In a food processor with the S blade, throw in:
Always on the move
PUMAs flow through the obstacles of the city with ease. Smell that confidence? Yup. It’s the PUMA.
With legs made for performance, who are they not to use them? Sure, try throwing an elevator at a PUMA. They will quickly turn their nose up, and head for the fire exit. They are the stair masters- the only escalator they will go up is the one that goes down.
That sleek cutie lunging on the sidewalk? Oh ya, look at that form. Quads to ogle and delts to gape. Must be a PUMA. They don’t necessarily want the attention- they just can’t help it. Just are that magnificent.
They certainly can camouflage well if they so please. The less evident stair climber, and the: lets-park-far-so-we-can-walk-er. Casual. Collected. Closet body trainers of the city.
The PUMA’s life is sport-its sport is life.
While other animals are sedentary, the pouncing PUMA is at play. Take a simple bench for example, or a construction site. The PUMA’s playground. Care to join the fun?
1. Core Creator:
2. Toe Tap to Lean Legs:
3. Arms and Legs:
4. The Stair Master~
See a lot of stairs? Jackpot.
5 minutes stairs- Run up, walk down: focus on speed
3 sets: 30 mountain climbers, 15 pushups
5 minutes stairs- Skip a stair in-between
3 sets: 30 leg raises, 15 V sits
5 minutes stairs: Skip 2 stairs in-between
4 sets: 30 peeing dog leg raises, 20 shoulder taps (switch legs)
Challenge: How many times can you run to the top in 5 minutes?
5. Buns and Thighs: Get hott curves with a curb
Now, truth be told. I am not talking about a PUMA. I am talking about a human. But we can all be PUMAs. Break through the social norms of the street corner. The legs are the largest muscle group. Let’s go- at least 100 squats a day. Got to get them in somehow. Go for it. Get all the attention. We both know you look good.
After all, what is life without sport?
There are so many ingredients in this delectable treat, I might as well not even write a post about it because it’s too complicated to ever make again, but it sure does look delicious, huh?!
Just kidding, it’s literally just frozen bananas and frozen blueberries.
In a food processor, first whip up the frozen bananas, then slowly add in to get the beautiful blueberry swirl you desire! ❤ Happy father’s day dad! 62 and still kicking my @$$ bike riding (plant based parent problems 😉 ! xoxo
On Saturday June 15, 2013 Sam Romano gave a raw foods demonstration and talk. He brought cinnamon raisin cookies that he pulled from the dehydrator that morning and and whipped up some banana ice cream on the spot to share as well- rawlish! Ice cream sandwiches!
Apple Cinnamon Raisin Cookie:
In a food processor, shred all of the apples using the grating disk. Add shredded apples with other ingredients to a large mixing bowl. Mix well.
With hands press the mixture into about 20 round, flat cookies, approximately 3 inches thick onto teflex sheets. Dehydrate approximately 24 hours.
Sam went over everything from his personal story, to protein, to production of fermentation and farts! A fascinating intimate setting that began with some fun making food indoors, and eating it outside in the sweet sunshine. With an audience of 10 beautiful participants, it was quite a comfortable afternoon of important information and mind blowing. These lucky listeners went home feeling excited about the changes that they can make in the right direction towards a healthier life! All the best to everyone! ❤
Allow me to enlighten you with the power you hold on your plate, as well as a light at the end of the tunnel to get programs designed to provide cheaper access to alternative, holistic health care services!
The owner of “The Organic Garden Café” in Beverly, MA, Rawbert Reid, held a two-day raw foods seminar this past weekend. Rawbert’s story alone is mind-blowingly inspiring; how he created a raw foods detox for his cancer-laden sister-in-law, who ended up living much longer than anticipated thanks to the cleansing diet.
What was also beyond inspiring to me was how the participants of the course illustrated how the living cuisine not only heals people of their ailments and diseases, but also prevents their reoccurrence. Each one with a story from kidney stones, to cancer, to chronic fatigue, to no more meds for hyperthyroidism and diabetes; all healed with raw vegan cuisine.
Not to mention, according to the plant-based dietitian, Julieanna Hever, a plant-based diet can:
From personal experience and the people I have met, the health care system and diet of Americans today generally maintains chronic illnesses, yet keeps them at a controllable state- a Band-Aid effect, if you will. Don’t get me wrong; health care is a beautiful thing. So many amazing miracles happening left and right by brilliant doctors and physicians… when necessary!
I have met at least 100 people who were fed up with the health care they were provided- for it didn’t give them the real cure, or a cure they were happy or satisfied with. Check out this article– it looks like health care might be getting the right idea!!
At this seminar, I met a woman named Roseanne Walsh. She is the founder of CAPE; Cancer Awareness, Prevention, and Education. She spoke to me of her goals for holistic healthcare being provided by insurance. Intriguing how carrots don’t make money- chemotherapy makes money. I invite you to visit the CAPE website www.capeboston.org , get inspired and see what you can do to help!
What we all should hold on to from Rawbert’s course? Yes, an ounce of prevention is worth at least a pound of cure!