Home  |  Contact  |  Donations  |  Myspace

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

July 11, 2006 meals and Workout

Meal 1: slept in

Meal 2: Turkey Sandwich on Whole Wheat Bread w/ mayo, mustard, fresh spinich and 1 Apple

Meal 3 and 4: 1 Large Togo's sandwich Whole wheat roll, turkey, lettuce, Pickles, mustard, Mayo
1 half bowl whole wheat spagetti with home made marinara sauce

Water and Vitamins



Standing reclined pull-ups: 3 sets 15 reps
Reclined barbell press w/ 35 lbs: 3 sets 15 reps

Standing (lat?) pull down: 3 sets 15 reps each arm w/ 20 lbs
Romanian dead lift
( standing with barbell in each hand, bend at waist then stand straight and curl) w/ 25lbs each hand 3 sets 15 reps

No cardio today but feeling a little better, will try tomorrow to walk a little


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have a job? Where do you find the time!

2:20 PM, July 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you like seafood? I know that I get tired of turkey and chicken, so I love to throw salmon, halibut, swordfish, shrimp, etc. into the mix. Do you cook or do I need to come over and give you and T lessons? Here's your first one.... Quick and easy way to prepare fish: Place fish on a piece of foil. Drizzle with a bit of olive oil, some salt/pepper, put some fresh spices (dill or rosemary), and then seal it up. Bake in the oven on 350 for 20 minutes or until flakey. I then steam some veggies and it all finishes about the same time. Enjoy :)


3:37 PM, July 12, 2006  
Blogger thehealingroom said...

mmm. Kristen, that sound great.
Thanks for the recipe.

4:46 PM, July 12, 2006  
Blogger Billy Guilfoyle said...


3:11 AM, July 13, 2006  
Blogger Sean Perkey said...

Anonymous: Yes I do work but I have cut my hours back to focus on my health. My job involves sitting down for 8 hours daily and I needed to make a change. Normally I do all of this work on the blog at night because i have pretty bad insomnia right now...I'm hoping that will improve and when it does I'll probably cut back my detailed responses to every post

Kristen: Thank you for the recipe and of course you are welcome to swing on through and teach me better cooking skills any day ;) uuum to answer your question..I really do NOT like fish at all. Never developed a taste for it and i really don't plan to. I have a very simple palette and am slow to take up new foods...got anything for chicken?
Looks like you have a couple of fans Kristen! :)

3:21 AM, July 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Sean,

Well I guess that leaves more lobster for the rest of us ;)

Yep, I have plenty of chicken & turkey recipes and they are all about quick and easy weeknight meals.

First of all how about pizza? If you are getting that pizza crave then try this. Take a wheat pita bread (the pitas are like thick tortillas - you can actually cut the end off and stuff them with your favorite sandwich makings), spread your favorite marinara on it, place turkey pepperoni on top, and then some low fat (or non fat, I personally think a little fat isn't that bad) cheese. Bake in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes or until cheese melts.

Another version that I do is to shred some chicken up and mix it with a small amount of BBQ sauce (I know that you really have to watch your sugar, so perhaps the marinara is better?), add some chopped red onion, and fresh cilantro (you may prefer basil if you use the marinara sauce), and then top with some cheese. Bake same as above.

Fajitas are another quick and easy meal. Cut up some onions, bell peppers, mushrooms and chicken, stir fry in a little olive oil, add a little salt, pepper, cumin, garlic, and then serve in a warm wheat tortilla with some fresh avocado on top.

Taco salad/tacos: Brown some ground turkey in a pan along with some onions and garlic. Stir in a taco seasoning packet. Use the meat for tacos with lettuce, tomatoes, salsa, and avocado. I place a large amount of lettuce in a bowl, top it with some of the meat, chopped tomatoes, green onions, black beans, corn, avocado and salsa. I use salsa for the dressing.

Here's another one. Cut up some chicken and stir fry it in a little olive oil. Remove the chicken from the pan. Saute some garlic, onions and mushrooms in the pan, until tender. Add a can of fat free cream of mushroom soup. I usually taste it and then adjust salt and peper and whatever else spice catches my fancy. Add the chicken back in and heat up. Serve over wheat noodles or rice.

Do any of those sound good? The cooking lesson can be redeemed at any time, but I will put you and T to work. No sitting and watching me do the work; we will all have the aprons on! ;)

I'm so glad that you had fun at the Sammies and that your friends did so great. I've seen Justin perform before and he is amazing!


12:49 PM, July 13, 2006  
Blogger Roy said...

Kristen, you're making me hungry...

9:13 PM, July 14, 2006  
Blogger Sean Perkey said...

Wow, roy you ain't kidding!

kristen: be careful i may just take you up on that! I'll let you know how it goes as soon as I get a chance to try some of these! Yuum! Thanks! **Print/file**

11:14 PM, July 14, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great site, how do you build such a cool site, its excellent.

1:27 AM, July 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find some information here.

7:32 AM, July 21, 2006  
Anonymous cialis said...

Hello, I do not agree with the previous commentator - not so simple

4:17 AM, November 24, 2010  

Post a Comment

<< Home