Snacking… Why Do I Do It?
CPMFIT Kids Coming This Summer!
Coming this June and July…. CPMFIT Kids! Get your kids off the couch and their devices and into the gym. We will motivate, build self-confidence and have a lot of fun during our 6 week kids program.
What: 6 Weeks of the CPM classes you love tailored to fit your kids active lifestyle.
Age: 8 – 12 years old
Date: June 13th – July 27th (no classes week of July 4th)
Day & Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30 am – 11:15 am
Cost: $115 + tax for 1 kid
$199 + tax for 2 kids
* Class size is limited to 16 kids.
* Registration closes May 23rd.
CPMFIT Family Workout
We will be kicking off our CPMFIT Kids program with a CPM Family workout on Saturday, June 11th at 9:30 am! If your kids are curious about CPM but not convinced, this is a great opportunity for them to try out a class with you.
Spouses, kids and special friends are all welcome. Cost is $5 per family member. CPM members can use a class from their membership OR they can choose to pay the $5 and get to the gym for an extra class that week.
We need you to create a user account for each member of your family attending the workout and complete the Parent/Guardian Waiver for the kiddos. Here is a LINK to our website to get you started. Then sign yourself and your family members in for the CPM FIT Family class at 9:30 am.
Which CPM location you ask? That’s up to you CPM members. We want your vote…. Murph at CPM Western Mall (the usual)? Murph at CPM DTSF? If the weather is nice boy it would be nice to run outside! Look for a place to cast your vote at the gym soon!
My Urge To Snack
I’m sure I’ve blogged about this before… snacking. Let me be honest, about 75% of my thoughts involve food. Maybe more. All I know is that I think about food a lot. I start my day with really good intentions. Drink my bulletproof coffee, have a couple eggs (cooked in coconut oil of course). If I’m not hungry yet, I’ll make my eggs and save them for later in the day. A donut? No way. I’m eating good today. Does it cross my mind? Every day when I drive past Flyboy Donuts. Seriously, have you had one of their donuts? YUM!
I start in with the coffee and I hit it hard. Chris and I meet every Tuesday morning. Watch out on those days. By the time we roll in for our 11:30 workout, we are on fire. I feel really bad for Annie now that she has to coach us on Tuesdays at 11:30… sorry, got off track. So I’m still doing pretty good by noon unless of course I decided that I “deserved” a breve instead of black coffee. Time to workout…I usually get my workout in over the noon hour and have a decent lunch after. Yep, still feeling good and haven’t eaten anything I shouldn’t.
So about 4-5 pm I get home. I’ve had plenty of calories for the day, good fats, healthy carbs and lots of protein BUT, for some reason, I start to snack. Not just a small snack here and there, I’m talking serious snacking. Maybe it’s veggies with dip, maybe it’s dark chocolate with pecans, there’s a good chance that it’s dried mangos. Regardless, once I start, I cannot stop! By the time dinner rolls around, I’m not hungry. That makes my husband upset and I’m not thrilled either. I eat a little bit at dinner anyway and then I proceed to top it off with dried mangos, dark chocolate and, on special occasions (Wednesday and Thursday), popcorn with lots of Kerrygold butter. Don’t get me started on Kerrygold butter.
So what I want to know is why do I start? I’m truly not hungry but I have this strong desire to snack. There is no doubt that it’s an addiction for me. I don’t think it’s the sugar even as much as it is just the act of snacking. Once I start, I can’t stop! A good day is when the snacking doesn’t start until 7 pm. That means I only have about an hour before I brush my teeth and stop eating for the day. Let’s just say I have a donut at 7 am… well, I’m screwed.
So this June I think will eliminate the snacking. I’ll focus on making my meals substantial enough to get me to the next meal. Lots of small meals throughout the day? That doesn’t work for me. I truly believe I snack because I’m nervous or stressed so finding other ways to deal with my stress is on my to-do list. I’ll keep you posted on my progress. It is swimsuit season approaching, right? I can’t think of a better reason to tighten up the diet. Wish me luck!
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Posted by: Emily