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Sunday 04 October 2009

Posted by The Coach on October 3rd, 2009

“If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it,  then what you are undergoes a transformation.” J. Krishnamurti.

“Pain itself destroys pain. Suffering itself frees man from suffering.” J. Krishnamurti

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13 Responses to “Sunday 04 October 2009”

  1. andrew said

    There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning. Krishnamurti

  2. Biljana said

    Food Diary

    Late Breakfast – Paleo Pancake & Banana
    Afternoon Tea – Green Apple
    Late Lunch – Avocado & Prawns, Blueberries,Strawberries & Pineapple
    Dinner – Probably Corned Beef (in the slow cooker now mmmmmm… smells good) & Garlic Cauliflower Mash

    Activity today – Just a lazy Sunday pottering about the house. 🙂

  3. gus said

    bfast: bacon, egg, paleo pancake thing
    snack: pistachios, caveman cookie
    lunch: leftover mince, eggs
    snack: chicken, pistachios, cookie
    dinner (yet to be had): pork belly, salad

    activity: went to the beach with my dog, ran around, swam, got sandy.

    hmm.. now i think it’s time to watch rocky II

  4. gus said

    also, i decided to see what a day would be like without coffee or any other caffeine…

    it was very tiring!

  5. Will said

    Breakfast: None (Forgot)
    Snack: Fruit
    Lunch: Perfect day to host a BBQ for the NRL and F1 – Steak, Salad, 4x Beers
    Snack: Left over BBQ
    Dinner: Left over BBQ
    Snack: I assume left over BBQ 😉 Made sure I cooked enough for the remainder of the day.

    Activity: Ripping down some crazy vine thing out the back. It was hard work!

  6. michelle said

    Paleo Day 14

    Breakfast: Omelette with Banana, Walnuts and Cinnamon

    Snack: Fruit Salad

    Lunch: Some almonds and a boiled egg

    Dinner: Turkey and vegie stirfry with garlic, ginger and lemongrass.

    Snack later on tonight will be some dried fruit.

    Activity: tried Bikram Yoga for the first time. Man, was it sweaty!! 🙂

  7. The Cell said

    A day without coffee Gusman!!! This is a family site. Stop swearing!!! hahahahaha 😛

    Food
    Brekky: Banana Omelette, Long Black
    Snack: Caveman Banana Nut Bite
    Lunch: Salmon with Cous Cous Salad (Not Paleo) and Hot chips!!! Couldn’t resist. They are a big weakness of mine. And a long black.
    Snack: Caveman Banana Nut Bite. About a cup and a half of blueberries and rasberries.
    Dinner: Tuscan Meatballs (Not sure if Paleo. Ate at mum and dad’s. Probably not)

    Day 2 of the ASCA Level 2 S & C Course. Just as long and boring as the first day. Can someone remind me why we’re bothering! 😛

    Train hard
    Jase

  8. gus said

    so have you two learnt how to lift weights properly yet? 😛

  9. Back on the red dirt!

    Breakfast – paleo cookie and kiwi
    Lunch – apple
    (way too little protein by this point)
    Dinner – bbq chicken, roasted veggies, salad with avocado

  10. The Cell said

    No way mate! Still got part 2 next weekend!! We may have some idea by then!! 🙂

    Jase

  11. Chanel said

    let’s just say yesterday was a non paleo day by the time it was finished 🙂

  12. Jane said

    Wk 2 over already – and its gone pretty easy I never thought I would be able to give up yoghurt, but I have, it definitely helps having to post what I eat to keep me on track 🙂

    6.30am Breakfast
    sweet potato, pumpkin, 2 x hard boiled eggs (no yolks) ooil + unsweetened applesauce 1 x peach pattie

    9am Snack
    750ml accelerade + dates, raisins, walnuts, almonds = 1 x accelerade gel (taken before and during race)

    12noon Snack
    Paleo recovery drink + 1 x apple + 1 x peach pattie

    1.30pm Lunch
    Chicken salad + bowl fresh fruit salad

    6.30pm Dinner
    Paleo shepherds pie + stir fry veggies

    8pm Snack
    1/2 kiwi, blueberries, lsa, linseed, walnuts, almonds, shredded coconut + coconut milk

    Activity:
    Team cycle race in Pinjarra (only did 45km) up all the way out, pretty hard going, but the way back was brill – I clocked 62 km/h at one point and I was braking!!!!

    Notes:
    I tried the breakfast suggested in the paleo newsletter for pre-workouts again and found I was feeling really full. I was glad I had nearly 3 hours from eating to racing to let it digest, but I rode really well and managed to not blow up (which usually happens, but we did only race 45km and usually the races are longer). I’ll be interested to see if this type of food sustains me for a longer race.

  13. gusman said

    what newsletter have you signed up to, jane?

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