💗Creamy Coffee Nice Cream, with no sugar or dairy, and a banana-free option included.
The full recipe is linked in my Instagram story, or it’s also on the blog @chocolatecoveredkatie .
🙋🏻♀️Listaaa para un finde de verano en Madrid🇪🇸😍
🙋🏻♀️Prête pour un week end d’été sur Madrid🇪🇸😍
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Happy happy Friday🤩
What actions are you taking today to reach your goals? Are you being intentional with your actions to be moving forward? •
Being intentional with your actions can make a world of difference when reaching your goals. Set 3 small goals for yourself every morning to set you a few steps further. Knowing what you need to get done and making a check list will keep you on a path to success. I have a to do list for small tasks everyday there I need to get done. In time, those small tasks compound! •
Take your life into your own hands and make those intentional decisions to take action over your life. 🌟
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✨🖤HAPPY FRIDAY 🖤✨
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The new Honey Butter Fried Chicken Sandwich from @thebutchersgrille is a must try! It’s their monthly special, so go try it ASAP!
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BEST Whole Roasted Chicken!😍👏🏻🤩 it truly is the juiciest, most tender and flavorful chicken I’ve made! (a step-by step is in my stories). I make this at least once week, sometimes even more👏🏻
I can’t tell you enough how easy this recipe is and the best part is that you get leftovers for the next day! I like to shred the leftovers and use them for salads, sandwiches or make soup!
Here is the recipe:
1 medium whole organic chicken (mine was 4 1/2 lbs)
1/4 c melted butter (you can use avocado oil)
1 1/2 tsp dried rosemary
1/2 tsp black pepper
2 1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp paprika
5 cloves of garlic, minced
other spices/herbs to taste
Wash, and pat dry the chicken (make sure to completely dry it). Rub the chicken inside and out with melted butter, then, garlic and all the spices. Sprinkle with extra paprika and dried rosemary. Leave it to marinade for at least an hour, or overnight.
Preheat oven to 450F. Place chicken breast-side up in a roasting pan or large ovenproof skillet. Roast for 1 hour, then baste chicken with pan juices and roast for another 5 minutes. Let the chicken rest for 10 minutes before carving. *P.S. I placed the carrots to the pan with chicken 20 minutes before I took out the chicken and they cooked in chicken juice #healthylunch #mealprep #healthymoodsf
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DELOAD ✅ NEXT TRAINING PHASE ➡⠀
Today was the start of my latest training phase, following a VERY much needed Deload. Often I find myself chatting to my clients about my own training (they’re usually interested 👀) and specifically when I’m on my Deload, the questions of What? Why? & How? are always asked - so I thought I’d make a post on this to clarify exactly what a Deload is, how this can aid you in your own training, and how to implement this into your current training! ⠀
Following the progressive weeks of training, fatigue accumulates to the point we can’t continue progressing at the same rate - ever felt like you’ve hit a wall with your training? The purpose of the Deload is to allow for this build up of fatigue to subside, to allow us to rest and recover and then continue back to our weekly progressions. Fatigue management is one of the most overlooked aspects of any gym goer - #teamnodaysoff sound familiar? Not prioritising your recovery like I did for years, will definitely hinder your progress!⠀
A Deload tends to typically be a reduction in training intensity and/or volume for around 50% - basically complete half of the work you did the previous week. I view it as “going through the motions” and working on technique improvement. We want to avoid inducing any new/foreign stimulus to the body - don’t go adding in new exercises, supersets/drop sets etc.⠀
The Deload is largely dependent on the rate of your training progressions and training experience. A Deload should be implemented when you can’t push your training progressions any further in that training phase. This should feel very much needed! ⠀
Feel free to DM me regarding any questions! 💪🏼.