Well, today has been a lesson in challenges for sure. I had to take a moment and reset myself for the day…..we have the opportunity to learn from each set back. Find new ways to problem solve…sometimes see that less is more. Accept that things happen out of our control but we can chose to not be discouraged and push through. Wishing you all a beautiful and bright day, despite any challenges the day brings.
I still have spots in my Sept Fall Into Fitness group. $25 for 4 weeks of workouts. 10 classes a week….that is less than $2 a class. Email me at email@example.com for more details. Schedule is listed below.
6 am Muscle Mondays
9am Cardio Drumming Zoom
6 am Tone Up Tuesday Barre
6 am Warrior Wednesday HiiT
9am Zumba Gold Zoom
6 am Thankful Thursday Tone & Stretch
9:45am Dance Blast Zoom
10:30am Hip Hop Toning Zoom
6 am Fast & Furious Friday HiiT
9 am Zumba Gold Zoom
Taking time to slow down and reconnect with the mind and body are so important. I hope this Sunday brought you peace, kindness and self love.
Great quote from great podcast I listened to this morning. Now matter how tough or uncertain things are, we can pick ourselves up and get stronger.
Happy National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day!
In honor of today I wanted to whip up a batch of cookies but with 110 degree heat here in AZ, turning on the oven was not a very tempting idea. So, no bake was the way to go.
This recipe calls for oat flour. All I do is take oatmeal and grind it in my Ninja processor. You can also use a blender. When I first went gluten-free I tried lots of alternative flours but now oat flour is my go to. I always have it on hand, it inexpensive, nutritious and I like the flavor.
Add a few more pantry staples and you have a great afternoon treat.
This is a great recipe for kids. No oven. They can measure, stir, press the cookies and slide in the fridge.
I hope you enjoy these and they brighten a hot summer afternoon for you and your family.
Dry ingredients: 1 1/2 cups Oat Flour,1/2 tsp Salt, 2 tsp Cinnamon- mix together.
Wet ingredients: 4 Tbsp Peanut Butter (or your preferred nut butter) 1 tsp Vanilla Extract, 3 Tbsp Maple Syrup, 2 Tbsp Non dairy milk (I used Cashew Milk)- mix together.
Add Peanut Butter mixture to the Oatmeal mixture. Once combined add 1/2 cup of chocolate chips.
Form into balls and press on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. I used a fork to make a criss cross on top. Put in the fridge for 20 min. Enjoy
Happy Taco Tuesday!!
What do you do when you have leftovers from tacos? Make breakfast tacos of course!
Leftover taco seasoned jackfruit, eggs, topped with tomato, avocado and salsa.
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Here is your Tabata Tuesday Workout
Set a timer for 20 sec on 10 sec off for 8 sets. 1 min break repeat for 6 rounds
Round 1: Suicides & Donkey Kicks
Round 2: Jumping Jacks & Mountain Climbers
Round 3: Squat Jacks w/2 knees & Jackknife Crunches
Round 4: Skaters & Curtsey Lunge Pulse w/side Leg Lift
Round 5: Lunge Reach & Side Shuffle/Knee up
Round 6: Single Leg Deadlift to knee up & 180 Squat Jumps
Need to shake up your Saturday? 30 min dance party right here!
Class favorite- Low by Flo Rida