I used to snack on these all the time. Why did I stop? Apples are the perfect snack! They're portable, stay well in or out of the fridge, and are ridiculously satiating thanks to all that water and fiber. Last month, I started stocking up again. These are now a staple, once again, in my home and work refrigerators.
Ah, Greek yogurt, my love. I was comfortable in my plain Chobani groove for a while, until the end of January, when I received an awesome package.
Inside, I got samples of the new Chobani Bites, cute little 100-calorie snack cups, with a flavored yogurt and mix-in, to boot. The Fig with Orange Zest was interesting, for sure. I do love figs!
|Different flavors for you to try!|
|Think I've got enough?|
(Nope--no such thing as too much Chobani!)
And, to top it all off, the kind folks at Chobani sent me a Chobani spoon so I could dig in!
To sum it all up: I'm in Chobani heaven.
I first learned how to deadlift at CrossFit, and it's one move that's stuck with me. It seems to work the whole body, and I feel it, always. I feel it as I descend. I feel it as I rise back up. I feel it 15 minutes after my workout, and I especially feel it the next two days. It makes a difference!
Want to incorporate deadlifts into your strength workouts? Ben Greenfield shows us how:
Don't forget to warm up with dynamic stretches first!
Here, I should also specify which outlet I'm talking about, because the Everyday Paleo Website contains so many diverse resources! I started with the podcast, and now also frequent the blog. Sarah Fragoso and Jason Seib are a wealth of information. Both have new books out! I haven't read them yet, but I can tell you that the podcast and website are such accessible resources, for answers addressing the science, the applications, and the psychology behind a paleo lifestyle, incorporating all aspects: fitness (and personal training!), nutrition, paleo recipes, stress, sleep, practical applications, social factors... the list goes on and on. They cover it all! And I can't get enough. Download and subscribe to the podcast here.
Have you tried any of these favorites? If yes, which ones do you love, too? If not, dare you to!