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  • 04/12-2018

    Challenge a friend by @! A1.
    Strict Pull up - 4-6reps x4set Tempo 2011
    A2.
    Glute Bridge Kettlebell Bench Press - 8reps x4set Tempo 21X1
    A3. Hanging Knee Raise - Amrap x 4set

    B. Amrap 20min
    8 pull up
    16 push ups
    24 air squats

    Comment score and time!
  • 04/12-2018

Challenge a friend by @! A1.
Strict Pull up -  4-6reps x4set Tempo 2011
A2.
 Glute Bridge Kettlebell Bench Press -  8reps x4set Tempo 21X1
A3.  Hanging Knee Raise - Amrap x 4set

B. Amrap 20min
8 pull up 
16 push ups 
24 air squats

Comment score and time!
  •  5  1 17 hours ago
  • Lunch today from @theoldqtr using @capitaleats_ 25% takeout discount, thank you!! Was so good and a perfect way to get through second to last day of the working week 👌🏼 All this for $15 usually and $11 using discount, score!!
  • Lunch today from @theoldqtr using @capitaleats_ 25% takeout discount, thank you!! Was so good and a perfect way to get through second to last day of the working week 👌🏼 All this for $15 usually and $11 using discount, score!!
  •  7  1 17 hours ago
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  •  6  1 17 hours ago
  • Ki melyiket választaná reggelire? Szendvics/Croissiant/Zabkása? Sós vagy édes?
    Milyen szempontok alapján találod ki, hogy mi lesz aznap a reggeli? 🤔
    Vagy ez csak nálam okoz fejtörést? 🤷🏼‍♂️😅😋
  • Ki melyiket választaná reggelire? Szendvics/Croissiant/Zabkása? Sós vagy édes? 
Milyen szempontok alapján találod ki, hogy mi lesz aznap a reggeli? 🤔
Vagy ez csak nálam okoz fejtörést? 🤷🏼‍♂️😅😋
  •  53  4 17 hours ago
  • It’s no secret that I adore seafood. I dig into my sizzlefishfit stash weekly. Tonight It was a delicious meal of surf n surf. 😉 A little mix of halibut and shrimp because I couldn’t decide. The thing I love about these weeknight meals is the simplicity. All I added was some fresh greens, mango salsa and fresh avocado. A meal like this is like a bite of summer at the beach. It’s lovely, fresh and takes about 15 minutes, and you’re good to go! 👍😍 So full of flavor and an amazing meal ❤️ #paleo #sizzlefishfit #weeknightmeals #delicious
  • It’s no secret that I adore seafood. I dig into my sizzlefishfit stash weekly. Tonight It was a delicious meal of surf n surf. 😉 A little mix of halibut and shrimp because I couldn’t decide. The thing I love about these weeknight meals is the simplicity. All I added was some fresh greens, mango salsa and fresh avocado. A meal like this is like a bite of summer at the beach. It’s lovely, fresh and takes about 15 minutes, and you’re good to go! 👍😍 So full of flavor and an amazing meal ❤️ #paleo #sizzlefishfit #weeknightmeals #delicious
  •  1  0 17 hours ago
  • Damn, damn tasty! 👌🏼
    But don’t look up the real #padseeew 🤪
  • Damn, damn tasty! 👌🏼
But don’t look up the real #padseeew 🤪
  •  6  1 17 hours ago
  • 03/12-2018

    Challenge a friend by @! A.
    Front squat
    4x4set Tempo 21X0. ca 65%

    B1.
    Romanian Deadlift - 6x4set Tempo 2011 x 4set
    B2.
    Side Bridge - 20-30sek / side x 4set

    C.
    1min amrap rest 30sec x12rounds
    Alternate between;
    1. Assault bike
    2. 4 Box jump over + 6 Dumbbell deadlifts
    3. 4 No push up burpee + 8 KB reverse lunges

    Comment score and time!
  • 03/12-2018

Challenge a friend by @! A. 
Front  squat
4x4set Tempo 21X0. ca 65%

B1. 
Romanian Deadlift - 6x4set Tempo 2011 x 4set
B2. 
Side Bridge - 20-30sek / side x 4set

C. 
1min amrap rest 30sec x12rounds
Alternate between;
1. Assault bike
2. 4 Box jump over + 6 Dumbbell deadlifts
3. 4 No push up burpee + 8 KB reverse lunges

Comment score and time!
  •  9  2 17 hours ago
  • The most vital benefits of VITAMIN D are regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and facilitating normal immune system function. Getting a sufficient amount of vitamin D is important for normal growth and development of bones and teeth, as well as improved resistance.
  • The most vital benefits of VITAMIN D are regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and facilitating normal immune system function. Getting a sufficient amount of vitamin D is important for normal growth and development of bones and teeth, as well as improved resistance.
  •  8  1 17 hours ago
  • LOVE OR HATE?

