Thai Zucchini Soup

by 101cookbooks.com Here's one for those non-meat eaters out there. Chunky, zingy, and spicy soup with a thin broth, perfect over brown rice to make a real meal out of it. Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Yield: 4-6 Ingredients: ⦁ 2T coconut oil or clarified butter ⦁ 1C shallots (or onion), sliced ⦁ 1-2T green curry paste, to taste ⦁ 1 can coconut milk ⦁ 6 medium zucchini, roughly chopped ⦁ 1C water, plus extra if needed ⦁ Juice of 1 lime ⦁ cooked brown rice (or other grain) ⦁ Topping Ideas: ⦁ basil oil ⦁ roasted cherry tomatoes ⦁ toasted nuts/seeds ⦁ fresh herbs and extra squeezed lime juice ⦁ Salt Instructions: 1. He

Sandbag Shoulder to Shoulder Press

You can use any sandbags for this great exercise, but Results Room's new sandbags offer a slightly more variable load due to their shape and load. As usual, when using a new piece of equipment, you should be comfortable doing the traditional version of this exercise first. For example your overhead press using either a barbell, dumbells or landmine should have great technique before progressing to this less stable and more challenging option. The best thing about a sandbag is you can move it anywhere, with any grip. It's perfect for mimicking specific movements from your lifestyle - whether that's lifting the kids out of a car seat, stacking a shelf up high at work, or dragging a heavy bag o

The secret to avoid losing your workout momentum

Momentum can be both a blessing and a curse. When you have momentum on your side, you're an unstoppable force, smashing through training plateaus, and achieving the results you've set for yourself. When momentum works against you is when you struggle to regain your routines, always feel short of time, and find your new habit of binge watching Game of Thrones to be the most important thing in your life. Whether you're new to a gym or very experienced, everybody remembers the feeling of starting a gym routine. How important it is creating that momentum and successfully completing your ideal week of training, week after week, until by building that momentum, you find you've created a habit you

Thai Fish cakes on quinoa

Refreshing and full of flavour these Thai fish cakes are perfect for lunch or serve them for dinner with a salad. Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4 Ingredients: ⦁ 160g snapper fillet with bones and skin removed ⦁ 160g salmon fillet with bones and skin removed ⦁ 160g peeled raw prawns ⦁ 2 tsp chopped fresh coriander ⦁ 3 tsp fish sauce ⦁ 3 tsp sweet chilli sauce ⦁ 3 egg whites ⦁ 1 garlic clove finely chopped ⦁ 2 kaffir lime leaves shredded or zest of 1 lime ⦁ zest and juice of 1 lemon ⦁ 1 tablespoon avocado oil ⦁ 100g (1/2 cup) quinoa ⦁ zest and juice of 1/2 lemon ⦁ small handful of coriander leaves, chopped Instructi

How to Plan your ideal week of exercise

At Results Room your exercise programming is structured around what we call the 'Ideal Week'. This plan of your ideal week is put together by you, with some support from your coach. How is the Ideal week implemented? The ideal week fits into the Accountability System that every Results Room member is held to both personally and by their coach. This system works by pre-planning the training week. Recognising and dealing with roadblocks in advance, and then checking off that what actually ends up happening matches that plan. The coach checks in at least on a weekly basis and can offer a sounding board if things are not going according to plan. If this is the case then together the plan could

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