Vampire Run: 4 miles in the stifling heat. Avg. 8:25 min/mile.
Workout: Bryson's workout was a 15 minute AMRAP (as many rounds as possible). We were almost finished with 4 rounds when he called time. So, he challenged us to finish 5 rounds in 20 minutes: 10 floor wipers, 10 russian twists with heavy medicine ball, and 10 burpee with push-ups.
How They Found Crazy as a Mother:
Most people that visit Crazy as a Mother get here because they
I can see the search terms that people have lead here, and some of them are kind of funny. Some are kind of weird. So, I thought I would share them with you:
1. My mom stunk up my whole kitchen
2. Huge edible gummy bear
3. Running mishaps
4. Augustus Gloop up the pipe
5. Birthday Revelry
6. Don't cry demotivational posters
7. Completely restored 1973 MGB
8. Crossfit Reebok Roma
9. Frit vs. fructose
10. Short stack workouts
I did not mispell "frit". Someone else did.
And, It's Wesnesday . . . So Here is What I ate Tuesday:
For dinner on Monday night, I made Genius Gina's (from www.skinnytaste.com) Mexican Slow Cooked Pork Carnitas. I'm pretty sure that I've talked about these before. If you haven't made them yet, you totally should. They cook all day and make the house smell so good. Plus, you can make a bunch and eat on it for days.
So, the point of the story is that, because we had leftovers, I ate left over pulled pork all day on Tuesday. Tuesday was "Pork-Three-Different-Ways Day" or "Porky Tuesday", if you will.
For breakfast, I scrambled 2 egg whites with tomatoes and red peppers. I smeared a queso-flavored Laughing Cow Cheese wedge on Lavash, covered the cheese with the egg mixture, a small amount of pulled pork, and half a 100-calorie packet of Wholly Guacamole.
I then rolled it all up like a burrito and nuked it for 30 seconds. Voila!! A pulled pork breakfast burrito. I chased it with some iced coffee.
The Great and Powerful Oz has a garden out back that has been producing more squash than we know what to do with.
That's right. It's as weird as it looks. Instead of chips, I used lightly steamed squash. I thought I could fool myself since it's the right color. The squash was smothered in pulled pork, black beans, salsa, tomatoes, guacamole, a little cheese, and fat free sour cream.
I've got to say, I actually liked it a lot. It will make repeated appearances this week on my plate.