Batch Cooking: If you are like me and you struggle to eat lunch, or just struggle to stay on a clean diet throughout the day, then here is an idea that might help you stay on track. Batch cooking, or preparing meals ahead of time is a great way to stay ahead of the power curve. If you have good food prepared, then you are less likely to eat bad food or skip meals. Here, I made some great bean-less chili. I bought a chili seasoning packet from the store, got some lean wild game meat from our friend Jen Prock over at Kinikin Processing (240-4329), cut up one onion, one pepper and two tomatoes. Brown the meat, onion and pepper, add the seasoning and tomatoes and you are good to go!
Workout of the Day
WOD: Partner “Helen”
As a pair complete 6 rounds of:
21 KBS (24kg/16kg)
This workout will be divided between partners in an alternating fashion. The first partner runs the 400M. When he or she returns, the second partner performs the 21 KBS. The first partner does 12 pull-ups and then the second partner heads out on the second 400M. By then end of the workout, each partner should have performed a full 3 rounds of “Helen”
Comp Team Goodies:
7×3 with 1 minute rest between sets.