Warm-up: 20 – 10m Explosion Hill Sprints, 20 Dislocates, 30 seconds each x2: Pec Stretch, Lat Stretch, Samson Stretch, Hip Opener, Seal Stretch
MetCon1 – 3 Rounds for Time:
3 Ground-2-Overhead (155/105lb)
MetCon2 – 3 Rounds for Time:
20 Air Squats
10/5 Ring Dips (strict)
If I have my dates correct this be the last week o’ the Spring Lean Paleo Challenge! I know some of you are excited. I’m excited for you; especially for you all taking the second set of pictures…the good pictures…the after pictures! I’m even more excited because Spain won today and so they are going to the FINAL!!!!
So alas, with this being the last week… this is the last Paleo recipe. Don’t be afraid to keep making Paleo food though and sending us your own recipes. We love that stuff. Today’s recipe is easy peasy, awfully tasty, and it comes from www.paleodietrecipes.org. Remember that fruit has a lot of sugar, so it probably shouldn’t be made often if ever if you are trying to maximize that weight loss. But it is a nice treat!
Eat up…or drink up,
<3 Coach Miss J
Morning Paleo Smoothie
1. Start with a base of coconut milk, I usually use a whole can.
2. Add plenty of any fruit you’d like. I like to use frozen berries. I use either mixed berries, strawberries, blackberries or even cranberries, which give a very tangy taste to my smoothie. The berries add lots of great color to the smoothie and provide lots of beneficial antioxidants.
3. Add one or two whole raw eggs. I wouldn’t worry about having them raw especially if you use free range, naturally fed and organic eggs. The taste will not bother you either, it passes completely under the radar, I just put in the eggs for extra proteins and fat.
4. Optionally add one or two spoonfuls of your favorite nut butter. The taste will be really subtle in your final smoothie, but it will still be there as a nice aftertaste.
5. I like to put in a good dose or pure vanilla extract to finish this flavor explosion.