Thursday, October 4, 2007

My Daily update

Yesterday was a successful day with regards to eating. I didn't get to the gym as planned so no exercise yesterday. And as I type this at 9:30 pm today has been successful with the eating as well.

Tonight I did get to the pool and was able to do 52 laps (25 yards each) for 1300 yards. I no longer take a break when I get to the end (I was taking a 2-4 second break). That took me 35 minutes to complete. I felt great stamina wise, but it is frustrating having bad form. What is more frustrating is that I have left 2 voice mails and 1 e-mail about trying to schedule swim lessons (which they offer). And I have yet to get a response from them.

This morning the bed won again and I am now 0 for 4 with running in the morning. However I am 3 for 3 with eating right and not going crazy at night.

Diary Food and Exercise Report

This report was generated by the CalorieKing.com Online Diet Diary for Daniel Seifring.

Thursday, 4th October 2007


Daily Summary
Food Energy In: 1876 cals
Exercise Energy Out: 35 mins, -505 cals
Net Energy: 1371 cals
Net Energy Budget: 1500 cals
End Result: 129 Calories Under
Total Fat 66.3g / 50gOver
Total Protein 123.7g / 90gOver
Total Carbohydrate 208.2g / 200gOver
Total Sugar 74.7g
Total Fiber 32.4g / 40gUnder
Total Sodium 2905mg / 3000mgUnder

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Breakfast
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
3/4 oz of Quaker: Instant Oatmeal, Maple & Brown Sugar
76 1.4 3.3 13.7 0.5 2.8 146
1 sandwich (2 oz) Uncrustables, Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly
210 9 7 25 10 2 260
Total 286 10.4g 10.3g 38.7g 10.5g 4.8g 406mg

Lunch
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
2 Whole Wheat Wraps 160 7 16 22 2 12 840
1 1/4 oz of Cheese: American
131 10.9 7.8 0.6 0.2 0 521
2 serving (2 oz) of Boar's Head: Roast Beef
180 6 28 0 0 0 80
Total 471 23.9g 51.8g 22.6g 2.2g 12g 1441mg

Dinner
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 8 oz of Green Giant SS Broccoli & Carrots 90 4.5 2 12 4.5 4.5 390
1 serving, (2 oz) of Barilla: Pasta, Spaghetti
200 1 7 42 1 2 0
1 2 TBSP of Naturally More Peanut Butter 169 11 10 8 2 4 130
Total 459 16.5g 19g 62g 7.5g 10.5g 520mg

Morning Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
1 sandwich Smucker's Uncrustables, Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly
210 9 7 25 10 2 260
Total 210 9g 7g 25g 10g 2g 260mg

Evening Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
10 oz of Milk: Cow, Reduced-Fat (2% fat) 142 5.6 9.4 13.3 14.3 0 116
1 scoop of High Protein Powders, Perfect Zero Carb Isopure, Creamy Vanilla, dry 105 0.5 25 0 0 0 160
1 medium, Banana
105 0.4 1.3 27 14.4 3.1 1
Total 352 6.5g 35.6g 40.2g 28.8g 3.1g 277mg

Early Morning Snack
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
2 fl.oz of Coffee-Mate:Liquid, Fat-Free, French Vanilla 99 0 0 19.7 15.8 0 0
Total 99 0g 0g 19.7g 15.8g 0g 0mg

Exercise
Item Calories Fat Protein Carbohydrate Sugar Fiber Sodium
35 mins of Swimming, all strokes, slow -505 - - - - - -
Total -505 - - - - - -


6 comments:

bigmike600 said...

so now you swim better than me, run better than me and are equal to me on the bike....I'm totally jealous. 35 minutes for almost a mile is pretty good.

Dan Seifring said...

I got a long way too go with the swim. And you are being kind saying we are equal in the bike. You are much better on the bike and with that new toy you got will be way faster come next year.

Duane said...

Good job on the swimming and especially the eating!

Pat said...

heck, you swim, run, bike and eat better than me. Well, I guess it's how you look at it. I can keep up with anyone at the Circus Circus Buffet and Smorgasboard.

Jeff said...

You haven't posted since Thursday, so I can only guess one of two things -- you haven't eaten in two days or you're mourning the Yankees expected demise today.

Anonymous said...

If you are looking for a way to get some healthier pasta; my family tried a new pasta lat night: Ronzoni Smart Taste Pasta. It has something like 6g of fiber per serving and is slightly lower in calories than Barilla, our normal choice. It also has more calcium than regular pasta.