Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Coconut Crusted Pork Chops


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Ingredients:
3 - 4 pork chops 
2/3 cup Ground almond meal 
2/3 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
3 Tbls of Coconut Thai Spice  (Bulk Barn) 
Grind some black pepper

In a separate bowl 
One egg white 
1/4 cup of water 

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Mix the egg/water mixture together in a separate bowl. Add all dry ingredients in together I use a large plate with sides so I can get the whole of the pork chop in there. Dredge the pork chop through the egg/water bowl then cover with the dry ingredient mixture. Place in a roasting pan uncovered and cook for 15-35 mins depending in the size of your chops

Use any style of fruity salsa as a topping. This time I chose to experiment with a cucumber salsa and yum! A definite winner!

Cucumber Salsa Recipe is from All-Recipes


Sunday, 16 March 2014

Erin Stern's 4 Week Trainer- Recap Week 2!

Week 2 complete!!! Most of the moves from week one are repeated through week 2 with the odd exception. Due to my teaching BodyPump classes my shoulders are taking a killing with 2 shoulder workouts included in this program and 2 with my classes! Thankfully shoulders is one of my fave body parts to train. I find especially with women that shoulders tend to not get the attention they deserve. If your going to kill yourself building up those triceps and biceps you need a gorgeous shoulder cap to top it all off! After all rumour is tank top season should be coming soon!



Yesterday I completed the "Plyo Leg Day" with no add-on's! It's a great endurance workout and really gets that heart rate up there. If I didn't have additional leg work throughout the week I personally would add in a second leg day!

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If you give this program a try I would love to hear about your experience! 

A Fitness Page doesn't = Fitness Expert!

   There are many of us out there who are like me that love to share our journey and our passion for health and wellness. Each one my have their own speciality and actually be a subject expert on a certain topic. For many pages it's just average Joes and Janes sharing and using their journey to encourage others. Although it is a wonderful compliment to have people reaching out by asking for advice and opinions please be cautious who you are going to for that advice and opinion! Yes I am certified yoga instructor and I'm happy to provide some ideas on general add in to your practice, moves that will help with tight areas etc. I have recently been receiving messages involving actual injuries, people in the process of recovering, chronic pain issues asking for advice. This is where I become scared! Myself personally I will message back and always with a bucket load of my own questions and they will always include- Have you spoken to your doctor? Have you seen physio? What was their recommendations? Etc, etc.... My fear is this is your health and well-being! It isn't possible for anyone to be able to provide truly helpful beneficial information without having actually spoken to the individual, qualified them with a dozen to hundred questions and partnered with other medical experts if necessary. Please be wary of where you going for your health and fitness questions! Ask yourself, is the person your speaking to able and qualified to help you?! Free advice could come at a HUGE cost to your health and wellness!
On a side note* This post is not to discourage your messages because I truly do love hearing from you! When you do send those question expect that you will be receiving several questions back?! There's no quick, easy answers out there! Stay healthy!