Whole 30 – Day Seventeen

Breakfast: Salmon Pepper Fritatta along with my usual green energizer drink, multivitamin, flaxseed oil etc.

Lunch: Broiled Tilapia and Zoodles, 2 Clementines

Dinner: Paleo Blueberry Pancakes (I know, they say to not make weird franken-paleo foods reminiscent of your favorite meals and a pancake is a pancake, but these are clean! It was my leg day and I needed some really dense calories after my hard leg day today. The recipes is below.)

Snacks: 1 Large Banana, Vega Shake


Blueberry Paleo Pancakes
Serves 1-2 depending upong your level of fatassdom that day.
(My level was 2 pancakes)

1/4 cup of coconut flour
3 eggs
1/2 banana
1 TBSP of almond butter
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract (all natural, obv)
1/4 cup of blueberries (optional and add on at the end)

Grease your pan with some coconut oil and set it on medium heat. Blend your ingredients together until smooth. Spoon batter onto the pan and I recommend doing smaller sized pancakes if you can. Once its in the pan, feel free to add the blueberries if you care for them. Flip the pancake when it looks fluffy and firm on the bottom. Let it cook for another three minutes or until done.

Top with more almond butter, coconut oil, or ghee, whatever you care for.

Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT A LOW CALORIE MEAL. Only eat one pancake if you have very little macros or calories left for the day.


10 Sets on Leg Press
360 (lbs) x 15 reps S.S. Calf Press
450 x 10 S.S. Calf Press
560 x 6
560 x 5 S.S. Calf Press
450 x 7
450 x 7
360 x 12 S.S. Calf Press
360 x 8
270 x 12 S.S. Calf Press
270 x 10 S.S. Calf Press

Seated Leg Curls
75 (lbs) x 12
80 x 11
90 x 8
95 x 4 D.S. 80 x 7

Single Leg Extension
40 x 10
50 x 10
60 x 8

Seated Calf Raise
(Drop Sets)
190 lbs x 15
170 x 15
150 x 15
130 x 15
110 x 10

170 x 20
150 x 15
130 x 12
110 x 10

150 x 20
130 x 12
110 x 12

Plie Dumbbell Squat
Super Set with Sumo Deadlift
60 x 12, 70 x 10
60 x 11, 70 x 8
60 x 10, 70 x 10

^^^ These are great for glutes and hams πŸ˜€

Walking Lunges: 20 reps or until failure
I would have done more but I ran out of time and had to head home.

Do a weight that is appropriate for you if you are just starting to lift. This is just me recording my own progress on here to measure my strength and endurance over time. Disclaimer: I am by no means a trainer or a nutritionist so don’t take my word as God’s, mkay? Cool.

Happy Leg Day, all! πŸ˜€


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