Cake wrote:I wake up and have 2 apples. An hour later, I go for a run. And hour later, I have a yogurt and an orange. 2 hours later, the salad with fish.2 hours later, a small snack consisting of peanut butter and oats. 1 hour later, walk a mile with the vest. 1 hour later, eat some lean meat. 1 hour later, walk another mile with the vest. 1 hour later, some veggies, and 1 hour later, 1 more mile. The excercise and eating is spaced out. I'm neither starving myself, nor over exerting myself.
But if I'm going to get sick everytime I eat a salad, I'm going to find a different plan, really quick.
I would say that would be fine if you were going to exercise so much, but maybe you should consider a bigger breakfast? I don't think you're giving yourself enough energy in what you're eating to support the running the walking with (and without) the weighted vest and the push ups and sit ups you want to tack on. I'd suggest finding out how many calories you're burning w/ the exercising and shift your diet accordingly.
My friend is studying to do this kind of stuff for a living, and I think I'd be remiss in my duties as a friend to not point people in her direction as far as this topic is concerned (but if you don't want to talk to her, that's cool)
Also, just think about how guilty you'll feel after having the pizza!