This recipe is a quick and delicious way to incorporate quinoa into your diet. It can be served as-is but (if you have the time) it's best served chilled!
Combine all ingredients in a bowl, incorporating salsa to your preference. Chill in the fridge for at least an hour, or overnight. Serve chilled.
Chelsea demonstrates a basic resistance-band row that you can add to your routine today!
I thought I would share one of the recipes I tried over the weekend …..the kids and I are loving these pumpkin muffins for snacks or a quick breakfast on the go 🙂
Stay healthy over the next couple months by getting exercise at least 3 to 4 times a week. Also, try for a happy light or extra vitamin D for that additional mood booster and immune booster!!!!
If you have some goals to make over this coming winter let me know if I can help you….. I know from experience that making small changes over time are more likely to have a lasting healthy effect. Just imagine if you made five tiny changes in the next few months and really adopted those changes and by next year they were permanent healthy habits!!!!
I know I need to work on drinking water so if you see me in the gym – ask me where my water bottle is!!!! Next is reducing the amount of peanut butter consumed after 8 PM!!! Lol.
Bake 30-35 min at 350 degrees.
Kari A Hall BS, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist. Certified Pilates instructor , Certified TRX instructor, Certified Alloy Trainer.
Personal Trainer, WORX
To make the balsamic reduction sauce, place a cup of balsamic vinegar in a pot. Heat over high heat until boiling, then reduce to a simmer. Cook until reduced by half, about 10 minutes. Place desired amount on finished veggie bake. Enjoy!
1. Squat 5 sets/5 reps
2. Squat Hold 3 rounds/30 seconds
3. Deadlift 5 sets/5 reps
4. Wall Sits 3 rounds/30 seconds
5. Bench Press 5 sets/5 reps
6. Push-ups 3 rounds/30 seconds
7. Barbell Row 5 sets/5reps
8. Pull-ups 3 rounds/30 seconds
(rest duration 60 seconds!)