May 24- May 30, 2020

GOALS & RECIPES

WORKOUT #1

WORKOUT #2

WORKOUT #3

THIS WEEK

Happy Memorial Day

Take a moment this week to remember those that have served our country!

THINGS TO PRACTICE:

1. S.A.I.D. This is one of the oldest principles in the book, but it is one worth talking about and remembering.  If you are like our family during this time, it feels like the same routine over and over, day after day.  S.A.I.D. means Specific Adaptations for Imposed Demands. What this means is that your body responds and adapts based on the demands and stimulus that you provide it.  If you go out on the same 3 mile run every day, your body gets very good at that 3 mile run, but may not be getting the stimulus it needs to improve speed or long distance or strength. Keep this in mind this week. How are you varrying your activities day by day to keep your body responding and on track to your goals.
2. Mix It Up. Similar to the S.A.I.D. principle of training, make sure to not get in a food rut.  Do you change up the meals you eat each week. Look for new fruits and vegetables to incorporate into foods.  Look for new recipes and change things up a bit.  If you are looking for ideas, make sure to check out our recipes section!

GETTING STARTED:

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START WORKOUT #1

THIS WEEK’S RECIPES

GOOD EATS

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

Tiger Nut Pancakes

A superfood twist on a breakfast favorite

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Chia Seed Salad Dressing

A great salad full with an antioxidant boost
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Tiger Nut Breaded Shrimp

A healthy and slightly sweet breaded shrimp
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