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Monday Morning...

Monday, March 01, 2010

Monday morning....March, it's gonna start warming up soon!

My glucose was @107 this morning!

I had a pretty decent weekend, some work and some down time. I'm going to get crackin' and do my early morning sit-ups and walkinghere pretty quick, later this morning I have Chest & Arms for strength training & then I'll do another set of walking laps tonight after dinner.

I'm a little concerned about my right knee...a few really sharp pains yesterday...I'm going to watch it and probably hold off on doing any squats for a day or so to see how it feels....I cannot afford an injury at this point.

Watching the hockey game was really exciting yesterday...almost

I have a plan in place and specific goal for this coming week...I just have to connect the dots and do my best.

Oh yeah...I forgot I was going to mention these cool things my wife made for Sunday lunch...Bananna pancakes...but no flour, using the banana mushed up for texture and binding, whipped w/egg whites, a little splenda and cinnamon, a little skim milk....served hot, plain w/ a few fresh strawberries....Dude...they were awesome! Calories 85, Fats 2.1, Carbs 12, Proteins 3.3 for 2

Really good if you miss having pancakes!

I hope everybody has a great Monday! Ryan
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  • RYLEE381
    the pancakes sound great! You're an inspiration and i'll be watching your progres, hopefully with my own :)
    4129 days ago
    You and DW sound like an AWESOME TEAM!

    SPARK ON! :-)

    4130 days ago
    Ryan, it seems like so many of us want your pancake recipe. always looking for healthy recipes. Keep up the great work you're doing. And, as for your knee, if it continues to hurt, make sure you get it checked. We're all rooting for you!!! emoticon
    4130 days ago
  • TEDYBEAR2838
    Ryan, the pancakes sound great. So you put them in the pan, just like pancakes. Can I have the exact recipe? Share with us please!
    4130 days ago
    Hi Ryan!
    The "pancakes" sound great! I'm going to try them! Let her know that you've Sparked a lot of people with her recipe!
    I know what you mean about being worried about your knee. I had taken the weekend "off" from working out because of my Left knee. I did go back to the gym today, but my workout was much smaller than usual. Hang in there. Be careful. I, too, feel like I can't afford another injury at this point (I am still nursing a shoulder injury too). I'm terrified that if I can't work out, I'll gain weight. Craziness!
    Have a great evening!!!
    4130 days ago
    Sounds fantastic! You are fortunate to have your own personal chef! LOL!

    Have a great week Ryan...
    4130 days ago
    Those sound yummy. Could she post the recipe?

    I think you've been doing a great job connecting the dots and doing absolutely awesome!
    4130 days ago
  • GLO-RI-A
    The banana pancakes sound delicious! I'm going to try them soon.
    I want to congratulate your attitude! Your'e doing great! emoticon emoticon
    4130 days ago
    Yes, do take care of those knees.

    4130 days ago
  • RIQUI1
    Wow! Those pancakes do sound great! I am going to have to try that!

    Your positive attitude about the weather is nice...as I sit here and look at the 18+ inches of snow in my yard! lol

    I just wanted to stop and congratulate you on how well you were doing and to thank you for putting yourself out there and motivating others. That is awesome and you should be pretty proud of yourself. Not only are you changing your life, but your story will change someone else. Job well done!

    Keep up the great work and stay true to your goals!!
    4130 days ago
    Keep moving. You are wise to take care of your knees.
    The pancakes sound like a treat.
    4130 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6400103
    sounds delicious !!!
    will make them soon emoticon
    4130 days ago
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