We did a different workout this year but this is such a great video full of exercises you can do at home that I thought I would share this again!
So I'm 35 this year (not 34) and maybe if I have time I'll make a video that describes my 35th Birthday Workout. Until then as you watch this video. Keep in mind that all the exercises have different levels to them and there are some people in boot camp who don't do some of these exercises for various reasons. "exercise" good judgement and if you can't figure one out move on (and call us about training too if you want).
Happy Jeremy's Birthday to YOU!
Jeremy "tall trainer" Biernat
P.S. to all 35 who took advantage of my birthday gift yesterday, thank you and good luck. I hope to hear about what you learned at the end of the week!
P.P.S. here's the video link if clicking on the picture doesn't work
Anyone need little break from all the special treats about now?!
This salad is fresh, crisp and delicious! Whenever I look at a recipe I size up how long will it take me to make it. I thought chopping the cabbage would be a total pain but it wasn't and went really fast! It makes a large amount and lasts several days so I found it worth the small amount of time it took!
HOW I LOST 7% BODY FAT...EATING POP TARTS....IN BED!?!?!
By: Sarah Biernat RN, CPT
***For those who are totally against pop-tarts please read the bottom***
This is ABSOLUTE truth! I promise there is no fib, but there is much more to this story! If one were to look on my side of the bed they would likely see pop tart crumbs, and that shinny wrapper crinkled on my nightstand. Some nights the crumbs wake me up and I have to brush them onto Jeremy’s side of the bed.Marriage is SO FUN!
But wait, wait, wait. This goes against ALL science and what the fitness magazines tell me to do to lose fat. Eat pure sugar right before bed? This should make me wake up with hips in the shape of pop-tarts or cinnamon buns or something like that, RIGHT? Well, that is not what happened for me.
This is what really happened....
High School was the peak of pop-tart eating days for my fellow classmates. This was also the peak of my anorexia. I was pretty much hungry ALL the time and refused...
I don't "bake" much anymore because I am the one who primarily eats it! During this time of year I get the itch to make cookies. It brings back fond memories of being a little girl and helping my mom bake. I want the same for my daughter without affecting my waist line TOO much! This recipe is a healthier alternative to other cookies. But by NO means am I saying this is a free for all and eat 10 of them:) They are healthier calories but a calorie is still a calorie!
These do really taste like gingerbread and are fairly sweet so it does satisfy that sweet tooth craving. Hope you enjoy!
I want to make sure you are as successful as possible this holiday season. I did this seminar a few years ago and I wanted to send you this audio and bullet points so you can have a better plan for this week!!!
Most people are going to gain weight that they never lose! I want you to be one of the "lucky" one's who doesn't AND STILL ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS!!!
SEMINAR Audio << CLICK HERE
I hope you find this helpful! If you have any questions don't hesitate to respond to this email. If you would like to join our program so we can help you "fight" please email [email protected]
Hope you have a Happy, Safe, and Delicious Thanksgiving!
Jeremy "the turkey trainer" Biernat
P.S. Please share with friends! Help us help them! And help yourself by having more allies in the battle!!!
Cauliflower Fried "Rice"
This is INSANLY good! It definitely hits the Chinese food
craving! The first time I made this I used the full amount of soy sauce and it was a bit much. 1/8 cup was the right level of soynessIt’s better to start with less and then you can always add more!
4-6 cups cauliflower (about 1 head) 3⁄4 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons oil
1-2 eggs, lightly beaten
A few drops of sesame oil
A few drops of soy sauce
1⁄2 cup chopped baby carrots
1⁄2 cup frozen peas, thawed
4 green onions, chopped
1/8-1/4 cup light, low-sodium soy sauce
Cut cauliflower into florets, put half of the florets in the food processor, pulse until the cauliflower is about rice or couscous sized, not too small (mincing by hand is ok too). Put processed cauliflower in bowl, and then repeat with the remaining florets.
Next, heat one tbsp. of oil in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat. When hot, add the chopped onion and...
You will be taken directly to the Shocking Video Lesson about "Why it's so hard to lose weight". (trust me it's worth a minute of your time)