Posts tagged Fitness & Health
My Awesome Experience With Primal Play

Last night I had an amazing opportunity to be involved in a Primal Play group meet up. What is Primal Play? Well the methodology that author of Paleo Fitness Darryl Edwards (@fitnessexplorer) uses is that it is about making activity fun, effective and engaging while getting healthier, fitter and stronger in the process. Darryl doesn't call the programs that appear in his book workouts but "playouts."

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Recipe: Scrumptious, Gooey Gluten Free Cacao Tart

Well, we had another fantastic dinner together with The Merrymaker Sisters, Emma and Carla, last night. This time around it was at their place and their turn to provide the main course. You can see the menu of our last dinner get together here.

Anyway this time around the girls produced two very delicious recipes from Irena Macri's website Eat Love Paleo. They were Irena's Show Off Paleo Lasagna and  Irena's take on Carbonara. Both of these were delicious and if I wasn't saving myself for the dessert I would have definitely had seconds.

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Very Yummy Fish Curry

We had this delicious recipe for dinner on Good Friday. Probably should have posted it back then but forgot all about it. Better late than never I guess. You can have this on rice, cauliflower rice or all on it's own. Have never tried it with a naan bread or roti but would imagine that it would go well with it also.

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Tuesday's SUP Workout 18 March 2014

Well it is Tuesday so you know what that means. This morning was the first time that I have not been able to participate in a session. It was good (will have to get used to it as a qualified PT) and bad (as it looked like hard work but enjoyable, if that makes any sense). This was all about endurance both muscular and cardiovascular.

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Tuesday's 21-15-9 Circuit

In accordance with last week's session being a step up, I thought it best to maintain the rage and programme a high intensity session for Tuesday.

Nothing says high intensity like Burpees matched with a 21-15-9 ratio.  Here are the exercises:

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