I wanted to address a few requests here in this blog because 1) I dont want to forget and absolutely will if I dont do it now and 2) hope that by blogging the answer, you will, as a result, check out my blog…he he
Request 1) Playlist this week from Group Cycle:
Perfect- Pink, Get the Party Started- Pink, Get me Bodied- Beyonce, Mr Saxobeat- Alexandra Stan, Drop it Low- Kat de Luna, Carry on my wayward son, Some kind of wonderful- Grand funk, Bunz- Skinny Jeanz and Mic, New boyz, Crush on You – New boyz, More human tan human- white zombie, You make me feel- Cobra Starship, Bangduck- Afrojack, Wobble- V.I.C., Danza Kaduro- Don Omar, We Found Love- Rihanna
Request 2) A visible posting in group cycle class describing the levels and what rpm we should be at:
So until then (working on it) : A level 5= flat road, enough resistance for control, around 100 rpm, level 6 – feel the resistance, legs slow, 90 rpm, level 7- beginning stages of a climb 80-85 rpm, 8- middle stages of a climb around 70 rpm and level 9, strong stages of a limb, at or around 60 rpm.
Request 3) Oatmeal recipe from my facebook post (Pumpkin peanut butter cream oatmeal).
Now I cannot take credit for the oatmeal inspirations because my friend (who Ive begun to reference a lot in my blogging- I’ll shout out one day if she would like) referred me to katheats.com. Super awesome blog with natural food, healthy, and shes a success story herself of lots of lbs lost. I made her carrot cake oatmeal and it was incredible. Normally I make english muffin concoctions and vitamuffin concoctions that incorporate peanutbutter substitute plus a whipped icing, around 300 calories, incredibly satisfying and completely tackles my sweet tooth, but the oatmeal kick is a whole new foundation to play with. So delish and it lasts longer when eating. I LOVE icings/toppings, etc- ask any one of my family members or boyfriend.
Oh and let me introduce you to one of my most beloved roommates- his name is Hector.
I took 1/2 cup of quaker oatmeal, cooked it up oven top, and let it sit to cool and gain solidity. I added one tablespoon of pumpkin butter, two tablespoons of PB2 (peanutbutter powdered mix plus water), and then two tablespoons of whipped butter cream betty crocker icing. Calories= 340 🙂
Let me know if you have any further questions and thanks for allowing me to feel like Im writing for my HS newspaper all over again- totally a good thing.