The perfect recipe after working out, pepper with tuna and scrambled eggs

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Via @JLL Fitness

I just wanted to share with you one of the pretty easy recipes that I cooked yesterday with my buddy gym. We got really exhausted after being on the gym’s jacuzzi (kidding). We decided to cook something quick and easy, so we came out with this pepper, tuna and scrambled eggs recipe, and a salad as accompaniment. Basically, we used everything that we had in the fridge.

Ingredients for red pepper with tuna and scrambled eggs:

  • 2 peppers (we used red and green peppers)
  • 1 can of tuna
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tbsp. of olive oil
  • A pinch of salt

Check the recipe here.

Ingredients for the salad:

  • Lettuce
  • Baked chicken leg that I cooked the day before
  • Diced ham
  • Grated cheese
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Olive oil
  • Salt

Check the steps here.

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6 Week Results


Many people may look at themselves in the mirror and decide that they want to make a change, go on a diet, start working out BUT doing all that is usually easier said then done. Many people need some sort of motivation to get them to the gym and then to get themselves to keep going to the gym. Or when it comes to dieting many people may need a huge amount of motivation to start eating healthier. So what sort of things can you do to help with motivation?
Well one of the easiest would be to work with a GOOD personal trainer, they will do all the number crunching and you just have to put in the hard work. If you can’t afford a personal trainer or want to achieve your goals on your own there are 5 things that in my opinion will certainly help with your…

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30 Minute Workout



Get your booty into shape with this 30 Minute Treadmill Workout! Great for people at any stage of fit. Intervals are one of the best ways to sweat, lose fat & get in shape. Celebrities like Cameron Diaz swear by interval training. It must work because her body is smoking.
Don’t be discouraged if you can’t make it through the workout the first time you do it. Everyone is different. Keep working at it and remember, you’re still moving faster than everyone sitting on their couch.

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Fit Don’t Quit



Today’s workout is an awesome full body conditioning challenge. You do not need any equipment for this workout, although I chose to use weights for a couple of the exercises. If you choose to do this workout without any equipment, double the reps of the weighted exercises. I found the double time push ups to be particularly tough!! Remember that each double time push up includes a wide push up and a tricep push up, so each 2 reps really equals 1 rep. Take breaks as needed, or modify the push ups to your knees so you can push through the reps! Make sure to record your time so you have a mark to try and beat next time.

Have fun,



  • PLANK JUMPS – 100
  • LUNGE BOXER – 20
  • SQUAT PRESS – 20

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5 Tips to Motivate You

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What’s YOUR Motivation? What will get you out of a warm bed early in the morning to accomplish your workouts? How do you get started? How do you accomplish anything ‘extra’ in your life when it seems ‘life’ just gets in the way?

Here is a 1 minute plus video of a 5:00 am workout preparing for a July Triathlon; working around household duties, injuries and bad weather. (You might need to turn up your volume a little more in the beginning).

Your Version of Healthy

5 Tips to Motivation

  1.  Determine in your head you ARE going to do (a Triathlon) If you think you can or can’t, you are right!
  2. Attach an EMOTION to why you will do (the Triathlon) The stronger the emotion the better!
  3. Sign up for the event so now you have a deadline!  Who wants to waste money after you have already signed up and paid for it?
  4. Practice saying…

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5 Steps to Fitness Success


We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. -Aristotle Are you struggling to obtain a body that you have always dreamed of? Are you frustrated at an inability to lose those last few kilograms? Rest assured that you are not alone in your endeavors. In fact, you represent the majority of individuals that have the desire to change their lifestyle but may lack the tools that are necessary. Thankfully, there are a handful of sure-fire steps to fitness success. You may be surprised to learn that these steps are much easier than you initially believed. So, let s take a quick look at five approaches that will work wonders in helping you to achieve perfect physical conditioning. Patience is a Virtue One of the main reasons that many would-be fitness champions fail is that they expect to achieve success overnight. So, forget about…

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An active weekend

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During the summer weekends, I feel like I need to plan my time so that I can enjoy as many activities as possible.  The season flies by quickly, and many activities are impossible once the season ends.  This weekend, I was very happy to return to the Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland where I visited 9 years earlier.  It’s a very interesting area, since the soil there is so sandy, and the trees and wildlife are much different than they are in the Edmonton area.  A group of us met in Barrhead, Northwest of Edmonton, and then we went another 20 minutes farther north to Fort Assiniboine.  This area is close to the Grizzly Trail Highway, so a couple of us brought canisters of bear spray, just in case we met a big bear.  Luckily, we didn’t need to use our spray, but one group we met said they saw a…

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Get V-Cut Abs With THIS Move

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Getting the gut gone is just phase one. BDO Fitness Expert, Sloan Luckie, shows you one power move that will take your abs to the next level and help you get that “abdominal V”.

Exercise: Bosu Oblique Crunch


• Tones obliques (muscles along sides of torso)


  1. Lay on left side across the Bosu. Cross ankles. Place hands on side of head. Contract abs. This is the starting position.


2. While contracting abs, raise torso until oblique muscles are fully contracted. Lower torso to the starting position. That is 1 rep. Do exercise on right side also.


For optimal fitness results, balance exercise with healthy nutrition and high quality sleep.

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