What We Ate Today #10

A VERY simple and easy fat loss recipe

Grocery Shopping and The Sunday Ritual

The key difference maker in whether or not someone likes how they look in the nude is nutrition.
More specifically, to really nail the nutritional component, it takes proper meal planning and preparation each and every week… NO EXCEPTIONS!
Look, I know you’re busy… we all are!
So I thought I’d share our weekly grocery list and Sunday ritual to help you jump-start your success for this upcoming week.
But before I do, let me first make a quick confession…
For years we have wasted tons of money on eating out because we were too lazy to plan and prepare most of our meals for the week.
We still eat in a compliant manner at restaurants via the protein, produce, and water protocol, but the mark-up on food at restaurants is insane and it really adds up over the course of a week,··· Read the rest

My Top 7 Tasty and Healthy Milwaukee Restaurant Meals


With Labor Day Weekend fast approaching, I thought I’d share My Top 7 Milwaukee Restaurant Meals!!
It should make it a breeze for you to eat out without expanding your waistline, enjoy
Crank it!
1.) Apollo Cafe on Brady Street

I love to get the Athenian chicken with salad and the Mediterranean chicken salad. The chicken is soaked in greek yogurt for a really tender taste. This is definitely one of my go to meals on a run and it’s also nice to be able to eat outside with our dogs on a Brady Street when it’s a nice, sunny day.
2.) Jimmy Johns

Bread is basically a meat holder for a sandwich and we could all go without the extra starch for a leaner midsection. I like unwiches  (lettuce wrap sandwiches) and I usually get  Turkey Tom Unwich with an extra load of meat, avocado,··· Read the rest

What We Ate Today #9


Milwaukee’s Best Fitness Bootcamp, Mission: Metabolism Bootcamp, shows you a simple and delicious fat loss recipe.

Produce: The Dirty Dozen and The Clean 15 Revealed!!

For years now we’ve been hearing horror stories about how many pesticides are in our fruits and veggies these days.

According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG) “As acknowledged by U.S. and international government agencies, different pesticides have been linked to a variety of health problems, including:

Nervous system toxicity
Hormone system effects
Skin, eye and lung irritation

Pesticides are unique among the chemicals we release into the environment. They are designed to kill living organisms — insects, plants, and fungi that are considered “pests.” Because they are toxic by design, many pesticides pose health dangers to people, risks that have been established by independent research scientists and physicians across the world.”
In addition the EWG claims “You can lower your pesticide consumption by nearly four-fifths by avoiding the 12 most contaminated fruits and vegetables and instead eating the least contaminated produce, according to EWG calculations. When you eat··· Read the rest

Sugar by Another Name

In general, if you want to be lean and healthy you need to avoid all foods with ADDED SUGAR in them.
Added sugar spikes insulin which both blunts fat-burning and leads to unwanted fat-storage.
Most foods (even some protein and veggie sources) have some natural sugars in them as demonstrated in the nutrition facts.
However, the way to determine if sugar has been added to any food item is by reading the “ingredients list” below the nutrition facts.
In addition, the ingredients are listed in order of greatest to least concentration, so you really want to avoid foods that have “sugar” listen within the first 3 ingredients.
When reading food labels, it’s easy to be misled about whether or not a particular food item has sugar in it, especially since food manufacturers have cleverly created many different forms of sugar by another name.

Please reference the list below to prevent··· Read the rest

What We Ate Today #8

The Co-Owner of Milwaukee’s Best Bootcamp shows you how to make a delicious and healthy meal.

What We Ate Today #7

Milwaukee Bootcamp Co-Owner shares an egg-bake recipe for a quick, healthy and delicious fat-loss meal.

What We Ate Today #6

The Co-Owner of Mission: Metabolism Bootcamps in Milwaukee, show you how to eat healthy, even when you are really busy.

Mobility and Activation

30-10 Mobility and Activation Circuit for a Better Workout

Mobility describes the ability of a joint, or a series of joints, to move through an ideal range of motion. Though mobility relies on flexibility, it requires an additional strength, stability, and neuromuscular control component to allow for proper movement. Activation is often paired with mobility because many mobility exercises activate key, and often dormant, pillar stabilizers in your hips, core, and shoulders.
There is also a bit of a gray zone between flexibility and mobility. The best way I can describe the difference between the two is that flexibility is a lower intensity version of mobility that does NOT require mobility (or you can say that mobility is a higher intensity version of flexibility that involves stability).
For example, a split kneeling hip flexor stretch focuses on getting enough motion at the hip to allow for a full, pain-free range··· Read the rest