fitnessfoodfabulous
run-rhianna-run:

organic-bunny:

health-teaa:

BEGINNERS
WEEK 1
Day 1: Morning Sequence with Kate Holcombe
Day 2: Happy Days practice with Lilias Folan
Day 3: Yoga for Morning with Jason Crandell
Day 4: Standing Poses with Jason Crandell
Day 5: Core Focus with Rebecca Urban
Day 6: Shoulder Openers with Kate Holcombe
Day 7: Hip Openers with Rebecca Urban
WEEK 2
Day 1: Awakening Practice with Jason Crandell
Day 2: Standing Poses with Jason Crandell
Day 3: Core Focus with Rebecca Urban
Day 4: Forward Bends with Elise Lorimer
Day 5: Yoga for Better Energy with Jason Crandell
Day 6: Quieting Practice with Jason Crandell
Day 7: Evening Sequence with Kate Holcombe
WEEK 3
Day 1: Morning Sequence with Kate Holcombe
Day 2: Backbends with Elise Lorimer
Day 3: Hip Openers with Rebecca Urban
Day 4: Yoga for Noon with Jason Crandell
Day 5: Gentle Flow with Kathryn Budig
Day 6: Sidebends with Jason Crandell
Day 7: Yoga for Restful Sleep with Jason Crandell
 
 
INTERMEDIATES
WEEK 1
Day 1: Morning Sequence with Kate Holcombe
Day 2: Standing Poses with Jason Crandell
Day 3: Core Focus with Rebecca Urban
Day 4: Hip Openers with Rebecca Urban
Day 5: Sidebends with Jason Crandell
Day 6: Backbends with Elise Lorimer
Day 7: Evening Sequence with Kate Holcombe
WEEK 2
Day 1: Shoulder Openers with Kate Holcombe
Day 2: Core Focus with Rebecca Urban
Day 3: Practice Standing Poses with Jason Crandell
Day 4: Forward Bends with Elise Lorimer
Day 5: Bakasana with Jason Crandell
Day 6: Fun Flow with Elise Lorimer
Day 7: Evening Sequence with Kate Holcombe
WEEK 3
Day 1: Hanumanasana with Elise Lorimer
Day 2: Hip Openers with Rebecca Urban
Day 3: Backbends with Elise Lorimer
Day 4: Wheel Pose with Jason Crandell
Day 5: Shoulder Openers with Kate Holcombe
Day 6: Bakasana with Jason Crandell
Day 7: Sidebends with Jason Crandell

Starting today :)

Might try this! Or at least some of it! :)

run-rhianna-run:

organic-bunny:

health-teaa:

BEGINNERS

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

WEEK 3

 

 

INTERMEDIATES

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

WEEK 3

Starting today :)

Might try this! Or at least some of it! :)

eatcleaneatclean
eatcleaneatclean:

lifestyle-changes:

fatmaninalittlesuit:

journeyofcurves:

Power Food snack: salty garlic roasted chickpeas
Can we talk about how these are THE BEST THING EVER?! How did I not discover them until now?! I came across the recipe on the Weight Watchers website, in a list of the editors’ favorite Power Food recipes. And did they exceed my expectations! They were SO easy and quick to make! I have them in a container and I’m just kind of grazing on them. Mmm!
Recipe: Preheat oven to 350. Spray a baking tray with cooking spray. Drain one can of chickpeas. Pour the drained chickpeas onto the baking tray and spread out evenly. Spray chickpeas with cooking spray. Sprinkle with seasoning (I used salt and garlic powder). Cook for 20 minutes.

Wow - I am going to try this!

So I tried this and dusted them with cayenne powder… Definitely a tasty snack, but I still prefer chickpeas raw.

I love garbanzo beans!

eatcleaneatclean:

lifestyle-changes:

fatmaninalittlesuit:

journeyofcurves:

Power Food snack: salty garlic roasted chickpeas

Can we talk about how these are THE BEST THING EVER?! How did I not discover them until now?! I came across the recipe on the Weight Watchers website, in a list of the editors’ favorite Power Food recipes. And did they exceed my expectations! They were SO easy and quick to make! I have them in a container and I’m just kind of grazing on them. Mmm!

Recipe: Preheat oven to 350. Spray a baking tray with cooking spray. Drain one can of chickpeas. Pour the drained chickpeas onto the baking tray and spread out evenly. Spray chickpeas with cooking spray. Sprinkle with seasoning (I used salt and garlic powder). Cook for 20 minutes.

Wow - I am going to try this!

So I tried this and dusted them with cayenne powder… Definitely a tasty snack, but I still prefer chickpeas raw.

I love garbanzo beans!

piecesinprogress

piecesinprogress:

 

 

 

 

 

 

eatcleaneatclean
eatcleaneatclean:

perfidiousverisimilitude:

pinkrhinoceros:

insertfancyurl:

Wait this is actually so helpful

where was this when i was making my lembas bread

Why the fuck do recipes use CUPS as a measurement. Tsp & tbsp I get cos they’re a regular size but cups… they’re so diverse! Use grams/oz or I’m not using your recipe!(Though this is a very handy cheat sheet)

This chart is GOLD…save it.

eatcleaneatclean:

perfidiousverisimilitude:

pinkrhinoceros:

insertfancyurl:

Wait this is actually so helpful

where was this when i was making my lembas bread

Why the fuck do recipes use CUPS as a measurement. Tsp & tbsp I get cos they’re a regular size but cups… they’re so diverse! Use grams/oz or I’m not using your recipe!
(Though this is a very handy cheat sheet)

This chart is GOLD…save it.