Wednesday 10/23/13

Tests
15 minutes to complete the following:
1 Minute Max Effort Sit-Ups
1 Minute Max Effort Push-Ups
Max Effort Unbroken Pull-Ups
Max Effort Plank Hold

You may do these tests in any order you like but you may only take one attempt at each.

WOD
3 rounds each for time of:
Sprint 400m

Rest as needed between rounds. Each round should be an all out max effort as fast as you can go.

Basics
2 rounds for reps of:
1 Minute Max Effort Sit-Ups
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Kettlebell Swings
Rest 30 Seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Squats
Rest 30 Seconds

Pigs in a Blanket

Ingredients:

6-8 pork sausages

1 head of cabbage

mustard for dipping

toothpicks

Directions:

1. Grill sausages for about 8-10 min, or until done.

2. Peel the leaves off the head of cabbage.  Cut out the bottom half of the middle stem from each leaf, as this part tends to be tough and chewy.

3. Microwave the leaves for 3-5 minutes, or until soft. If the cabbage leaves are too dry for your liking, drizzle with a little melted coconut oil or butter.

4. Set a sausage on the far end of a cabbage leaf and roll the leaf up.  Secure the leaf around the sausage with several toothpicks.  If the sausages are too short, you can roll the leaf twice, then fold the sides in and continue rolling.

5. cut cabbage-wrapped sausages into bite-sized pieces and serve with mustard for dipping.

Tasty Rating: 10

These puppies are great (who doesn’t like sausage?).  Although not 100% Paleo (most sausage has sugar in it), this recipe is great!  This is a perfect recipe for those nights you need a quick meal because it’s super easy to make and doesn’t take much time at all considering most sausage is pre-cooked and you just have to heat it up.  You can also eat the left-overs as a snack the next few days.

*Recipe from Mark Sisson’s book Primal Blueprint

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Wednesday 10/23/13

Tests
15 minutes to complete the following:
1 Minute Max Effort Sit-Ups
1 Minute Max Effort Push-Ups
Max Effort Unbroken Pull-Ups
Max Effort Plank Hold

You may do these tests in any order you like but you may only take one attempt at each.

WOD
3 rounds each for time of:
Sprint 400m

Rest as needed between rounds. Each round should be an all out max effort as fast as you can go.

Basics
2 rounds for reps of:
1 Minute Max Effort Sit-Ups
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Kettlebell Swings
Rest 30 Seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Squats
Rest 30 Seconds

Pigs in a Blanket

Ingredients:

6-8 pork sausages

1 head of cabbage

mustard for dipping

toothpicks

Directions:

1. Grill sausages for about 8-10 min, or until done.

2. Peel the leaves off the head of cabbage.  Cut out the bottom half of the middle stem from each leaf, as this part tends to be tough and chewy.

3. Microwave the leaves for 3-5 minutes, or until soft. If the cabbage leaves are too dry for your liking, drizzle with a little melted coconut oil or butter.

4. Set a sausage on the far end of a cabbage leaf and roll the leaf up.  Secure the leaf around the sausage with several toothpicks.  If the sausages are too short, you can roll the leaf twice, then fold the sides in and continue rolling.

5. cut cabbage-wrapped sausages into bite-sized pieces and serve with mustard for dipping.

Tasty Rating: 10

These puppies are great (who doesn’t like sausage?).  Although not 100% Paleo (most sausage has sugar in it), this recipe is great!  This is a perfect recipe for those nights you need a quick meal because it’s super easy to make and doesn’t take much time at all considering most sausage is pre-cooked and you just have to heat it up.  You can also eat the left-overs as a snack the next few days.

*Recipe from Mark Sisson’s book Primal Blueprint

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