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Posted on 18. Jul, 2010 by theorytopractice.
Oh yeah, I’ll take Ceviche anytime…so why the hell not for breakfast? Now this dish might be a little fruit-heavy for some of my more fructose-avoiding friends, but really, the amount of fruit per serving here is not all that much. And, too, we’re talking whole fruit here, not the bereft-of-fiber, liver-hammering (and insulin spiking) [...]
Posted on 07. May, 2010 by theorytopractice.
Some of you may have already met my new coffee shop bud, Gus, as I posted his mug shot on Twitter and on my Facebook wall; I just wanted to give him a little additional press, here. Gus is quite the character, and not a half bad conversationalist, though he is a tad opinionated. You [...]
Posted on 23. Apr, 2010 by theorytopractice.
I meant to publish this yesterday, but…chalk it up to “technical errors”. First, the early AM iron blitz; another example of how much can be accomplished in a 30-(ish)-minute window. bent-over barbell row: 225 x 5; 275 x 4, 4, 4 feet-elevated ring flyes: 30 lb vest x 8, 9, 9, 9 pistol squats: 30 [...]
Posted on 08. Dec, 2009 by theorytopractice.
If anyone is dubious of the notion that the glutes/hamstrings are engaged in the bottom-most of a front squat, try this little combo on for size: cns prime: Russian scissor jump for height x 6 total front squat: 135 x 5, 5, 185 x 3; 205 x 3, 2 snatch grip RDL: 135 x 5, [...]