Abby started working with Own Your Eating coach Keirstein in September and has lost 10 lbs. to date! Read on to find out more about Abby’s experience in the last 3 months.
I’m sure most of us have experienced the soreness that comes after a good workout. For some of us, getting out of bed after a heavy squat day or having performed “Karen”, can be quite a challenge. But what causes this DOMS – delayed onset muscle soreness – after a workout?
Bring a little bit of southern flare to your morning with some scratch-made sweet potato biscuits! ?Your family and friends will love that little hint of sweetness when they bite into their biscuit. Oh and as an added bonus, your kitchen will smell AHHH-MAZING as these babies are baking.
In Part II of my interview with Rob we begin his CrossFit journey. He stumbled upon CrossFit in his prison cell, but now he’s out and able to train himself. What starts as his new way of training quickly becomes his first business, Twice Bitten CrossFit. Rob took this small start-up and turned it into the most successful affiliate in Oklahoma and it’s only just beginning.
Who doesn’t crave the comfort of mac n’ cheese this time of year?! But all that butter, cheese and cream can be hard to “afford” if you’re keeping your nutrition in check! Well we have the perfect compromise with this quick to make, low-fat version. It makes for a great holiday side dish that even your vegan friends and family can enjoy too!
The ketogenic diet has been one of the most popular fad diets in recent years. I’m sure you’ve heard many people rave about its weight loss capabilities and positive health benefits. However, it’s just like any other diet. It works well for some people, and not so much for others.
Rob is the founder and owner of Twice Bitten CrossFit in Oklahoma City. Before owning a gym, Rob served a prison sentence of 7 years. Seven years in a prison cell would typically break a man, but for Rob, this time in prison was the motivation to create a life built around service and helping others.
If you’re worried about prepping the main course for your holiday feastravaganza, there’s no need to panic! We’ve got a total fail-safe recipe for you with this festive twist on your traditional turkey meatloaf.
I’m sure most of us have heard the terms “healthy fats” and “bad fats”. After all, they are mentioned pretty often in the fitness industry. But what exactly do these terms mean? Are there really good fats and bad fats? And if so, what are they and how do we avoid them?!
Here’s a tasty twist on your traditional Thanksgiving meal, this turkey flatbread is a great option for any potluck holiday event or “Friendsgiving” gathering you might be attending. Flatbreads are also the ultimate use for leftovers! Instead of re-heating your same old plate of Thanksgiving dinner, or ordering out for pizza, just get a little creative and use this recipe as your guide for inspiration.