First Go at Paleo Pizza

First Go at Paleo Pizza

First go at some Paleo Pizza last night! Was absolutely delicious Ingredients: *Paleo pizza crust +water *Organic pizza crust *Goat cheese (this is the only cheese I eat occasionally because it doesn’t upset my stomach) *Italian sausage *Yellow pepper *Tomatoes and organic pizza sauce Bake for 15-20 min at 425 degrees and wahlah!!! Try it for yourself!    ...
8 Steps to Positive Change

8 Steps to Positive Change

– Guest Post By By Garrett McCoy PT Manager, CSCS, PES, CPT Article based on John Berardi’s 8 Lessons on Change   8 Steps to Positive Change   1.  Measure What You Want to Change “Successful people make the major decisions in their life early and manage them daily” John Maxwell   It may sound very basic, but what get’s measured get’s done. If you want to loose weight, weigh yourself. If you want to loose fat consult a trainer to do your body fat. If you want to fit into those “skinny” jeans try them on. It’s startling how many people are scared to face reality and find out where the really are. This realization can be humbling, but it’s step one of a process toward your goal that you can check periodically. Plan out your retesting increments in at least 2 week periods to give you enough time to make progress. Each of these “check-ins” will increase your self esteem towards the realization of your goals or provide a reality check to get you back in line.   Many people obsess over the number or the result, but it’s the measure of your daily habits that are really the catalyst to change. The person who weighs them self everyday will undoubtedly become frustrated due to the natural flux of weight. However, they fail to track their exercise or measure what they’ve put into their mouth. That would be like the person focused on saving money that doesn’t produce a budget or monitor their spending habits. Don’t hope to loose weight or save money.   Know you will...
Life Hacker Highlight: Jeff Kasper

Life Hacker Highlight: Jeff Kasper

Jeff is an awesome tribute to those who experiment, track and share their success and information. Jeff and his wife Betty have two kids, Max 7yrs old and Ethan 4. “My diet philosophy can be summed up with Macro Nutrient Timing. The framework is basically built around high protein, moderate amounts of healthy fats and variable amounts of carbs. I typically do two higher carb days a week after leg workouts (1.5 g per pound of bodyweight, other days I stay in the .75-1g carbs within two hours of a workout otherwise its pretty low. A few years ago I was 30% bodyfat at 218lbs. My body fat now hovers around 10.5% and I’m 214lbs right now. My cholesterol used to be 238 and now it’s 160. I used to have sleep apnea and through testing and educating myself I found that corn fed meats and sugar were primarily responsible. Thanks to my wife and her encouragement, I decided to take care of it. Because of her I am alive today and doing much...
Meatballs from heaven #5starstove

Meatballs from heaven #5starstove

  2lb Ground chicken 3 Mild Italian Organic chicken sausage A whole head of garlic (yes we like our garlic) 1/2 Onion (minced) 2 Eggs 1/4 c Basil (chopped) 1/4 c Flat leaf parsley (chopped) Black pepper Parm (optional)     Sautéed onions & garlic over med heat…. Let cool…. Mix everything together… Form 1 inch meatballs… Bake on lined sheet pan at 400 for 10 min… Flip meatballs… Bake additional 6-8 min or until meat is fully cooked (our oven runs hot so I tested one by cutting into one of the larger ones… No pink with striations is...
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