The fiddly thing about practice, whether at programming, exercising, playing the trumpet, drawing, or anything else, is that you rarely notice improvement between one session and the next. Don’t let it discourage you. Being consistent over the long haul is what is required. Eventually you’ll look back and realize you’ve climbed a mountain, one day at a time. -Jamis, 37 Signals Blog
Monday – Tuesday – regular schedule
Wednesday – 5:30am, 6:30am, 10am, 12pm and 3pm
THERE ARE NO EVENING CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!
Thursday – Closed
Friday – Open Gym Style Class at NOON (609 Location)
Saturday – Open Gym as usual
Seven rounds for time of:
5 Handstand push-ups
10 Deadlift, (185-155)
10 Chest to bar pull-ups
1. Coconut oil
2. 2 Large eggs
3. ½ Cup cashew nut butter
4. ¼ Teaspoon cinnamon
5. ½ Cup sugarless apple sauce
6. ½ Teaspoon Vanilla extract
(1) Combine all ingredients in a bowl with the exception of coconut oil. Stir the mixture until they are well battered.
(2) Add a little coconut oil to a non-stick frying pan. Just enough to grease it. And then, add the batter into the frying pan and spread it properly to mould into a pancake shape.
(3) Use low or medium heat to cook it and after a minute or two, flip to fry the other side.
(4) Serve with a Paleo-friendly topping of your choice and enjoy!
Now here’s one of my favorite Paleo breakfast beverages.
1. Small seeds from 1 vanilla bean
2. ¼ Cup of Agave nectar
3. 4 Cups of That coconut water
4. 1 Cup of raw almonds
5. A small pinch of sea salt
(1) Add the coconut water and almonds into a blender. Take a nut-milk bag and use it to strain the concoction. Dispose the pulp.
(2) Pour the strained milk mixture into the blender and then toss in the sea salt, vanilla bean seeds, nectar and blend at high speed until smooth.
Now enjoy your heavenly Paleo breakfast drink!