Good Morning my friends! I hope everyone out there is doing what they can to stay active, in more ways than one, in this world we are living in. To kick off this new week on the positive, this is The Workout of The Week, from GoodAttitudeFood.com. This is The Keto Coffee Workout.
Pics of the Week
Food, a kitten, disc golf, a few wild mushrooms, a couple of drawings, and other random stuff I see that makes a cool picture… man just check the video link below, you’ll see! Check out the latest pics of the week.
In This Edition…
Coming up in the post I will share my current Keto Coffee recipe. I will also have a great workout with a schedule and routine. There will be dumbbells, there will be weighted gloves, and there will be some DDPY. Oh yeah, and Disc Golf, like every day possible… #DiscLife
Keto Coffee can be made a few different ways. I have made, and posted, a few ways in the past. My current Keto Coffee is real easy. I have a creamer that includes MCT Oil, Grass-Fed Butter, and collagen. Add some stevia, a little milk, then froth it up. Boom! A little Rocket Fuel for your brain!
I use a 14oz coffee mug.
Right now am brewing Amazon brand “Go For The Bold”.
Using my Ninja Coffee Maler
1/2 scoop of Keto Delightful Vanilla coffee creamer
2 little scoops of stevia (1/2 teaspoon or so)
About 1/2 cup of 2% milk
A twist of pink rock salt
Forth that up real good.
I drink two cups a morning. Great taste. Good mental boost. I do this instead of eating breakfast most days. This makes intermittent fasting easy. Eating two meals a day is easy. I guess with the milk and creamer this might not be considered a total “fast” but, I don’t care. It works for me!
And Into the Workout
Always do a dynamic warm-up before a workout. I do this one from FightTips, pretty much before any activity, and as part of my morning routine.
Mon, Wed, Sat:
Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday I am doing three rounds of shadowboxing Tabata burners. I will have my 1.5lb Title brand weighted gloves on. Doing freestyle like boxing moves.
Interval timers – 8 x 20X10. Work hard for 20 seconds, do defensive moves and shuffle for 10 seconds and repeat. I do what I call “FIIT” intervals. Flow Intensity Interval Training.
Basically work at 80% max, or 8 out of 10 max exertion during the hard interval and work at about a 50% max, or 5 out of 10 ma exertion during the rest interval. 8 intervals of 20 on 10 off are one set. Repeat that three times with up to a one-minute break between rounds.
Mon, Thursday, Sunday
On Monday, Thursday, and Sunday I will be getting in the DDPY Sweating and Swearing Workout!
Tuesday and Friday
On Tuesday and Friday, I will be hitting the dumbbells. I am doing the FTB Dumbbell routine again this week. The Dumbbell gains are legit so I gotta keep at it!
In case you missed the FTB Dumbbell Workout post, check the link below. It explains the routine in detail.
Make It A Great Week
There you have it my peeps! Thank you so much for reading! Thanks for checking out the post. A “YUGE” Thank You to the awesome content providers. Check out their stuff – both FightTips and DDPY are great and have great content. Make it a great week!
Be happy and healthy my friends! Be the hero or heroine in your story. I am ending it the same as the last few weeks. I cannot drop this question. It’s the opening line from Blowin’ in the Wind. I bet most people have heard this song hundreds of times. Have you ever really thought about this question? How it applies to everyone? If you haven’t, I think you are overlooking a question that all heroes and heroines need to ask themselves.
How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?
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