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Sunday..finally a day of rest..almost!

As can be seen by the food diary below, the Nachos have done some damage. We are having the leftover slab tonight. Tomorrow will resume the diet and training regiment.

May 5, 2012

FOODS Calories Carbs Fat Protein Cholest Sodium Sugars Fiber
Breakfast
Van’s All Natural Wheat Gluten Free – Correct – Waffles, 2 Waffles 230 39g 7g 2g 0mg 800mg 8g 2g
Lunch
Smuckers – Grape Jelly, 1 tbs (20g) 50 13g 0g 0g 0mg 5mg 12g 0g
Van’s – Gluten Free Blueberry Waffles, 2 waffles 230 39g 7g 2g 0mg 380mg 5g 1g
Peter Pan – Crunchy Peanut Butter, 2 tbsp 190 6g 16g 8g 0mg 110mg 3g 3g
Dinner
Qdoba Mexican Grill – Three Cheese Nachos- Chips, Grilled Chicken, Queso, Black Beans, Cheese, and Sour Cream, 8.17 oz 565 43g 32g 25g 105mg 795mg 2g 10g
Snacks
Alcohol: Jose Cuervo Gold – Tequila, 8 ounce 552 0g 0g 0g 0mg 0mg 0g 0g
Jose Cuervo – the Original Margarita Mix, 32 fl.oz. 880 224g 0g 0g 0mg 440mg 192g 0g
Liquids
the Coca-Cola Company – Diet Coke, 8 oz 1 0g 0g 0g 0mg 28mg 0g 0g
Diet Sierra Mist – Diet Soda, 12 oz 0 0g 0g 0g 0mg 35mg 0g 0g
Supplements
Bsn – N.O. Xplode, 1 scoop 25 6g 0g 0g 0mg 235mg 0g 0g
Centrum – Centrum Silver Supplement, 1 Tablet 5 2g 0g 0g 0mg 0mg 1g 0g
Nature Made – Iron, 0.25 tablet 0 0g 0g 0g 0mg 0mg 0g 0g
Patenthealth,Llc – Trigosamine, 3 capsules 15 2g 0g 1g 0mg 100mg 0g 0g
TOTAL: 2,973 413g 69g 40g 105mg 2,928mg 223g 16g
EXERCISES Calories Minutes Sets Reps Weight
Cardiovascular
Stair-treadmill ergometer, general 938 60
TOTALS: 938 60 0 0 0

Today was a return to Sunday morning golf.

Although things could have gone better, there was hope.

We started on the 10th hole and the round was full of problems right off the bat. My uncharacteristic struggles form the sand traps is getting annoying. Being in the sand traps isn’t any fun either. The biggest disappointment on the front side was the 9th (18th) hole. I hit a decent drive, a decent second shot and then, a third shot that found the green-side bunker but was pin high and only 10 feet from the cup. A six at worst. I picked the wrong time to hit a sand shot as pure as possible and hit it about 50 yards into the water, followed by a bunch of horrid chipping and putting to end with a 9!

The round continued on a downward path on the first hole of the back nine where I hit a tree, hit a good second shot, hit a third shot into a sand trap and clowned around to eek out an 8. Just as I thought about going home, I hit my tee shot on the par three just off the left side of the green, a fairly easy chip and I was looking at a par. Three putts later, it was a five. The following par 4 had a similar outcome.

On the fourth hole, I hit four good shots to get a par! Of course, this was followed by a butchered chip shot and a three-putt for a five on a par three. On the following two holes, more trips to the sand traps resulted in a double bogey and a bogey. When you are an amateur golfer, this is what is known as just grinding out the round.

On the 17th hole, I hit my second shot, predictably, into a sand trap. A “fried-egg” lie no less. Tealas Dad always said this is the easiest sand shot there is. Guess he is right. I hit a nice shot to within two inches from the cup. A “gimme” par and sandie!

The 18th hole started out with a well hit 5 wood to the center of the fairway, another well hit 6 iron onto the green and a 20 foot putt that came up 5 inches short, for another “gimmie” par.

The putting stroke got better as the round went on and if it hadn’t been for a few concentration lapses, I would have scored much better. Finishing with two near birdies at the end of the round is encouraging.

The rest of today will be spent finishing up the Nachos and relaxing by the pool. I have a busy week next week so, a lot of the workouts will be broken up into either early morning or evening. I’ll see which.

Everyone have a great Sunday!!

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