July 1-7, 2018

GOALS & RECIPES

WORKOUT #1

WORKOUT #2

WORKOUT #3

THIS WEEK

Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July week! Get out and have some fun with family and friends this week, but don’t forget to get a good sweat in along the way.  Holidays can be a tough time to keep your nutrition on track.  Bring a veggie tray to your 4th of July party this week, or look for some fun festive and healthy alternatives to traditional not so healthy favorites. Make sure you keep your intensity up in the As summer heats, up one of the fastest ways to lose performance in your workouts is through dehydration. It is easy to forget to drink water and hydrating fluids as you are busy having fun with friends or on vacation. Up your hydration this week to keep yourself from feeling sluggish in your workouts as the temperatures increase.

THINGS TO PRACTICE:

1. Eat Clean During The Holiday – 4th of July can be tough with holiday festivities and lots of not so healthy food.  Try to bring some healthy food to your 4th of July party and find healthy alternatives to traditional not so healthy favorites.
2. Hydrate Yourself – Hot summer temperatures can leave you feeling dehydrated and slow your performance in your workouts. Try to increase you fluid intake this week… and no that doesn’t mean increase your alcohol!  Alcohol can leave you even more dehydrated.  Stick with water, or other low calorie natural drink options.

GETTING STARTED:

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THIS WEEK’S RECIPES

GOOD EATS

We love to keep meals healthy, easy, and tasty!  Try some of these awesome recipes this week.

Berry Fruit Pizza

A healthier version of a 4th of July favorite!
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Southwest Orzo Salad 

Delicious, light and the perfect side dish for your 4th of July party!
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Greek Lemon Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce

Wow your family with this fun twist on traditional chicken skewers!
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