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).

 Get Fit at Whole Foods

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.

 Get Fit at Whole Foods

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.

 Get Fit at Whole Foods

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 Comments on Get Fit at Whole Foods

  1. Amber
    21 October, 2009 at 9:55 pm (5 years ago)

    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. Mama Pea
    21 October, 2009 at 10:24 pm (5 years ago)

    Carrots are my staple. I go through a 10 lb. bag a week. Gosh, that really is bad.

  3. Lara (Thinspired)
    22 October, 2009 at 1:32 am (5 years ago)

    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!

  4. Andrea@WellnessNotes
    22 October, 2009 at 6:13 am (5 years ago)

    The workout sounds great! And I love your “waffled” sandwich!

    I just realized that I really love oats. I didn’t have any yesterday, and I missed them all day…

  5. Justine
    22 October, 2009 at 6:27 am (5 years ago)

    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

  6. Julia (Taste of Living)
    22 October, 2009 at 11:42 am (5 years ago)

    I have never been able to find kabocha over here and I’m so curious. Especially after you combining it with goat cheese!

    xxx Julia (Taste of Living)

  7. Holly
    22 October, 2009 at 1:33 pm (5 years ago)

    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!

  8. Cindy
    22 October, 2009 at 3:19 pm (5 years ago)

    OH that waffle sandwhich looks awesome!

    and goat cheese on kabocha..the sweet and savory!
    MMMMMMMMMM

  9. leslie
    22 October, 2009 at 4:47 pm (5 years ago)

    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!

  10. Elizabeth (The Dallas Celiac)
    22 October, 2009 at 5:04 pm (5 years ago)

    String cheese is definitely a staple for me. I need to work on expanding my staples :)

    The waffle sandwich looks great!

  11. Lynn (The Actors Diet)
    22 October, 2009 at 6:07 pm (5 years ago)

    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!!!

  12. Melissa S.
    22 October, 2009 at 6:43 pm (5 years ago)

    love the waffle sandwich; i need to make one soon!

    and glad you took your time and did so well on those circuits!

  13. Jess
    22 October, 2009 at 7:31 pm (5 years ago)

    Great eats lately girl! Love the waffle sandwich and the oatbran especially!

    Neat workout!
    <3 jess
    xoxo

  14. MarathonVal
    22 October, 2009 at 7:43 pm (5 years ago)

    I went to a new WF today and forgot to look for kabocha squash!! Darnit!!!! I may make a trip back tomorrow just to check ;)

    Have a great night!

  15. smurfette
    22 October, 2009 at 8:10 pm (5 years ago)

    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!

  16. Bekah
    22 October, 2009 at 10:05 pm (5 years ago)

    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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