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professional calisthenics

July 31, 2009 by  
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When it comes to training with no weights, Bartendaz rein supreme. These pro calisthenics athletes are the best I ever seen. Their commitment to physical fitness is evident by the share intensity of each workout. Watching a Bartendaz video gets me motivated to go hard or go home…BAR-TEN-DAZ

Chia Seed

July 29, 2009 by  
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chiaHey there! its been a few days since my last post, but I’m back with a new super food for all my blog readers. Do you remember Chia pet? You know, sprinkle some water on a sheep statue and watch it grow overnight into a little green furry plant. Well I found out that those little seeds are more magical then just quick plant growth.

Chia has been in use for at least 3,000 years. Located in central America it was a favorite of the Aztec warriors, who would consume the seeds right before battle or a long run for its endurance capabilities. Chia is the richest and only unprocessed whole food source of Omega 3. I also found out that it is a complete protein with a soluble fiber that forms a gel that slows sugar absorption in your blood stream. Chia aids in digesting by removing toxin and eliminating waste.

My Super Green protein smoothie

July 21, 2009 by  
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In today’s post I’m going to give up one of my secrets to great physical health and stamina. like my motto reads, nutrition equals fitness. I will begin with my very own green protein smoothie. This smoothie will have everything you need for pre and post workouts with both energy and recovery contents. Okay, now for the ingredients.

*  Two to three tablespoons of organic Hemp protein

*  Two tablespoons of Brown rice protein

*  One tablespoon of organic Wheat grass powder

*  One teaspoon of Chlorella

*  One scoop(15g)of Chia seed

*  Maca(500g capsule)

*  One tablespoon of Flax seed oil

*  One medium to large Banana

*  Three to four strawberries

*  Two dozen Blueberries

No Gym No Problem

July 14, 2009 by  
Filed under The Gym Chronicles

marines_do_pushupsThere are many types of exercise that we can do how ever when ever and where ever. These include:

* Running – This is one of the best cardio exercises there is. All you need to get started is a good pair of shoes, some weather-appropriate running gear, and a place to run.
* Push-ups – Push-ups are excellent for strength training. They work the arms, shoulders and chest, and they also build upper core strength.
* Crunches – Crunches are like sit-ups, but they are not as hard on the back. They are wonderful for toning the abdominal muscles.
* Lunges – If you want to improve muscle tone in the legs, lunges are perfect. They can also provide cardiac benefits if you do enough repetitions.
* Walking – Considered one of the best forms of exercise that just about anyone can do. Walking works the entire body and the participant can go at their own pace. In fact, walking doesn’t have to seem like “exercise” at all to be beneficial – simply incorporating more walking into your daily life will make a difference.

Oranges

July 12, 2009 by  
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EU12_SOU0136_MHey its sunny and Sunday, I think a nice juicy Florida Orange goes with this beautiful weather we’ve been having. well let me give you the 411 on the powerful nutrients contain in this citrus fruit.

Oranges are a excellent source of potassium, which is a mineral that’s important for heart health. Vitamin C runs abundantly through this delicious fruit. Providing one hundred thirty percent of the recommended daily value per orange.  The B vitamin folate that helps prevent birth defects and heart ailments is another natural benefits of eating a fresh orange daily.  Loaded with antioxidants you can’t go wrong

Did you know that fibers found in the white layer of the skin, can slow down you appetite and hunger levels for up to four hours. So run out and pick up some oranges, add this popular fruit to your arsenal of health benefiting foods.

Eating Healthy Without Going Broke

July 10, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

6a00d8341c52f053ef010535ae482e970b-320wiEating the right foods is essential to your health. Too much fat and sugar in the diet can cause a laundry list of health problems, not to mention that it makes it difficult to maintain a healthy weight. We also need to get in all of the nutrients that are essential to your health. And you must watch out for meats that contain antibiotics and hormones and produce that contains pesticides or has been genetically modified.

Unfortunately, eating healthy is far from easy. Sometimes you may not have the time to make or seek out healthy meals and end up eating convenience foods or something from the closest burger joint. And for those of us who make it a priority to eat balanced meals, cost is often prohibitive. Organic meats and produce aren’t cheap, and health food restaurants can be pricey, too.

As impossible as it may sound, you can eat healthy without putting a big dent in the budget. Here are some tips:

Basil

July 9, 2009 by  
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Basil is an herb belonging to the mint family, Lamiaceae.  The name is of Greek origin an means “royalty”.  Basil comes in many different varieties, different in shape, size, and color.  Large-leaf   Italian sweet, tiny-leaf bush, Thai, lemon, and African blue are the most common cooking varieties.

Why Eat Basil?

Basil is rich in rosmarinic and caffeic acid, which are phenolic compounds with strong antioxidant properties.  Other phytochemicals in basil include orientin and vicerin, flavonoids that protect cells from damage; volatile oils, such as camphor and 1,8-cineole, that have antibacterial properties; and carotenoids such as beta-carotene.

ANTIBACTERIAL PROPERTIES:  Oil of basil has demonstrated strong antibacterial traits, even with antibiotic-resistant types.  It has been found particularly effective in killing harmful bacteria found in produce.  Next time you order a salad out, ask for lots of basil.

Fresh Basil leaf

Fresh Basil leaf

spinach

July 8, 2009 by  
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Fresh Raw Spinach

Fresh Raw Spinach

Popeye had good reason to be downing cans of spinach, but it wasn’t until I became obsess with nutrition that I discover the life changing benefits.  Spinach belongs to the same family as beets and chard.  There are three main types of spinach including smooth leaf, savoy, and semi-savoy.  All are delicious and rich in nutrients.

Spinach is an excellent source of fiber and vitamin K.  It is a rich source of minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, and manganese.  It is also rich in folate, a water-souluble B vitamin which is important for good cognitive function.  Spinach is especially high in vitamin A and related compounds such as beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, and lutein, carotenoids that act as protection for the eye.  Spinach is one of the richest sources of lutein, containing nearly 30,000 micrograms per cup of frozen spinach.  Spinach is also rich in glycolipids, powerful phytochemicals known to have cancer cell growth suppression and antiproliferation qualities.

Pumping Iron

July 6, 2009 by  
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I figure i’ll start the tip section off the right way, we can always learn from the legend. This movie always keeps me hungry!!

15 Minute Abs Workout

July 6, 2009 by  
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