w/cream, stevia for sweetener.

[B]Water:
[/B]60 + oz.
[/I][/SIZE][/COLOR][/COLOR][/SIZE]

Justin McGinley 12-26-2008 06:48 PM

Re: The Bassman's Log (Steve Lampl)
 
[QUOTE=Stephen R. Lampl;479495]
WOD:
Snow dish and toboggan runs w/ 33 year old daughter.....
[/B]Go to top of hill, ride down.
6 rounds.
Repeat
[B]Build snowman.
[/B]Total time = 1 hour 15 min. approx.
[/QUOTE]

Awesome. I haven't built a snowman a years. Always a good time.


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