February Challenge: Sled Push for Time

This is a leg burner!! Load the sled to between 30-50kg. Start with 12 body weight squats to box (either low, medium, or high depending on your flexibility). Set timer for 1 minute and see how many sled push lengths you can complete. Once timer stops round to the nearest length or half length. Immediately finish with 12 body weight squats to box. Record your distance and sled weight on the challenge wall. Please remember to unload your weights when completed. #MonthlyChallenges

Will doing sit ups every day rid my stomach fat

Spot training is exercising a specific part of the body to lose fat in that region eg, sit ups for stomach fat, something that I feel is hugely misinterpreted today. Everyone at some point has stayed up too late watching TV then seen the infomercials come on in the early hours of the morning, the products they sell often target the trouble spots of the stomach, legs and butt, but more creative companies have even focused their attention on “helping” people reduce the size of their chins! And, while these pitches might sound ridiculous when looked at objectively, the products continue to sell for one simple reason: We want to believe in spot training. The Short Answer Simply put, the straight

Quick and Easy Lettuce Cups

Ingredients list: - Enough large-leaf lettuce for several cups ( I like Cos or Iceberg) - 1 large orange kumara - Smoked paprika - Garlic powder (optional) - 500g lamb mince - ½ brown onion (finely diced) - Tbsp Moroccan/lamb spices - Tbsp tomato puree - ¼ cup raisins - 125g pottle of natural yogurt - Small bunch of mint - Zest and juice of 1 lemon Preheat the oven to 200°C and line a tray with cooking paper. Boil the jug. Dice the kumara 2cm (I leave the skin on for extra fibre but you can remove it if you prefer). Mix the kumara in a bowl with a tablespoon of oil and

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