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Say it, Do it! {Recipes for the Week}

2011 October 2
by Jess

{If you’re new to SIDI here’s some info: At the beginning of each week on FCITC “Say it, Do it” is a chance for us to commit to our workouts for the week by saying them out loud here and keeping each other accountable.}

I’m not sure if it’s the return of the fall like weather or the fact that I’m no longer using every waking moment to obsess about that marathon, but I’ve had this sudden urge to spend lots of time in my kitchen. I’m finally making some of the recipes I have bookmarked via Springpad.

Days like the one in the photo below are just around the corner. I can’t wait!

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Here are the recipes I’ve made this weekend:

These are a few of the recipes I’m making for the week:

For workouts this week, I’ve been cleared to go back to my beloved Physique 57 to see how my body reacts. I also feel like I’m making some slow progress on my road to recovery. I also discovered that the elliptical and I are not friends after all. That being said I only ended up doing one of my elliptical workouts from last week.

Here are the workouts I’m committing to this week:

  • Monday – Physique 57 & Spin
  • Tuesday – Short run + walk
  • Wednesday – Short run & core work
  • Thursday – off
  • Friday – hopefully P57 (if everything goes well on Monday)
  • Saturday – 3 mile run (again assuming everything goes well with my other runs)
  • ***EDITED: Sunday – Brick workout with Lululemon & Flywheel (again assuming nothing crazy happens with my injuries between now & then)  I made a scheduling error, the BRICK workout with Aleah from Flywheel & Abby from Lululemon isn’t until October 15th. If you are interested you can sign-up here.

So tell me, what workouts are you committed to this week and have you made any great recipes recently? I’d love to try them!

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  1. October 2, 2011

    good stuff! once the weather turns, i’m always more inclined to spend time in the kitchen. and fall veggies are my favorite.

    here’s what’s on the agenda this week:
    mon: reformer pilates
    tues: mile repeats (5.5); yoga
    wed: REST
    thrs: tempo run (7); yoga
    fri: easy elliptical
    sat: long run (15)
    sun: short recovery run (2-3)

    also — what’s this lulu/flywheel brick? do tell…

  2. October 2, 2011

    I am embarrassed to ask this, but are you a vegan? I should probably know this….
    I like all the vegan recipes, as I get requests for them all the time at work. Thanks!! The cheese bars sound delicious.

    My week includes some elliptical, yoga, lifting, and twice running outdoors (I only ran once this week, my goal is twice!).

    • Jess permalink*
      October 2, 2011

      Don’t be embarrassed! How could you possibly keep up with every blog you read. No, I am not technically a vegan, but I do lean towards that style of eating.

  3. October 2, 2011

    say it do it, here we go
    monday- flybarre
    tuesday- team in training workout
    wednesday- off or yoga (traveling for work)
    thursday-6-8m run time depending
    friday- weights in the am
    saturday- walk all over town
    sunday- flybarre or soul cycle

  4. October 2, 2011

    YAY for getting to go back to Physique57!!! You must be psyched!!

    My workouts for this week:
    Sunday – 5 miles on the treadmill
    Monday – barre n9ne legs; barre n9ne method
    Tuesday – 7 miles after work
    Wednesday – barre n9ne barre fusion; barre n9ne arms/abs/barre express
    Thursday – 5 mile rundate (birthday style!)
    Friday – rest
    Saturday – 11 miles

  5. Anna permalink
    October 2, 2011

    I’ve been making this chili a lot lately – it’s so good and has a pretty short ingredient list which is nice for my wallet. I cut the recipe in half though since I live alone…or I’d be eating it at every meal for two weeks. http://smittenkitchen.com/2007/07/a-mea-culpa-meal/

    Monday: run to and across BK Bridge and back home
    Tuesday: early morning yoga class
    Wednesday: yoga class after work
    Thursday: run
    Friday: rest (happy hour!)
    Saturday: yoga class
    Sunday: yoga class

  6. October 2, 2011

    So glad you get to go back to P57! And those recipes sound divine!

    I am committed to:
    Monday: am run 4-6 / Core Fusion Yoga
    Tuesday: Core Fusion / run 4.5
    Wednesday: Core Fusion Cardio
    Thursday: Vinyasa / run 4.5
    Friday: Core Fusion / run 4.5
    Saturday: Rest
    Sunday: Intensati / possible run if feeling it…

    Thanks again for the gentle reminder to take a rest day last week! Good stuff.

    • October 7, 2011

      totally veered off course this week…
      Mon: 6 miles plus CF Yoga
      Tues: IntenSati @ Chelsea Studios (SUPER FUN! and killer workout)
      Wed: Core Fusion Cardio + 2 mile jog
      Thurs: Vinyasa plus 4mile run
      Fri: Core Fusion Bootcamp plus…run TBD
      Sat: Guess I have to rest now…huh?
      Sun: IntenSati (my soul craves, though I don’t consider this specific class that challenging physically…so I might throw in a yoga class on Sat. ;) )

      • Jess permalink*
        October 7, 2011

        I’m a little off also. I moved yesterday’s run to today & took yesterday off in an effort to fight a sore throat.

