The C Word – OYE Podcast EP 52

Roz brings up the C word on this episode and it leads us down quite the rabbit hole. Is the C word too prevalent in your life? We’re talking about comfort, are you too comfortable?

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Butternut Squash & Apple Bake [Recipe]

It’s officially fall and apple picking season is in full swing! This recipe is full of fall flavors with ingredients like butternut squash and cinnamon. It will leave your house smelling oh-so wonderful! This is a great side dish or could even stand alone as a healthier dessert option in place of your typical apple crisps and pies.

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Carolyn Lawson – 12 Week Progress

Emotional eating, guilt associated with eating foods like pancakes, tight-fitting clothes and a lack of energy in the gym lead Carolyn to finally try something different. Carolyn already had some knowledge of macros and flexible dieting but adjusting her numbers on her own wasn’t working for her. Not only was it not getting her results but it wasn’t helping her improve her relationship with food either. Now Carolyn enjoys things like birthday cake Oreos guilt-free and doesn’t feel like hiding her body in baggy clothes! Read on to find out how Carolyn has made progress in the last 12 weeks with her coach, Jen Charlesworth.

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10 Reasons Why Bodyweight Training is the Best Form of Exercise!

People ask me all the time what I do to workout. Well, it’s no secret that I’m a lover of CrossFit and happily indulge in practicing muscle ups in our garage just for fun! But despite what you might think, I am not spending hours on end ‘pumping iron’ or subjecting myself to long duration low intensity cardio. Some of the best (and worst depending on how you look at it!) workouts I’ve done have required nothing more than my bodyweight and a small area of flooring.

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5 High Intensity At-Home Workouts

Whether you’re having a busy week at home or traveling with work, sometimes finding the time to get yourself to the gym just isn’t an option. But that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a quick workout at home! That’s the beauty of high intensity workouts. They’re quick and can easily be performed with little to no equipment. Check out our ideas for at-home workouts that take no time at all and will be sure to get your heart rate going!

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Coach Jen interviews her client Torrey – OYE EP 51

Listen in as Coach Jen chats with Torrey about how she was able to make weight for her most recent weightlifting competition in a healthy way that left her feeling better than ever and led to some awesome PRs!

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Lemon, Kale & White Bean Soup [Recipe]

Beans are a fantastic way to add more fiber and protein to your diet. I might come from the land of baked beans on toast but beans are actually pretty versatile in the kitchen! One of my favorite ways to prepare them is by throwing them into soups and stews. Whether you’re vegan or just looking to add more nutrient dense meals into your day then a bean soup has to be one of the most economical and convenient ways of doing exactly that. Soup is so easy to make in bulk and transport with you to work or reheat at home after a long day at the office.

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Jess Attree – How to Own Your Eating

Jess Attree is one of Roz’s closest friends and was one of her beautiful bridesmaids.  They met at the University of Bristol back in 2002 through their Wednesday night sports socials. To see Jess now you’d probably say she’s little like Roz but that hasn’t always been the case. Find out how Jess lost 35 lbs. and found herself in the process.

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The 10 Commandments of Sports Nutrition

Anyone who wants the full results of their training, should understand and accept that nutrition is the foundation for everything you do in the name of athletic growth & development. CrossFit’s hierarchy of development supports the idea that nutrition is the building block from which we must build on top of, if we are to succeed in our chosen sport.

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