Get Fit at Whole Foods

Tuesday‘s exercise: the Get Fit with Catra workout (went with Jill) consisted of…

  • 10 standing lunges
  • 10 walking lungues
  • 10 pushups
  • 1 lap around the park (< quarter mile?)

Repeat 3 times.

We also walked to and from the park, so I’d add at least another quarter mile to that. It took about 40 minutes total. I think my time for the 3 cycles was about 10 minutes, but we did stretching before and I’m also counting the walking time. During the day I walked a lot (shopping) and I think I did some of the DVF exercises in the morning.

Wednesday I did the Diane von Furstenburg exercises again. I love these. They are so simple. I did most of them while watching “Faces of Culture“, a video series that I have to watch for one of my anthropology classes. I also walked 2 miles – 1 mile each way to and from the grocery store.

Here are some foods I’ve been meaning to share. Kabocha with goat cheese (why not? It works with parm).

A “grilled” (waffle iron grill) sandwich with a chicken burger from Trader Joe’s, alfalfa sprouts (alfa-alfa is what Bobby calls these), and some cheddar. Lightly buttered on the outside for crispiness.

A classic bowl of oat bran. Oat bran, ground flax, coconut flakes, protein powder, cinnamon, vanilla, salt (always). Topped (post-picture) with real maple syrup. Real maple syrup appears on all of my oat bran bowls now. It is a staple. This bowl was put in the freezer for 10+ minutes after cooking.

Do you have a “staple” food? Mine is certainly kabocha, all the darn time. Others that make frequent appearances include oat bran, homemade ketchup, and stir-frys. Nut butters go in and out, depending on how I feel. Recently I have been rather obsessed with burdock as well.

17 Replies to “Get Fit at Whole Foods”

  1. So cool you found a free and FUN workout at whole foods! I wish my schedule allowed for me to check out my whole foods classes. BTW I use Mrs. Myers too! Love that stuff!! That waffe sandwich looks cool!! why sis I think you were a veg? BTW what school do you go to? I go to CSU Eastbay.

  2. I think yogurt is definitely my staple. Just plain, nonfat yogurt…Greek if I’m feeling rich. Maybe I should follow in your and Mama Pea’s footsteps and switch my staple food to a veggie!

  3. Great eats girlie! And what a great workout. It makes it so much more enjoyable when you have a partner.

    My staple is nut butter fo sho!! I have decided I am not giving it up no matter what some crazy diet says. Its a permanent staple for me 🙂

    ~Justine

  4. real maple syrup just adds the best flavor to EVERYTHING! ummm, maybe i shall try it on your frittata from last post because that looked AMAZING too!

    my staple? yogurt, nut butter and cereal!

  5. i thought you made a chicken sandwich using waffles when i looked at that picture – ha!

    oatmeal is definitely a staple of mine. greek yogurt, almonds, and spinach/kale/swiss chard too. i rarely go a day without all of those!

    pumpkin and goat cheese is one of my favorite combinations – i bet it was amazing with kabocha!

  6. i love your waffle sandwich – reminds me of chicken and waffles, a very popular thing here in los angeles….glad you found my last post helpful – stay focused on your feelings and be good to yourself!!!

  7. Goat cheese is my favvv! I love it! I need to make that waffle sandwich! awesome. I think my staple is oatmeal right now it’s the best I love it!

  8. I swear every time I read your blog, another thing is added to my list of what to make.
    Staples.. definitely eggs, i eat eggs at least once a day (my parents and I can fly through about 4-8 dozen in a week. i know, scary.) also apples, carrots, peanut butter and oatmeal. that workout looks great!

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