Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Mind if I have your leftovers?
 

Wk 6, Day 38
 
Who's up for trying possibly one of the least expensive & best post-WOD recovery foods?!?!
2 points if you can tell us why you might try it soon...  
- to find out what I'm talking about click HERE!

12 min EMOM:
10 jumping lunges
10 box jumps (24/21)

then, for time complete:
100 KB swings (53/35)

Post time to complete KB swings

38 comments:

  1. With the temperature about to be back in the freezing zone a nice hot bone broth with your favorite veggies will hit the spot and keep you warm!

    TEAM STRONG

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  2. I will try some bone broth real soon.
    Edith

    My wife makes a delicious bone broth and chicken broth.
    Lavan

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  3. Good Morning.

    I have tired bone broth and it isn't bad. It has great anti-inflammatory and gut-healing proteins, healthy fats, and a wealth of minerals just waiting to be used. You may want to have some great smelling candles to light up once your done making it but it is so good for you!!

    Have a great day!

    Strong Starts Here!!!

    Go Team Strong!!!

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  4. Sorry, but can't do it. Go team strong!

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  5. I hear Lee talking about it all the time. I would like to try it for the glucosamine. As many of you know I have old man knees and it bone broth would help them a lot. Also for the digestion purposes as well.

    I'll take a crack at it!

    Team D as in Dedication!!!

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  6. My grandmother ALWAYS did this with leftover "parts."

    I think I'd want to try it for the detox. I know that things like this always help with allergies, and with spring (hopefully) around the corner, I'll take all the help I can get with my fight against pollen!

    Teacher Appreciation week (aka here's a bunch of stuff you can't eat, Emily) is finally over. Ready to finish this challenge Determined!

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  7. I have had bone broth 1 time. it was fine, they sell it at Green Grocers on greenville ave. in dallas. They make it fresh there, so I had it hot, in a cup. Glad I did not microwave it! I probably won't make my own, but i will consume the broth for the healing properties to our gut, joints and tendons. My connective tissues need help!
    great hard wod today!
    TEAM STRONG
    Jenn G

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  8. I might have to try the bone broth soon for joint health!...Got another excellent massage from Katie J yesterday...you all really need to try this....its incredible.....Team Strong!

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  9. I would try it for the detox. I like Jenn's Idea. Will hit up Green Grocers and try it already hot and ready to go.

    #teamdedication

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  10. I've made it 3 times and had mixed results. First batch was decent, second batch was delicious, third batch was awful. I need some consistency. Neither of them gelled like they should (the first batch did a little bit). Will definitely keep trying. I am a firm believer it makes a difference. Team Determined!

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  11. I liked when Lee made the bone broth. He's right though, the third batch was not good. We want to get a pressure cooker and use the NomNom Paleo recipe that Karen told Lee about. Team Determined!!!
    Sandy

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  12. I would like to try the bone broth for benefits like joint health, protein, and minerals. #teamDEDICATION

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  13. I would like to try bone broth majorily for the joint health in order to continue my fitlife journey I need good joint health :) another benefit would be for my protein and the minerals.

    #Team D for ------> Dedication!!!!!!

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  14. Amy has been making it a lot. It doesn't have to be fancy or seasoned. That might make for consistency with batches and you can just add to soups or pour over sweet potatoes. It doesn't have to drank like a refreshment.

    WOD-5:46 rx

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  15. Bones.....can't do 'em. Its a weird aversion. Don't judge. Go Team STRONG!!!!

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  16. My grandma used to make this all the time. Its actually not bad at all but I never got full off of just broth, I actually need some meat on my bones. I would definitely give it a try again for the detox and digestion benefits.
    #TEAMDEDICATION

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  17. Edith and I drink it in the morning instead of coffee not all the time, but it helps with hunger in the morning or even in the afternoon to defeat cravings.

    Team determinated.

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  18. I've never made it myself but I've had it before and I think it's really good! I didn't know about all of the benefits!

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  19. I've never had bone broth, but I would definitely try it after reading all the benefits(especially detox and digestion). Ironically, my great aunt used to crack a bone open and eat the inside when I was child. I remember thinking she was the weirdest person ever and being really freaked out. LOL

    Team Determined

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  20. I haven't tried it, but I would definitely try it, considering it has tons of benefits. -Christina

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  21. I'd definitely try it. Sounds like the benefits are great. Team Dedication!

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  22. I think I might have had it before. Old family recipe. I may stake a stab at it again for the protein. I'm always looking for more protien options. Plus, I need more practice with the slow cooker so it's a win-win.

    #TeamDetermined

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  23. Never tried bone broth, something new to try!!

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  24. Would definitely try it for benefit of healthy joints and detox.
    Team Determined!

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  25. I drink bone broth for joint health and keep craving.
    Edith

    I drink the bone broth for joint benefits
    Lavan

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  26. Mmmm bone broth! I made a bone broth soup with ground bison/beef, parsnips, leaks, kale, acorn squash, celery, and green onions. I must say it was delicious.

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  27. Great MOD WOD today Amy! :-)

    KB Swings (Mod) 4:37 26#

    Go Team Strong!!!

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  28. I've try bone broth before, I'll have to have some soon because I've been really sore and for detox too.
    #teamdedication

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  29. kb swings 4:37 #35
    team strong!!
    jenn G

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  30. How the protein in the muscle meat and the protein in the connective tissue balance each other out for optimal nutrition is why I want to try this soon! It sounds like my vitamin B is low because of all the meat I eat but not eating enough of the good stuff in the bones. It sure does explain a lot!
    #TeamStrong

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  31. I use to have it a lot before I knew about paleo but I had it because I just loved it. I did not know it was this beneficial I will get back on this because of the
    nutrients – anti-inflammatory and gut-healing proteins, healthy fats, and a wealth of minerals that it has.

    Team dedication

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  32. I have been wanting to make bone broth for a long time!! Today's blog is sign!! I'm heading to a butcher to get some bones, yo! I need those JOINT HEALTH benefits for sure!
    KB Swings - 4:00 Rx
    TEAM STRONG

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  33. I would like to try bone broth. Could use the benefits.
    Team Determined

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  34. Bone broth for the protein

    #TEAM DEDICATION

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  35. 100 kb swings ...6:23....half 53 lbs, half 35 lbs....woot!....team Strong!

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  36. I would try it for the joint support it provides along with all the other benefits.

    Team dedication

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