If a mango is squishy it will be a huge pain in the tookus to cup up.
I had juice and mushy fruit everywhere.
I’d say about a third of the mango actually made it into my breakfast bowl. I slurped the remaining fruit right off the big pit. It wasn’t attractive, but it was tasty!
I added two handfuls of blueberry and a big scoop of Fage Greek yogurt to the mango to complete my breakfast.
After stirring everything up, I dug in!
I thought the texture of the mango might be slightly off-putting when combined with the yogurt, but surprisingly it blended very well added the sweet, fresh taste of summer to the bowl.
Workout + Snack
The mango yogurt bowl was actually my second breakfast of the day.
I scarfed down my first breakfast shortly after I completed a five mile run with Sadie.
My first meal included a pack of Brothers-All-Natural apple crisps with a cup of Publix coconut créme pie yogurt.
I almost always stick to Greek yogurt as my yogurt of choice because it’s packed with protein, extra thick and contains ingredients I understand, but at the grocery store last night this lil’ coconut guy was calling to me.
The coconut-lover in me just couldn’t resist and though the yogurt contains a list of sketchy ingredients, it still tastes pretty phenomenal. 🙂
Breakfast number one was a great end to a great run.
Though it was still nearly 80 degrees outside, it didn’t feel as hot as it did on our runs last week. Hallelujah!
Here are our stats:
After our run, before digging into my first breakfast, I took 10 minutes or so to stretch on my brand new yoga mat!
I actually stretched my way through the second half of the Bachelorette last night as well.
I think having a yoga mat readily available will make it much easier for me to stretch whenever I feel the desire. Since hardwood floors cover our apartment, I never want to sit down on such a hard surface to stretch. Hopefully this little purchase will help me incorporate some much-needed stretching into my day-to-day life.
Question of the Day
Do you do any fitness-related activities in your home? DVDs, stretching, weights, etc.?