Eating your greens are very important and it is key to have your healthy fats. So, starting today, I will posting my lunch’s menu. Veggies, Bacon and Tuna Ingredients: 2 cups of Kale 2 cups of spinach 1 cup of broccoli 1 tbsp of… Continue Reading “Healthy Lunch for a Triathlete”
Rest and Recovery The workouts you do are as good as the recover that follows. How can you get the best out of each session? If you are like every single triathlete as I see, the coach tells you to cool down and you… Continue Reading “Rest and Recovery”
Awesome Granola! Makes 10 servings (1/2 cup each) While many store bought granolas contain a lot of added oil (which significantly ups the calorie and fat content), this recipe uses just a small amount of canola oil, keeping the nutrition stats in check. Store… Continue Reading “Awesome Granola”
How to do it: Complete 3 sets of 12 – 15 repetitions of the following exercises. Please use moderate resistance for these exercises. Barbell Squat Shoulder press Pull up Push ups Kettlebell swing Burpee Mountain Climbers However, on the last set, I want you… Continue Reading “Circuit Training – Total Body!”
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There are only a few weeks until the start of summer, and it’s a great time to cement an exercise habit you can maintain for a lifetime. Unfortunately, real life often intrudes into the best intentions, and before you know it, one skipped workout turns… Continue Reading “What is your excuse!”
3 ways to hang tough! With longer days, milder temperatures, and trees beginning to show some green, sprain is an ideal time to get outside and hit the trails. Therefore, there are as many reasons to go off-road as there are places to run. Whether you… Continue Reading “Push Yourself!”
“There is nothing the body suffers which the should may not profit by.” – George Meredith