    BRUSSELS SPROUTS are a staple part of the Christmas season, but over the couple of years, people have started to realise how good these little balls of green are for you!
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    1 serving is going to give you a massive boost in Vitamin K & Vitamin C. Filling the plate and your belly, but still coming in at less than 30 calories! A true high volume food, the great British Brussel Sprout is an amazing food to bring into your weekly intake.
    .
    But how would you cook them? No one wants to be serving up those smelly, soggy sprouts Aunt Brenda used to plop on your plate!
    .
    We bring to you… Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Nutmeg!
    The simplest of side dishes to take a British bore to the next level!
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    Ingredients
    150g Bacon, Minced
    450g Fresh Brussels Sprouts
    2 Tspn Butter
    Nutmeg, Freshly Grated
    Salt To Taste
    Black Pepper To Taste
    ⅓ Whole Lemon, Juiced
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    Preparation
    1. First, mince the bacon and start frying it over medium high heat. While it’s frying, cut the stems off the Brussels sprouts and then either shred or dice them. I halved them lengthwise and then kind of whacked at the halves. No need to be precise here. Once they’re shredded, give them a thorough wash in the sink.
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    2. Once the bacon is nice and browned, remove it from the pan. Drain the bacon grease out of the pan, and add the butter. Keep the heat at medium high.
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    3. As soon as the butter has melted, add the shredded/chopped Brussels sprouts. Cook for about 5 minutes and add salt and pepper to taste, along with the nutmeg.
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    4. Add the bacon back in, and continue to cook for another few minutes. Add the lemon juice right at the end. Give it a taste–add more nutmeg or lemon juice if needed. You’re looking for a little burst of freshness in your mouth, but not one that overwhelms the flavours from the bacon and nutmeg.
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    5. Serve and await the applause!
  • LOVE OR HATE?

BRUSSELS SPROUTS are a staple part of the Christmas season, but over the couple of years, people have started to realise how good these little balls of green are for you!
.
1 serving is going to give you a massive boost in Vitamin K & Vitamin C. Filling the plate and your belly, but still coming in at less than 30 calories! A true high volume food, the great British Brussel Sprout is an amazing food to bring into your weekly intake.
.
But how would you cook them? No one wants to be serving up those smelly, soggy sprouts Aunt Brenda used to plop on your plate!
.
We bring to you… Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Nutmeg!
The simplest of side dishes to take a British bore to the next level!
.
.
Ingredients
150g Bacon, Minced
450g Fresh Brussels Sprouts
2 Tspn Butter
Nutmeg, Freshly Grated
Salt To Taste
Black Pepper To Taste
⅓ Whole Lemon, Juiced
.
.
Preparation
1. First, mince the bacon and start frying it over medium high heat. While it’s frying, cut the stems off the Brussels sprouts and then either shred or dice them. I halved them lengthwise and then kind of whacked at the halves. No need to be precise here. Once they’re shredded, give them a thorough wash in the sink.
-
2. Once the bacon is nice and browned, remove it from the pan. Drain the bacon grease out of the pan, and add the butter. Keep the heat at medium high.
-
3. As soon as the butter has melted, add the shredded/chopped Brussels sprouts. Cook for about 5 minutes and add salt and pepper to taste, along with the nutmeg.
-
4. Add the bacon back in, and continue to cook for another few minutes. Add the lemon juice right at the end. Give it a taste–add more nutmeg or lemon juice if needed. You’re looking for a little burst of freshness in your mouth, but not one that overwhelms the flavours from the bacon and nutmeg.
-
5. Serve and await the applause!
  •  7  3 17 hours ago
  • our HEMPNOLA is available on the menu now @long___shot Melbourne VIC.
  • our HEMPNOLA is available on the menu now @long___shot Melbourne VIC.
  •  15  3 17 hours ago
  • Day 13 of #lchf_int_upto2019
    Russian 👉👉👉

    Part 1.
    SUPERfoods.

