Workout Plan and Frozen PB Protein Cups

Last night I made some of my yummy protein "Reese cups". These are sooo good and perfect for a summer treat!

I use 1 scoop chocolate peanut butter flavored protein(Syntha-6), 1 big spoonful of peanut butter, 1 tbsp cocoa, and 4 oz water-just blend and freeze for about an hour. Super easy!

So here is my current training plan:

Upper body+5-10 minute finisher
O-lift +Lower body+finisher
OFF or sprints
Upper body
O-lift+Lower body+finisher

My reps are usually between 5 and 10, and I like using the reverse pyramid technique(heaviest sets first, then decreasing weight and increasing reps on each set). Or sometimes I do a few heavy sets(4-6 reps) and then one light set after that for higher reps.

I'm still not using my workout log, but I am trying to stick to somewhat of a plan in my head, just not obsessing over following it exactly! Just going by how I feel and what I feel like doing that day!

I'm still wanting to add in a day of CrossFit....just not sure how to work that in. I'm all about letting my body get enough recovery and not killing myself every day of the week with crazy workouts or multiple workouts a day. I don't believe that more is always better. Oh well, I'll figure it out!


  1. I'm going to try them! Thanks for the recipe!

    1. You're welcome! I hope they're just as good using another brand of protein. Syntha-6 is not 100% whey protein, so of course it has a great taste!

  2. those look amazing! a perfect night time snack!!!
    i love your mentality about rest! It seriously is just as important as pushing yourself because that is when you grow! I usually do one full rest day a week but I am thinking about putting in a second and seeing how it goes!
    Thanks for being an inspiration!! :)

    1. Thanks! I've had 3 rest days for the past 6 months with great results! Now I'm going to cut it down to 2 just to lean out a tiny bit more for summer ;)


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