50 Box jump, 24 inch box
50 Jumping pull-ups
50 Kettlebell swings, 1 pood
Walking Lunge, 50 steps
50 Knees to elbows
50 Push press, 45 pounds
50 Back extensions
50 Wall ball shots, 20 pound ball
50 Double unders
So you are a busy person and you find yourself away from the kitchen and your refrigerator that is well stocked with all the zone/paleo food that you fuel yourself with. (You have realized that Nutrition is worth the effort and ultimately accounts for most of what we do-Right?) With a little creativity and investigation you can avoid dietary dilemma. Here are 2 scenarios from my week that required improvisation.
1. Lilyanna and I needed to run errands and get the car inspected. It was bringing us past lunch, which we though we'd be home for, and we ate an early breakfast. Neither of us do well with grains/gluten so it's not easy to find something convenient. But The Subway in Deer Crossing came to the rescue! All you have to do is ask them to make any of the sandwiches into a salad. We got Sweet Onion Teryaki with an oil based dressing and it was a balanced, delicious, wallet friendly lunch. (Mine had more veggies than Lilyanna's)
Ok-bottom of the barrel- I did training's from 4-6 and had a 7 o'clock training in Dennis. I didn't have food to bring with me and didn't have time to go home-especially since I needed gas for the car if I planned on getting there. Initially I thought that I was going to have to settle for a protein bar. I don't like them because they are filled with sugar most of the time and have all kinds of funky ingredients. With a little more searching and even asking the attendant if they had any fruit-I ended up finding 6oz of sliced turkey breast with a valid expiration date, an apple, and some almonds. Trow in a water and you aren't doing too shabby for yourself considering that you went to the mobil.
So there it is-just a couple of ideas that may aid you along the way even if you are a busy person.
Admittedly you only have 2 choices if you are going to the fair. I looked and there aren't any healthy choices at the fair. You can either-1. Eat until you are full before going. Or- 2. Go-Nuts the fair only comes once a year! (The kids stayed gluten free with chilli-cheese fries and Del's Lemonade)