Don't you just love the T-shirt Shelley got me from Vegas, baby, Vegas! Maybe that's one to wear it out to my next 'do at the Inlaws, who I don't think have noticed the increase in size of my beautiful chest yet. Yes, indeedy, I do love this shirt - just hilarious:) Miss Shelley and I met up today and did RPM together this morning and today's effort was definitely the best yet. I was able to catch up with all of my participants and show them my belly (I have had a "flat day" today) . I'm getting stronger and stronger with each ride - it's so exciting. We have another RPM "date" on Wednesday, followed by lunch - can't wait :) It's fun being able to participate together. Go and visit her blog, because she's the big bad Birthday girl today.
In the interests of nutting out more about Biosignature, we did each other's skinfolds after the class and Shelley took some photos of me. We have "coach" and "non coach" talk - firstly it was non coach talk:
"I can't believe my butt is sooo flabby" which I then had to change into "coach" talk - "this is my starting platform on my journey to get strong and kickbutt again!". aah, even coaches have their insecurities!
Did a big cook up tonight and made my own sushi rolls for dinner tonight which were very popular with the family and made chicken korma curry in my slow cooker, though you could easily do it in a casserole dish.
2 big heaped tablespoons of Patak's Korma Paste
700g chicken breast, diced
1 big onion, chopped
3-4 tomatoes, chopped
1/3 -1/2 bag baby spinach
200-300g Natural Yoghurt.
Serves 6. Cook onion in a bit of water then dump everything in a casserole dish or slow cooker. Cook on low heat for 3 -4 hours.
Stats: 209.0 cals, 6.8g fat, 29.6g protein, 8.9g carbs Add a bit of rice to this dish and you have a terrific meal that not only tastes darn good but is also good for you