Achieve your goals! & Healthy Chicken and “Cheese” Quesadillas 

As I said in yesterday’s post, I’m going to be getting more focused on my training this month. I leaned out in May with some muscle gains (I think) but it’s time to get back and gain some muscle and fat! I’ve developed a routine that includes 2 leg days, 1 chest & shoulder, and 1 back & bis. Here’s where I am starting this bulk: 

This picture was taken around 8am the morning after consuming 1,300 calories between 10pm-12am. I had chicken quesadillas with hummus and salsa, poptarts, cottage cheese, a casein protein shake, apple, 3 tbsp peanut butter, toast, strawberries, blueberries…hmm OH and 2 cups fortified almond milk! This of course was after my breakfast lunch dinner and mass gain shake (I was not doing intermittent fasting).

As you can see, when I want to do something….I do it. I know the macros I have to hit for my body. Do you think I was hungry for all that food? No. But I have goals and nothing is going to stand in my way.

Ok enough of that, now on to the food:   

  • 1 Tumaros low carb whole wheat tortilla
  • 1 slice Go Veggie dairy free cheese slice*
  • 4.5 oz 99% fat free chicken breast

Included in my macros (weird combo but what I was craving at the time…):

  • 1 tbsp Trader Joes authentic salsa
  • 1/2 tomato
  • 1 tbsp Tribe spicy red pepper hummus

Spray a pan with Pam and cook the chicken. Set aside chicken, clean pan, and spray again. Heat the tortilla until it begins to show a little color, flip. Add in the chicken and cheese and let sit until melted. Fold over in half  and toast until desired!

*I’m lactose intolerant so I use this but the macros are similar to a full fat slice of cheese!

Macros: 295 cals (7F, 29C, 39P)

12 thoughts on “Achieve your goals! & Healthy Chicken and “Cheese” Quesadillas 

  1. Jai Reply

    Is there any alternative for non veg foods in terms of protein intake. I’m a vegan

    • dashafitness Reply

      Hi Jai! In terms of protein intake for vegans, a lot of it comes from legumes, nuts, and grains paired together. Let me know if you have any more questions or would like me to post about anything specifically for vegans!

  2. misstaylorp29 Reply

    Seriously. You are my fitspiration. I thoroughly enjoying logging on and seeing your new posts and your pictures give me so much motivation! May I ask what a basic idea of your stats were BEFORE you started working out (if you remember)? My biggest issue is gaining muscle in my arms and shoulders. I started out at 102lbs am now at around 107. It’s so hard for me to put on ANY weight no matter what I eat or how much I lift and train. I’m seeing changes on my body but hardly anything in my arms.

    • dashafitness Reply

      You are soo sweet! Thank you so much! I’ve been working out for a while on and off and have been all over the scale girl so I can’t really give you an accurate portrayal. Everyone responds differently to their training you may just need to increase weights or train your arms more often than the other parts of your body! There are so many factors just try some adjustments and see where it takes you. It’s like an ongoing science experiment! 🙂

    • dashafitness Reply

      Thanks I’m really eager to get some more muscle mass and increase BF a bit to have a more womanly figure. Set my goals, now I have to achieve them!

  3. Primus Reviews- Games and Gains Reply

    You should definitely do a post for dairy alternatives, I’m lactose intolerant to a specific degree and it’s a pain trying find good quality lactose free products. Like which is preferable lactose free milk, or almond milk? Soy used to be an option, but I’m not tryna increase estrogen levels!

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