Daily Eating Routine and Regiment
Written By: Sarah Fredette
I’ve found that one of the best ways to stay dialed into consistent, sustainable nutrition habits is to have adaptable daily eating routine to allow my body to feel fueled and nourished throughout the day.
Today I’ll give you a little insider information on how my daily nutrition routine tends to look throughout the week
While I would not consider myself to be a morning person I do in fact have a pretty early start to my day. My day typically starts off with my training session at 6am which wakes me up at about 4:45am. I tend to start my mornings off with a 8oz of either water with lemon or celery juice, followed by my pre-training meal. I choose to fuel my body with some good healthy carbohydrates and proteins to get my system going and prepared to lift.
Pre-Training (First AM Meal)
Ezekiel Toast or Van’s Gluten Free Waffles
Homemade Protein Shake (my favorite recipe is as follows)
- 8oz of ripple plant base chocolate milk
- Frozen Blueberries
- Frozen Strawberries
- Frozen Peaches
- MRE Lite Protein (sold right here at our supplement shop at 95 Nutrition – I’m currently using our newest flavor, snickerdoodle)
As I’m in route to the gym you can find me drinking my all-time favorite pre-workout Black Magic BZRK. I highly recommend stopping in store and grabbing some if you’re in need of that quick pick me up before training. The fast acting caffeine is a real life saver if you train ridiculously early like me
Post Training: typically what I consider to be my breakfast is 95’s protein pancakes. They allow me the adequate amount of both carbs and proteins to refuel my body after a long hard session of lifting. Additionally, I recover by using Blackstone Labs Resurgence BCAA’s (personal favorite flavor – Pina Colada also sold right here at our supplement shop in store)
Lunch: I often eat my lunch in the early afternoon around 1:00pm-2:00pm. Depending on my training routine from that morning I evaluate and choose between one of 95’s male or female portion meals. Yes, female friends you are allowed to eat a male portion meal if needed. More often than not between training two different heavy lifting programs in both weightlifting and powerlifting almost daily I need the extra calories and opt for one of our male portion meals.
Around mid-afternoon I opt for a snack to sustain my routine. Usually consisting of Redcon1’s MRE Bars and hydrating while simultaneously in taking my portion of greens using Opti-Greens 50. Both sold in store.
Dinner: I grab one of my favorite 95 female portion meals to fulfill what I’m craving that day, I’m never without options to hit exactly what I’m looking for.
Formulating a routine over time that’s adaptable to my on the go busy lifestyle that is also highly sustainable and convenient has been one of the key turning points to creating consistent, healthy daily nutritional habits.
If you’re looking for some additional drive and motivation to stay on track and reach your goals try on creating your own. I promise it will be nothing less than highly effective to you exceeding what you’re out to accomplish.