Thursday, January 10, 2013

Clean Eating vs Coke Zero

I think clean eating is a goofy term, because really, what does it mean? That you wash your food?

Clean eating to a vegetarian is different than clean eating to a paleo person.

Regardless, I shall remove my crown of cynicism and celebrate that I've gone 16 days without caffeine or sucralose. Both of them mess up my digestive system.

So take that, coke zero.

Today's diet plan is a pre-workout Athletic Greens. Later an omelet (will ask for extra spinach), meat and vegetables and salad for lunch (which comes with the high price of lots of cooking oil from the hotel buffet we have delivered to our meeting room), and then a great dinner at an Italian restaurant with Joel Marion, Shaun Hadsall, Mike Westerdal, Shawna Kaminski, Mike Whitfield (soon to be father of his 2nd little boy!), and Dan Long (soon to be world-famous TRX training expert).

Today's Training: Cable supersets in the Marriott gym with presses, rows, triceps, biceps, face pulls, and abs.

One week left to join the 16th Turbulence Training Transformation Contest and win money in one of FOUR categories

That's in addition to the Health, Wealth, and Wisdom transformations you can win money for here:

New TT Podcast now up on Itunes. Just search Turbulence Training. Or listen here to Certified TT Trainer Mikey "Finishers" Whitfield be interviewed by Brian Kalakay. I'll bet they talk about pancakes

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
Add value. Help others. Make the world a better place one small act of kindness at a time. You don’t have to change yourself or the world in a day…just get better each and every single day and help out those around you.

To live an extraordinary life, you must resist an ordinary approach – Frank McKinney

Add value,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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