Happy Wednesday! I'm coming at ya a little later than normal thanks to not having to work today :) It was nice to sleep in a little, but now I've got a lot I need to do before heading up to Virginia later today. That being said, let's just jump right in to today's post!Holiday Sweat Challenge (much like the Holiday Bootie Buster Challenge I've done the last two years) focuses on exercise and healthy eating during the holiday season! The challenge started this week, so not only to I record points for workouts, but I get a point for each day that I eat 5-7 servings of fruits and vegetables. I get another point for drinking 8 glasses of water a day, too.
So, let's take a look at my eats from Tuesday and see if I got my fruits+veggies point! As always, thank you to Jenn for the link-up! Head over to her blog to see what other bloggers are eating!
I didn't get a picture, but I had a snack-bag of Goldfish crackers and slices of half of a green pepper. Add another veggie to the count!
Afternoon Snack #2
Again, no picture, but I was still kind of hungry after work. I had a Nature Valley Protein Bar. These are really good to fill me up and satisfy my sweet tooth, since the bottom has dark chocolate on it :)
Annette's blog! I was really excited to try these out.
I went straight to the gym after work and completed a 25-minute, 2 mile run/walk on the treadmill before a 30-minute BodyPump Express class. It felt good to finish off my work week with a good workout.
Well, after looking at my meals, I did a great job of getting in all of my fruits and veggies for the day! I'm really excited and motivated for the Holiday Sweat Challenge this year (I'm sure Baby Fish has something to do with it), and I'm hoping to ride that excitement and motivation all the way through to New Year's Day!
Just so y'all know, I won't have a post for your tomorrow, but I'll be back on Friday. I hope that all my US readers have a very happy Thanksgiving. Be safe while traveling! To all my other readers, I hope you have a great rest of the week :)
Question for you: What are some of your favorite ways to up your fruit and veggie intake?