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Days are Now a Gym-Home-Gym Sandwich

My day started at the gym as it often does.  I snuck in my workout at 5:30 and then photographed the 6 a.m. class for our Facebook page.

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I got home around 7:30 and spent some time with the kids before shuffling them off to school.

Once they were out of the house, the music went on and I started to clean like a mad woman. With Thanksgiving around the corner I had a lot of ground to over. It was really needed,  too.

I headed back to the gym around noon, knocked off a few things on the to-do and then planned out the Fit Kid’s class.

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The Husband dropped off our boys for class and we had a few other kids join us. They did great!

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I stuck around a bit to take a photo or two of the evening classes…

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… and then took the kids to Chick-fil-A

Once we got home it was bath and bed for the kids and I had a load of laundry waiting for me to fold.

Now that I recapped it, my day sounds pretty boring and uneventful but it was really great!

Today’s food looked like…

Pre-workout: Banana

Post-workout: 2:1:1 recovery shake made with 1/2 scoop after my workout

Breakfast: Leftover shrimp pasta with broccoli

Lunch: Leftover Lentil Soup With Ground Turkey and Kale

Snack: Protein bar while working, my stomach was growling.

Dinner: Chick-Fil-A cobb salad with double grilled chicken, a few of the kids’ fries and 3 nuggets.

Snack: Hot cocoa and mint tea — 2nd night it worked like a charm to prevent unneeded and unwanted snacking!

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About Mehmood Esmail

Mehmood Esmail
Hi, I am Mehmood Esmail, there have been severe health issues in my family, like cancer, heart attacks, stroke, kidney stones, IBS, etc. Where we live, in Africa, health facilities are basic. Thus it becomes imperative that we hnow what is happenining to us and how to look after ourselves, and where possible, how to prevent serious illnesses.

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