A nice little salmon fillet cooked on the pan, but not fried. A cup of white rice and some broccoli, topped off with an avocado, cucumber and onion salad. BAM, dinner is ready.
This tasty delight helps get me to dinner time without looking for something sweet in between meals.
About 1 cup of plain yogurt, regular because the natural fats keep it tasty. About 1/2 tablespoons of granola and 2 tablespoons of hemp seeds. Mix it up and you got yourself a tasty healthy snack.
1/2 cup of white rice, cabbage and cilantro salad, 1/2 an avocado and 4 ounces of chicken breast with a little bit of barbecue sauce.
Who knew you could have pancakes not only wit crab value, but a great protein source. We found this box of pancake mix at Costco that has about 8 grams of protein, and more if you use eggs and milk to mix it. And just like all other mixes, you can add bananas, cinnamon or powdered PB to add flavor.
Sautéed veggies and scrambled some eggs to go with them. Along with a cup of coffee, this is what I call a power breakfast.
BOOM!!! Going into a workout you always have the thought, “I’m going to get a good workout in today.” But when we reach that point, sometimes you feel like quitting. I’m glad I didn’t. And at the end, looking at my results, I’m glad I was able to dig deep and keep pushing through.
Warmup: Squat jump /Planks
Using Kettle Bells or Dumb Bells
KB swing /Double KB squats
Glute-Ham Raises/Single leg KB Deadlifts
Front Lunges/Reverse lunges
Band bridges/Goblet squat
Leg Day has me feeling like I’m dragging my legs through mud. It was a great workout though.
Goblet squat super set with DB Deadlifts
Hip Bridges with Bands
Deadlifts on smith machine
Front and reverse lunge super set
Leg press super set with Glute Ham Raise.
Today’s lunch time special is the unwrappable chicken wrap. Chicken breast sliced up, sliced bell peppers, sliced tomatoes, sliced avocado, and topped with some home-made chile.
All of this deliciousness on top of a low-carb whole wheat tortilla wrap. This goodness was so feeling, the wrap just folded like a giant taco.
Quick, easy, healthy and very filling.
I’ve been having boiled eggs for breakfast lately, but just a plain egg won’t cut it for me.
While I wait for the eggs to boil, I like to prepare a few topping to add to my breakfast. Some healthy avocado spread on some toast, spear the sliced eggs and top them with some home made Chile and some diced peppers. Or just some ground pepper and Chile. Just a simple way to put some pep in your step.