    Top 10 necessary products in your diet to make it as healthy as possible:

    1. Avocado 🥑. 20 essential nutrients (including potassium, vitamin E and B, folic acid). Reduces inflammation, fights against cancer cells, protects the liver, reduces excess cholesterol.
    2. Tomatoes 🍅. Contain vitamins A, E, B, C, potassium, manganese and phosphorus, and are also a concentrated source of lycopene, an antioxidant carotenoid, which (proven!) reduces the risk of stroke and cancer, and is also considered useful in the treatment of prostate cancer.
    3. Mushrooms shiitake. They contain ergotionein - it suppresses oxidative stress, as well as copper (deficiency of which is often associated with the development of coronary heart disease).
    4. Berries 🍓. 3 or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week = 32% reduction in the risk of heart attack. Strawberry also contains fizetin, which helps prevent Alzheimer's disease; blueberries reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes; compound in blackberry suppressed tumor cell growth.
    5. Cucumbers 🥒. Vitamins B5, C, K, potassium, magnesium, manganese, fiber, and lignans - potentially reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer, incl. mammary gland, uterus, ovaries and prostate. Cucurbitacins contained in cucumbers inhibit the development of cancer cells.
    6. Greens 🌿! Spinach - antioxidants that fight cancer, and folate: improving of short-term memory, reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. Spinach and kale contain vitamin K1, useful for veins and arteries. Green beet - iron, strengthens the immune system!
    7. Garlic. Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant properties. Contains allicin, which forms sulfenic acid, which reacts to dangerous free radicals faster than other compounds.
    8. Red cabbage. It is rich in amino acid L-glutamine, which heals the soft tissues lining the intestines.
    9. Tea matcha. In Japanese matcha tea, there are 17 (!) times more antioxidants than wild bilberries!
    10. Pistachios. Reduce vascular spasm during stress, which means reducing the load on the heart due to the expanded lumen of the arteries.
    👇👇👇
  • Day 13 of #lchf_int_upto2019
Russian 👉👉👉
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Part 1.
SUPERfoods.
⠀
Top 10 necessary products in your diet to make it as healthy as possible:
⠀
1. Avocado 🥑. 20 essential nutrients (including potassium, vitamin E and B, folic acid). Reduces inflammation, fights against cancer cells, protects the liver, reduces excess cholesterol.
2. Tomatoes 🍅. Contain vitamins A, E, B, C, potassium, manganese and phosphorus, and are also a concentrated source of lycopene, an antioxidant carotenoid, which (proven!) reduces the risk of stroke and cancer, and is also considered useful in the treatment of prostate cancer.
3. Mushrooms shiitake. They contain ergotionein - it suppresses oxidative stress, as well as copper (deficiency of which is often associated with the development of coronary heart disease).
4. Berries 🍓. 3 or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week = 32% reduction in the risk of heart attack. Strawberry also contains fizetin, which helps prevent Alzheimer's disease; blueberries reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes; compound in blackberry suppressed tumor cell growth.
5. Cucumbers 🥒. Vitamins B5, C, K, potassium, magnesium, manganese, fiber, and lignans - potentially reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer, incl. mammary gland, uterus, ovaries and prostate. Cucurbitacins contained in cucumbers inhibit the development of cancer cells.
6. Greens 🌿! Spinach - antioxidants that fight cancer, and folate: improving of short-term memory, reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. Spinach and kale contain vitamin K1, useful for veins and arteries. Green beet - iron, strengthens the immune system!
7. Garlic. Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant properties. Contains allicin, which forms sulfenic acid, which reacts to dangerous free radicals faster than other compounds.
8. Red cabbage. It is rich in amino acid L-glutamine, which heals the soft tissues lining the intestines.
9. Tea matcha. In Japanese matcha tea, there are 17 (!) times more antioxidants than wild bilberries!
10. Pistachios. Reduce vascular spasm during stress, which means reducing the load on the heart due to the expanded lumen of the arteries.
👇👇👇
  •  19  2 17 hours ago
  • Hailing from St Marys in Tasmania, our @bassstraitbeef farmer Alison Napier farms on some of the purest paddocks of Australia. Only 10km from the coast, St Marys has perfect conditions to grow grass fed beef. #localfarmers #bassstraitbeef
  • Hailing from St Marys in Tasmania, our @bassstraitbeef farmer Alison Napier farms on some of the purest paddocks of Australia. Only 10km from the coast, St Marys has perfect conditions to grow grass fed beef. #localfarmers #bassstraitbeef
  •  9  1 17 hours ago
  • #Heytiger let’s run away together. I’m an easy to pack snack to keep your healthy eating on track no matter where you are. #tigernutraveller
    Image: @australia
  • #Heytiger let’s run away together. I’m an easy to pack snack to keep your healthy eating on track no matter where you are. #tigernutraveller 
Image: @australia
  •  18  1 17 hours ago
  • most delicious looking coconut panna cotta via @inoue .yoko
  • most delicious looking coconut panna cotta via @inoue.yoko
  •  25  4 17 hours ago
  • This meal was so good! Zoodles dressed in lemon juice, black pepper and sesame seeds with vegetable gyoza and siracha soy for dipping 🍜🥟😋
  • This meal was so good! Zoodles dressed in lemon juice, black pepper and sesame seeds with vegetable gyoza and siracha soy for dipping 🍜🥟😋
  •  37  4 17 hours ago