“I wear my robe so that I am warm; I carry my lightsaber so that I am safe; and I keep enough credits for my next meal, so that I am not hungry. If the Force wants me to have more, it finds a way of letting me know.”
Super cool science link of the day.
SHIRTS will be ordered this Friday. You must have your money in by then as well ($17 per shirt). Yes, I can charge the card I have on file if you’d like, just let me know.
Workout of the Day –
A – “Cindy” – as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes
- 5 pull-ups
- 10 push-ups
- 15 squats
B – Required Reps
- 1 minute plank
- 5 times throughout the day
There’s going to be a new page for pointers and tools to help you through the challenge. It will be revealed in the gym. I have the ok to share this with my clients but not the world…you know, secrets and stuff.
Things you can do to prep for the challenge.
Go shopping –
You’re going to be heading into super protein & fat territory in the coming days. Getting your fridge & freezer full of meaty awesomeness & getting a couple jars of coconut oil & at LEAST 3 packs of butter and a pint of cream wouldn’t be a bad idea.
I’m assuming you all know what meat and veggies are, as well as fat. Don’t try to re-invent the wheel here. Just keep it simple.
Plan on starting the next 10 days or so with eggs. Hard boiling 2-3 dozen for your self for the week ain’t a bad idea. if you’re usually in a rush in the morning. Having them waiting the fridge also makes a good snack. Omlettes (with cheese!) are also a good goto for the first meal of the day. Make them with plenty of butter or coconut oil. :)
Many of us are out and about for the better part of the day, and dusting off your crock-pot can be a great way to have stuff ready when you get home.
Here’s the easiest chicken recipe ever –
- line bottom of crock-pot with onion sliced about 1/4 inch thick.
- rub whole chicken with spices of your choice (paprika, curry, salt, pepper, cumin, whatever you got!)
- put chicken in crock pot for 4 hours on high, or 8 hours on low.
- if desired through a couple pads of butter on top
If you can slice an onion, and rub a bird, you can have dinner waiting for you when you get home.