Keep It Interesting

We all know that keeping a good diet is paramount in helping us reach our fitness goals.  I’ve found that the best way to really stay committed is to somehow make it interesting.  How do I make it interesting?  Here’s a breakdown of how one might approach this. 

  • Support – We’re surrounded by like minded people who share the same interest in getting fit and eating clean.  Get together with some friends, split the cost and have them join and help you.  See a delicious recipe that looks too complicated or difficult?  Ask someone.  Ask me!  I’ll gladly help you whenever I can.  
  • Inspiration – Did you know Julia Child was paleo?  Absolutely not but one thing is for certain, this woman was passionate about food.  She put her heart and soul into every dish she made.  Find inspiration in foods that YOU think would be delicious to eat.  You can usually modify a recipe to make it more nutritious and healthy. 
  • Action – Scour the plethora of great paleo websites and pick out at least 5 new recipes that look absolutely delicious.  Find one you like?  Share it with us!  Make it fun!  Get together with your like minded friends and make a night out of it!  If long term fitness and health is important to you, make a decision and immediately commit to eating clean.

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Miles working the 3rd pull.

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Tracey exhibiting super fast elbows as she rises from below parallel!

Here’s one of my favorite paleo websites and one of my own personal, go to recipes.  I’d like to hear from you.  What recipes and, or websites have worked for you?  Share recipes, websites, and tips in the comments.

http://nomnompaleo.com/

Brian’s Root Vegetable Slop!

Ingredients:

2tsp. coconut oil

4 Leeks – chopped

1 Red onion – chopped

2 Garlic cloves – minced

1 small can tomato paste

16 oz. bone broth

4 Carrots – chopped or one bag of chopped and peeled.

1 Golden beet – chopped

1 Sweet potato – chopped

2 Parsnips – chopped

1 Rutabega – chopped

2lbs. 100% grass fed ground beef

Salt

Pepper

In a large sautee pan or pot add ground beef.  Plenty of salt and pepper over the top.  Cook until brown.

Grab a large pot

Heat up the coconut oil on med – high

Throw in the leeks and onion and cook till translucent

Add garlic, cook for a couple more minutes.

Add tomato paste and spread with a large spoon

Deglaze with bone broth, scrape the bottom of the pan.

Add the rest of the bone broth, ground beef, and root vegetables.  Stir it up and bring to a simmer.  Cook on low for about 30 min. 

Salt and pepper to taste.

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All Levels and Intermediate Classes

Skill: Clean

1-1-1-1-1

Workout:

3 rounds for time of:

800 meter run

8 cleans (165# for men/108# for women) or ~75% of 1 rm (up scaling or scaling)

Beginner Skill:

Front Squats

2-2-2-2-2

Workout:

3 rounds for time of:

800 meter run

8 Front squats (75% of 1 rm)

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