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Cod Baked with Spinach & Crispy Top

Cod is by far one of my favorite proteins of the sea and this recipe gives it a nice crunch. With the garlic and oregano aroma that will fill the kitchen you’ll have the whole house excited to sit down and enjoy great mouth feels of savory, smooth and crisp!      WHAT YOU NEED Read More

Get A Grip

What’s up world! Today we are going to talk about Grip. The two topics we are going to discuss are why it’s important and how to strengthen it. So by the end of this blog you will have a complete mapped out guide on how to increase your grip strength. So let’s dive in.   Read More

Acai Bowl

I love a good acai bowl! Especially on a hot day or after a sweaty workout. It’s refreshing and cool, as well as a great way to replenish your glycogen levels with great tasty carbs from fresh fruit and some protein depending on what sort of yogurt you use or garnish like nuts. In this Read More

Sweat & Flow: Steel Mace Workouts

30 steel mace workouts made with freedom in mind. The freedom to train where you want, when you want, without pain, and while having fun.  When did working out stop feeling fun?  When you stepped into the same, crowded gym, did the same routine, with the same equipment, and realized you’re seeing the same results?  Read More

Asparagus, Avocado and Green Peas Salad

The Power of Green!!! This one is a mean green machine! Packed with plenty of micronutrients which are vitamins and minerals that we tend to forget about when tracking are foods and calories. With a blast of citrus from fresh squeezed grapefruit, this salad will help you get your greens in for the full day! Read More

Why You Should Focus On Strength

Why you should focus on building strength to achieve any and all of your fitness goals. In today’s world with it’s over abundance of foods and sedentary/inactive lifestyle the rule of the “hunter gather” is at its end. No more do we as humans need to track down or go in search of food for Read More

Salmon Nicoise Salad

Today’s recipe is a traditional piece from France. It’s amazingly light and refreshing with a mighty macro profile. This recipe is a great one to introduce for a lovely dinner night and pairs quite well with a nice merlot. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO Place the salmon skin side down in a colander over a Read More

Macronutrients Part 4: Fats

Today’s blog is the last of our Macronutrients information. Part four is all about Fats and why they are good for you and our overall health. To start, let’s talk about the most common fats that we see on our nutrition labels. Trans Fat, Saturated Fats and then we have monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.  In Read More

Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage and Eggs

This one is packed full of all the macronutrients you need!!! FATS, CARBS, PROTEINS!!!! This epically delicious recipe is great for any meal of the day and can be made in bulk to have you set up for the whole week! You can also find ways to make it to your specific taste and use Read More