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    Smokey Grilled Cheddar And Chipotle Burger - Meal
    Calories: 499 kcal
    Macronutrients:
    Protein: 33 g
    Fat: 24 g
    Carbs: 33 g
    Ingredients:

    2 pounds Sirloin Beef
    8 tbsp BBQ Sauce
    8 slices Cheddar Cheese
    2 tsp Chipotle Powder
    1 medium Onion
    1/2 tbsp Very Finely Ground Coffee
    8 Buns
    Salt and Pepper to Taste


    Recipe:

    Makes 8 patties/burgers.

    Place the ground sirloin beef in a bowl. Add salt, pepper, chipotle power and finely ground coffee.
    Mix well, and form into 8 hamburger patties.

    Cut your onion into small rings.

    Grill your burgers. When fully cooked remove them from the grill and top with cheddar cheese. Place in a bun and top with onion and BBQ sauce.

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  2. User clipart MilesTeg
    23 Mar 2017 - Workout
    Workout:

    AMRAP8:

    15 DU
    7 Thrusters

    75/55#

    wod
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  3. User clipart MilesTeg
    Scott Mathison's Full-Body Superset Workout - Workout
    Body Parts: Full body
    Length: 60 minutes
    Equipment: Barbell, Bench, dumbbells
    Workout:

    Giant set:
    Dumbbell Bench Press: 1 set of 10 reps, go right into pullups
    Pull-up: 1 set to failure, go right into Barbell Ab Roll-out
    Barbell Ab Roll-out (on knees): 1 set to failure, rest 1-2 minutes and then repeat entire sequence
    Superset:
    Military Dumbbell Press: 1 set of 10 reps, go right into Lateral Raise
    Lateral Raise: 1 set of 10 reps, rest 1-2 minutes and then repeat entire sequence
    Superset:
    Barbell Skullcrusher: 1 set of 10 reps, go right into Barbell Curl
    Barbell Curl: 1 set of 10 reps, rest 1-2 minutes and then repeat entire sequence
    Superset:
    Barbell Squat: 1 set of 10 reps, go right into Dumbbell Calf Raise
    Dumbbell Calf Raise: 1 set of 10 reps, rest 1-2 minutes and then repeat entire sequence

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  4. User clipart MilesTeg
    Scott Mathison's Full-Body Superset Workout - Workout
    Body Parts: Full body
    Workout:

    Crunched for time? Performix athlete Scott Mathison shows how to hit every major muscle group in this stepped-up, full-body workout.
    We'd all love a couple of free hours in our daily schedule to complete a weight workout, but for some of us, that’s not an option. Being short on time doesn't mean you have to settle for inferior results, however. Performix athlete Scott Mathison designed this workout for home trainers or anyone who wants the benefits of a resistance workout without missing their next appointment or class.

    "This workout consists of nine exercises that hits each of the major muscle groups," says Mathison. "Four of the exercises are multijoint movements, which engage more of the body's musculature than single-joint movements. Multijoint movements such as squats, dumbbell bench presses, pull-ups, and military presses allow you to push heavier loads than single-joint movements, which in turn has a greater effect not only on building muscle but also burning more calories."

    Mathison's approach divides the exercises into groups called supersets, in which you do two exercises back to back with no rest in between, and giant sets, by linking three movements in similar fashion. "By using the same equipment, the workout cuts down on the length of your training session while elevating your heart rate," he says.

    To determine the load that's right for you, Mathison recommends using a weight where you can complete 10 reps but not 11. If you can, adjust the load accordingly.

    You'll repeat each superset and giant set for a total of two rounds, resting 1-2 minutes only after you complete a round.

    "Of course, you can load more weight on a bar and/or increase the number of reps you complete if you sacrifice good form, but doing so diminishes the focus on the target muscles and increases your risk of injury," he adds. If you don’t know how to do a movement correctly, click on it, and you'll see a video and step-by-step tutorial.

    Given that this is a low-volume workout, it’s a good idea to do it several times a week.

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  5. User clipart MilesTeg
    21 Jan 2017 - Workout
    Body Parts: cardio
    Length: 30 minutes
    Equipment: none
    Workout:

    200M run

    10 squats

    10 push-ups

    5 rounds

    10 handstand push-ups

    200M run

    3 rounds

    200M sprint

    25 push-ups

    3 rounds

    10 push-ups

    10 hollow rocks

    200M run

    5 rounds

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  6. User clipart MilesTeg
    Swim Workout #12 - Workout
    Length: 70 minutes
    Equipment: pool
    Workout:

    Total Distance: 1600 yards

    200 yards crawl warmup
    (rest :30 between 100s)
    4 x 100 yards IM in reverse order, resting :30
    (swim the IM in reverse order, freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly)
    4 x 50 butterfly, resting :15
    (keep the time consistent on each 50)
    4 x 50 backstroke, resting :15
    (keep the time consistent on each 50)
    4 x 50 breaststroke, resting :15
    (keep the time consistent on each 50)
    2 x 100 yards IM alternating sprints, rest :30
    (on the first IM sprint fly and breaststroke, on the secon IM sprint backstroke and freestyle)
    200 yards warmdown use all strokes
    (swim slowly and relax)

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    381 - Post

    Start 'em young

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  8. User clipart MilesTeg
    06 Jan 2017 - Workout
    Body Parts: cardio
    Length: 45 minutes
    Equipment: none
    Workout:

    3 Rounds For Time:
    Run 800m
    50 Air Squats

    THEN
    10 Rounds For Time:
    10 Pushups
    10 Sit ups
    10 Squats

    THEN
    200 Air Squats

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