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FEED YOUR SOUL

Ever Wonder What's in a SOUL Instructor's Fridge? Us Too

ooking for some grocery shopping inspiration? Instructor ASHLEY GODBY shares her food prep secrets, the snacks that keep her from getting bored with her diet and more as she opens her fridge door and gives us a peek inside...



In my fridge and in my life, I believe if you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail! So to keep my diet in working order, I visit Trader Joe's twice a week to make sure my kitchen stays stocked with healthy options and set aside time on Sundays to prepare the bulk of my meals for the week.

Making sure I'm feeding my muscles is so very important, so there's protein in every meal and snack I prepare. Eggs are a go-to for me, so I always have plenty on hand. I also buy lean meats such as chicken, fish and ground turkey in bulk so I always have a freezer full of those options.


I try to load up my grocery cart with a rainbow of veggies to make sure I'm getting lots of vitamins and minerals in my meals. If I have a wide variety of foods on hand to choose from, I'm less likely to get in a rut. Boredom or an empty fridge can lead me to eat foods that aren't good fuel for my body, so I work hard to keep it interesting.

No matter how much I plan ahead, though, there's always a chance that my schedule will change once I'm out and about. To make sure I am never caught empty-handed, I always have extra snacks with me wherever I go. Larabars fill me up in a pinch and my favorite flavor, coconut cream pie, is delicious!

Every body is different, and I've learned that I feel my best when I eat five to six small meals each day. Eating a meal or healthy snack every two to three hours helps keep my energy high and my body happy. Here's an example of a typical menu for me:

BREAKFAST: Three eggs (one whole and two whites) scrambled and one slice of Ezekiel Cinnamon Raisin toast with peanut butter.

SNACK: A rice cake with peanut butter.

LUNCH: Browned ground turkey meat with roasted veggies and diced sweet potatoes.

SNACK: Unsweetened Greek yogurt with 1/4 cup almonds.

DINNER: Grilled chicken with brown rice and steamed broccoli.



Catch classes with ASHLEY G. at SoulCycle Calabasas and Westlake! Questions or comments? Email SOULlife@soul-cycle.com! Want to ride? Grab a series HERE and book a bike!
Article by Ashley Godby
Photography by Ashley Godby
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