HOLIDAY PROMOTION THROUGH JANUARY!
Homemade Pho 👌
My post BJJ training meal. I also had pineapples earlier today and prior to training ate a croissant and cappuccino with skin milk. Carbs were loaded at the earlier part of my day! Truly makes a difference in my energy and my weight.
Besides the chili paste and rooster sauce, the pho was overall pretty clean. I used a low sodium organic pho broth, streak strips unseasoned, and shirataki yam noodles. I added white onions for a little more flavor. Surprisingly, I had a hard time finding bean sprouts nearby! My favorite ingredient for pho and no where to be found. It hit the spot though regardless. If you want, you can add jalapeños, cilantro, and lime.
I love Sundays and breakfast. I had enough time to sit down and enjoy my meal. I don’t eliminate carbs, but if I eat it I make sure it’s earlier in my day. This is what works for me and gives me energy to get through my workouts.
Pictured: organic whole wheat toast, scrambled eggs, oatmeal with raisins, cinnamon, and almonds.
Box jump Burpees
Great conditioning exercise. Eliminate the push-up if you can’t do it fluidly, it is more of a conditioning workout rather than strength. Work your way up.
As soon as your feet touch the box spring out and clear the box to be able to do the push-up. Remember quick on the in and out motion when on the ground. Quick and explosive is key.
Jump Squats does the legs good.
Squat as deep as possible, jump, and full extend your legs and body on the jump then land back into a squat, repeat.
Remember to keep the weight in your heels when squatting and your back straight. Extend your arms out when you squat to assist with going deeper and swing arms down as you jump!
Have a good day! Get it in.
Working the bunda!
Square your hips. Your gaze should be down and ahead of you to avoid strain in the neck. Lift your foot straight into the air for 20 repetitions each leg.
Just a piece of her workout today. Focused on core, legs, and butt. Form over anything and modification if necessary.
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