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OMGISH- I am still in shock! I am beyond grateful to have been coached by the best at Marinos Fitness and had the chance to participate with everyone in challenging ourselves to be better people in 2019!I look forward to the journeys that 2020 brings! Marinos Fitness -is a lifestyle we all can be proud to be a part of!

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The Plank
It’s fundamental, it’s functional, it’s hard

This prone anti-extension drill (facedown anti-“this hurts my back” drill) is one of the first core exercises we introduce to you and it never seems to go away.

We love it because it is so progress-able. You can start by doing them on your knees and advance them to some variations shown in this video (demonstrated by some of our amazing clients).

Something important to note is make sure your plank is challenging you. If you can make it to 30 seconds and not be shaking you should ask us to make it harder!

Remember short more intense bursts on the plank will build better stamina!

Who doesn’t love a good plank?
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For the start of 2020, we are going to reflect on the best recipes of 2019. Tune in Wednesday of each week in January for my top recipes from the past year.

This week we are revisiting the Shepherd’s Pie recipe I made.

What makes it great? This recipe is packed with protein, veggies and flavor. It’s a healthy approach to a comfort food that still tastes just as good.

What makes it just ok? The prep is a little time consuming and it takes a little while to cook. But it’s totally worth it!

Disclaimer: please track ingredients for yourself! Based on the type of ingredients you pick and number of servings, it could change the nutritional info. See how I made it below.

Ingredients:

-About 2lbs ground beef (I used 90% lean beef and 2.4lbs)
-1 cup chopped carrots
-1 medium onion, chopped
-8oz container of mushrooms, diced
-2-3 cloves of garlic
-8oz can of tomato sauce
-6oz can of tomato paste
-⅔ cup of water
-2tbsp worcestershire sauce
-½ tbsp white vinegar
-Salt and pepper to taste

-Cooked sweet potatoes

1. Cook the sweet potatoes. You can cook them in the microwave, oven or use the crockpot method I shared last week.

2. Heat a large skillet, I used one with some depth to it, on medium high heat. Add the meat and break into small pieces. When the meat is pretty much done, add onion, garlic, carrots, and mushrooms. Mix.

3. Reduce heat to medium and add vinegar, worcestershire, tomato paste, tomato sauce and water. Mix well.
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For the start of 2020, we are going to reflect on the best recipes of 2019.  Tune in Wednesday of each week in January for my top recipes from the past year.  

This week we are revisiting the Shepherd’s Pie recipe I made.

What makes it great?  This recipe is packed with protein, veggies and flavor.  It’s a healthy approach to a comfort food that still tastes just as good.  

What makes it just ok?  The prep is a little time consuming and it takes a little while to cook.  But it’s totally worth it! 

Disclaimer: please track ingredients for yourself! Based on the type of ingredients you pick and number of servings, it could change the nutritional info.  See how I made it below.  

Ingredients:

-About 2lbs ground beef (I used 90% lean beef and 2.4lbs)
-1 cup chopped carrots
-1 medium onion, chopped
-8oz container of mushrooms, diced
-2-3 cloves of garlic
-8oz can of tomato sauce
-6oz can of tomato paste
-⅔ cup of water
-2tbsp worcestershire sauce
-½ tbsp white vinegar
-Salt and pepper to taste

-Cooked sweet potatoes

1. Cook the sweet potatoes.  You can cook them in the microwave, oven or use the crockpot method I shared last week. 

2. Heat a large skillet, I used one with some depth to it, on medium high heat.  Add the meat and break into small pieces.  When the meat is pretty much done, add onion, garlic, carrots, and mushrooms.  Mix. 

3. Reduce heat to medium and add vinegar, worcestershire, tomato paste, tomato sauce and water.  Mix well.

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