Weekly Meal and Fitness Plan

Another week means it is time for another weekly meal and fitness plan.  My personality is a planner by nature… so I thrive on routine, schedule and structure.  Knowing what I am eating and what is on my fitness plan for the day helps me not only stay on track with my plan… but is less stressful.

Last week’s meal and fitness plan, was a yummy success.  Although with my husband traveling unexpectedly for work the later part of the week, I didn’t cook some of the meals.  I plan on carrying those meals over to this week.

Get sleep, eat clean, drink water, exercise, repeat

I am heading up a new fitness challenge group, starting July 22nd, and I want to explore new clean eating meals to share with my members.  The fitness side of my day is already planned out, thank goodness for that!

Here is what is in store for my clean eating menu plan as well as fitness plan this week:

Breakfast: Chocolate Peanutbutter Shakeology
Lunch: Spinach Salad topped with steak (left overs)
Dinner:  Breakfast for Dinner
Snacks: Fruit, veggies, jerky
Fitness:  Total Body Circuit (T25) + 3 easy miles

Breakfast:  Shakeology
Lunch: Hard boiled eggs and cheese
Dinner:  Chicken Parmesan w/Balsamic-Roasted Broccoli and whole wheat spaghetti
Snacks: Fruit, Veggies & dip, jerky
Fitness:  Speed 1.0 (T25) + 3 miles speed work

Breakfast:  Peanut butter Shakeology (tastes like a Reece’s peanut butter cup!)
Lunch: Blueberry and Nectarine Salad with Avocado Citrus Vinaigrette
Dinner:  Grilled Pork-Chops and Peaches w/salt and pepper grilled okra
Snacks: Fruit, veggies & dip, cheese stick, jerky
Fitness:  Lower Body Focus (T25) + crossfit?

Breakfast:  Shakeology
Lunch: Picnic lunch on the run (left over salad or dinner)
Dinner:  Braised Lemon-Herb Chicken with Olives w/brown rice and sautéed spinach with bacon
Snacks: Fruit, veggies, jerky, deviled eggs
Fitness:  Cardio (T25) + 3 easy miles

Breakfast:  Shakeology
Lunch: left overs
Dinner:  Pizza Night (our tradition)
Snack: Fruit, Veggies, jerky, nuts
Fitness:  Total Body Circuit & Ab Intervals

Meal plan for the weekend is determined by the health of my grandma (who is in the hospital)
Fitness: 5-8 mile long easy run

I find that when my day is somewhat planned for me, I am less stressed and disorganized.  I like knowing what I am preparing for dinner.  I like knowing what workout I am doing that day… rather than walking aimlessly around the gym or putting off my workout because I don’t feel like doing anything.  Having a plan is a good thing.

If you are interested in more information about my fitness challenge group starting on July 22nd, please send me an email! I would love to share with you more information!

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  1. says

    I love doing meal planning because it fits my personality and I find it helps relieve some stress as well. I also find that if I end up leaving myself feeling starving I will scarf down anything and everything. Meal prep keeps me on track much better. Lindsay at Lean Green Bean is part of what got me going with that again.

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