For those of you who work personally with me you know that I ALWAYS have a large serving of veggies with my evening meal. Bulikng my meals with veggies has been my JAM since living the macro counting lifestyle, not to mention a lifesaver for those times when I simply just feel like eating a lot and don't want to blow my grams! I also find that I do a lot better staying on track if I always have some veggies prepped to eat for the week.
So, I made this for dinner tonight, & made extra for the next few days. Because if you're going to cook....you might as well make it worth your while, right?
I've shared the way I've roasted my veggies with my clients, but for those of you who are not, here is how I do it!
Preheat the oven to 450. Line a cookie sheet with tin foil, & spray it with PAM cooking spray.
Cut up all your veggies. (You can really do pretty much anything.) spread them out evenly on your pan. Sprinkle with the seasonings of your choice. Tonight I used salt, pepper and Trader Joes Seasonoing Salute, but you can get creative and use whatever you like. I am also a fan of Mrs. Dash seasonings and/or Lawreys Season Salt.
Next you can either drizzle them with olive oil (be sure to measure if you do this) if you have a significant amount of fat grams to spend in order to hit your #'s, OR spray them w/PAM cooking spray if you want to spare some of those fat gram's. I always spray with PAM because I like to spend my fat grams on other things throughout the day.
Cook for 30-35 mins (this depends on how thick you cut your veggies, & which veggies you have cooking.) Check them 1/2 way through to make sure they don't burn.
I always put the starchy vegetables (today it was sweet potatoes) on top of all the veggies because they usually take the longest to cook.
ENJOY! Roasted veggies ROCK!
Are you meal prepping today? Are you a leftovers person?? I hope you're having a fabulous Sunday! Xoxoxo Emily
Triceps Training performed late last week with Chest.
3 types of extension work, all on the cable machine. I've stayed before that I enjoy changing between free weight and cable. Different tension and angles to attack. The goal will continue to be creating separation! I'm cutting and I won't be packing on muscle but I can sure create better lines and symmetry. Try each on of these exercises out!
And Rev Grip...
Each gives you a different tri head and angle of attack.
Short head worked with close Grip while the long head is attacked with D Bar and Rev Grip.
Then after we did accessories. I did like 9 1/2 of hamstring curls at 65 lol (I think that's 65). I would struggle with 20lbs starting out 😱😬 and I did a superset with leg extensions and leg presses for 3 rounds. Before this we also did some butt exercise with like a t-bar row butt squeeze lol idk what it's called followed by elevated lunges. And I was done for the day. It's not a lot but it kicked my butt🤷🏻♀️
I did not wake up like this... I changed my lifestyle for this. I workout late for this, I changed the way I ate for this, I sweat for this, I lifted for this, I made this- and so can YOU. @teambossbodies@bpi_sports
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" I CHOOSE to eat healthy foods almost all of the time because I like them and they help me reach my goals. It’s not done with an end date in mind. I’m not dieting until a vacation. I’m not dieting until swimsuit weather. I’m eating how I eat. And occasionally I CHOOSE to eat unhealthy foods, and I do so with a smile on my face. There’s no dieting or cheating, no starving and bingeing, no being faithful and then cheating. I love my normal routine, composed of mostly healthy foods, that also happen to taste delicious. I also like occasionally eating something not so healthy.
And that’s normal. No Dark Side necessary."
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