Coach Mike on The Paleo Solution Podcast 

Coach Mike on The Paleo Solution Podcast 

Coach Mike was recently a guest on Robb Wolf’s Paleo Solution Podcast. DOWNLOAD THE MP3 HERE Topics Career path as a personal trainer and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner  How we approach stress management  Preferences on gadgets and technology Much more!  Visit...
RECIPE: Christmas Cookies – Paleo friendly 

RECIPE: Christmas Cookies – Paleo friendly 

One of my favorite parts of the holidays is when my wife Leah whips up a batch of our applesauce cookies. They are soooooo goooood.  Here’s how to make them: Preheat oven to 325 Dry ingredients: 2 c almond flour (or coconut flour) 1 tsp cinnamon  1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/2 tsp cloves 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp salt Wet ingredients: 1 c unsweetened applesauce  1/2 c coffee (room temp) 1/4 c coconut oil (melted) 1 egg 1/2 bag cacao chips (or more!) **honey (optional for extra sweet) Combine dry ingredients.  Combine wet ingredients.  Add together.  Once oven reaches 325, make small dollops & place on a parchment paper lined baking pan.   These ones don’t spread so minimal spacing between cookies for baking is fine. Bake 10-12 minutes.  Cookies will remain fluffy but look for slight browness on the bottom....
BETTER Time Management: Better Results

BETTER Time Management: Better Results

Guest post written by: Todd Whelan How to balance your life using time allocation techniques: words of wisdom from the life of a busy New York professional …” I don’t have time to meal prep, time to workout, time for my family, time, time, time….. We all need more time in the day, time to get things done!” These are words we’ve all grown accustomed to hearing – usually coming out of our own mouths.  What’s a practical solution?  Try to create a time allocation wheel! What’s that you ask, let Todd explain! “Many of us at Drive lead very busy lives!” says Todd, “from work to family, travel, working out, meal prep, eating, sleeping, the list goes on …” So What Do You Do When You Have Too Much To Do? First let’s look at what is necessary in our day to day life! >> EATING: We all need to eat. Some of us need to eat more; some of us need to eat less. With that comes meal prep, grocery shopping, etc. >> WORK: Also a necessity. We need to be able to pay for things like food, rent, transportation, training etc. There are work commitments that take place outside of the workplace itself. Often we work late. >> SLEEP: We all sleep and, in fact, we all probably need more of it. So what’s a time allocation wheel, you ask? Hold tight. We’re getting there. Let’s now look at luxuries we have … > TV: Most of us have many TV shows we watch regularly or mindlessly > PARTYING WITH FRIENDS >PLAYING ON / POSTING ON...
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