        Nice job on taking a day off!

  7. October 2, 2011

    I’m making the Tone It Up Three Bean Salad tomorrow to eat throughout the week. It’s very easy and pretty tasty – I made it a few weeks ago.

    I need more recipe ideas – I frequently eat at 5pm and I’m starting a new job in a few weeks where I’ll be in the office until 5:30 so I’ll need more things I can make ahead on Sundays. I might try the pumpkin soup!

    This week’s workouts:
    M – 3 mile run
    Tu – yoga (and hopefully spin – I’m waitlisted for a class I’d really like to attend)
    W – 5 mile run
    Th – 3 mile run
    F – rest
    Sa – 10 mile run
    Su – rest

  8. October 3, 2011

    How exciting to be getting back to P57!
    Here’s my plan:
    Mon: Physique 57
    Tue: Physique 57
    Wed:Off
    Thur: Refine method
    Fri: Physique 57
    Sat: Off
    Sun: Spin at Flywheel

  9. October 3, 2011

    Say it do it
    Monday: hour long personal training sesh, 6 mile run
    Tues: jazz class, dallas cowboys cheerleaders bootcamp dvd. Possible 5k
    Wed: hour long personal training sesh, 6 mile run, Zumba
    Thurs jazz class, possible hour with my trainer, 5k, dance class at my home studio :)
    Fri: hour long personal training sesh, 5k run
    Sat the pumpkin run 5k that I’ve been training for
    Sun possible hour with my trainer, 6 mile run

  10. October 3, 2011

    Oh and I bought a coconut to add to my fruit/veggie smoothies.

  11. October 3, 2011

    I really hope you are on the route to recovery soon Jess! Me, I am the same each week in terms of cardio & weights & stretching & core/abs but it is just each days is different in terms of what I do & I change the exercises or weights or order each week too.

  12. October 3, 2011

    OK I feel like I’m ready to get in a routine but I’m having some post-race “issues”
    today- off because hamstring burning during yesterday’s run
    tues- tennis- yep not great for hamstring but scheduled
    wed-run 4
    thurs trying for figure 4
    fri-sat sun in New Orleans 1 run/ 1 gym cardio (don’t have gym in NYC do like to use when away)
    Great job with the cooking, the soup sounds fantastic.

  13. Amber permalink
    October 3, 2011

    I love planning out my meals each week almost as much as I love planning my workouts.
    Tonight I am going to make a veg-heavy version of this, which will provide leftovers for lunches: http://iowagirleats.com/2011/02/28/when-we-were-newlyweds/. Tomorrow night I am making this: http://peasandthankyou.com/2010/08/01/like-looking-in-the-mirror/. I cram them full of salsa and avocado and they are the bomb. Wednesday is date night and Thursday night Darren makes his special tomato sauce/pasta dinner. And Friday I am being drug kicking and screaming against my will (not really) to the lake house AGAIN so I’ll probably eat a bunch of crap all weekend AGAIN and feel bloated and gross on Monday AGAIN. Because I never learn.

    So for workouts this week, this is what I have:
    Monday – Core Fusion, 3 miles
    Tuesday – Core Fusion Yoga
    Wednesday – Speedwork
    Thursday – Core Fusion Yoga, 3 miles
    Friday – 7 miles
    Saturday – My old favorite class in the world, Body Attack, with my old Body Attack friend who I haven’t seen in months. I’m super excited!
    Sunday – Rest

    • Jess permalink*
      October 3, 2011

      Thanks for the links! The thai peanut noodles look a lot better than the pad thai I just made! I bet if you decide now not to eat at ton of crap and feel like crap that you won’t do it this weekend. Just sayin’ =)

      • Amber permalink
        October 6, 2011

        Well, we just decided not to go anywhere this weekend…which doesn’t necessarily mean I won’t still eat a lot of crap but I am definitely going to try.
        Anyways that means I have to change it up.
        Friday will now be a rest day.
        Saturday 6-7 mile run followed up Flywheel
        Sunday – Core Fusion Cardio

        • Jess permalink*
          October 6, 2011

          How are you liking Flywheel???

          • Amber permalink
            October 6, 2011

            This will only be my second time! But I loved the first class – wish it wouldn’t have taken me so long to get to a second one.

  14. October 3, 2011

    That photo is so gorgeous! I can’t wait. I’m running tomorrow and Weds, then no sitter :(

  15. October 3, 2011

    cant wait to try the vegan pumpkin bars, especially since i havent had cream cheese in ages!
    my sidi week

    M: flybarre (missed this bc i was stuck on the subway due to a sick passenger. twas a sad day)
    T: off (traveling day)
    W: flywheel (chicago!)
    R: flywheel
    F: flywheel
    Sat: flywheel / yoga with mama yu
    Sun: traveling day back to ny / flybarre

    happy physiquing!

  16. October 4, 2011

    Great job with the cooking! Everything sounds so good, esp the casserole ;)

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