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Workout Log #1

I've been planning on making a daily log of what I ate and what exercise I did. I discovered that one of the obstacles to this endeavor is the fact that it's so bleepin hard to keep track of what you ate!

But at any rate, we'll never know until we give it a shot, so I'm going to start with a rather non-flattering recount of yesterday.

Here's a list of what I ate throughout the day:

  • one bowl of oatmeal
  • 3 cups of rice
  • 2 saucers of adobo (chicken and pork)
  • 1 saucer of tokwa't baboy
  • 2 tall tumblers of coffee
  • 4 bottles of Red Horse
  • 1 chicken wing, fried
  • 1 small side of fries
  • 1 bag Oishii Caramel Popcorn
  • 3 Duo sandwiches

All in all, it wouldn't have been so bad if it weren't for the beers and the Duo sandwiches.

Here's the kicker:

  • no exercise whatsoever!

Hoo boy. Got my work cut out for me!

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  1. Good luck! The first step is always the hardest, so they say. Putting it out in public should put you in check, consider me one of the fairies sitting on your shoulder ;)

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