This is a favorite at our house! Immune-building broth with yummy noodles. Get creative and add avocado, peppers, sprouts, boiled eggs, and/or green onions to the final product and enjoy. This is as good as many of the pho shops in San Diego, I have to say!
cup (40 g) nutritional yeast flakes*
tablespoons kosher salt
tablespoons onion flakes (can substitute 1 tablespoon onion powder)
1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
teaspoon dried thyme
teaspoon dried sage
1 teaspoon smoked paprika (or regular)
1/2 teaspoon turmeric
teaspoon wasabi powder (if you can’t find it, leave it out)*
teaspoon ground ginger
tablespoon coconut palm sugar (can substitute regular granulated
We like to make large batches and store it in mason jars or Ziploc bags.
“nests” gluten free ramen or rice noodles*
cups fresh baby spinach leaves
cup shredded carrots (from about 2 medium carrots)
cup cubed extra-firm tofu or diced cooked chicken
2 tablespoons miso paste*
4 teaspoons soy sauce*
cup Bouillon Powder
to 3/4 cup chopped fresh scallion greens*
Hey Fit & Fabs! Scary is not getting enough protein after your muscle-building weight training. Scary is putting in all that sweat and hard work and not getting muscle popping results. Are you working out and still not seeing the muscle tone you desire?! You could be protein deficient.
7 Reasons Why You’re Not Seeing Results!
1.) Not getting enough protein. Protein is the building block for muscles; if you’re not getting enough of it, you will not increase muscle mass and you may lose your hair. Scary!
2.) Not sleeping enough. During sleep, deep sleep, the body is able to repair and rebuild the muscle fibers that are broken down during exercise. Sleep is a building block for muscle.
3.) Consuming too much alcohol.
4.) Not increasing weight and reps, ever.
5.) Skipping workouts and not making them up.
6.) Lack of muscle confusion (aka doing the same thing over and over).
7.) Lack of a progressive planned periodzation program.
Stop wondering around the gym aimlessly and hire a Fitness Pro to help you achieve the body you dream of and build the muscle you’re lacking. It’s really not scary. It’s science. You can do it!
Check out this article by the New York Times!
Kathy Dolan, ACE Fitness Pro, Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor, is a self-employed business owner. You will find her teaching and training on the Class It Up Virtual Studio and writing health and fitness programs for clients of all ages. She enjoys spending time with her three kids whether it’s in the mountains or on the seashore.
© Copyright Kathy Dolan Fitness, 2018
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My 3 Top Tips To Keep Health
a Top Priority:
1.) Join a Group for accountability and #motivation!
2.) Schedule your workout time like you would a lunch date! Like a boss and don’t skip or cancel!
3.) When you are feeling low on energy, do a 10 minute walk outside and watch your motivation come back! Building your will-power muscle will give you repeated impressions in your brain, that will make you feel better to build-in the ability to resist your resistance to moving. That happens only when you make yourself do it, behave your way out of it!
Kathy Dolan, ACE Health Coach Personal Trainer, YogaFit Fit at Any Age, Natural Bodybuilder. Making a difference with Classitup Fitness Studio Virtual Online Coaching. https://www.classitupfitness.com
The road to yoga is filled with many styles of yoga. It’s important to find a yoga style that fits your comfort zone. The word yoga simply means “union.”
Yin, Vin, Bikram, and even goat yoga! yoga instructors come in all sizes, ethnics, ages, and political parties. Truth is, you will need to shop around until you find a good fit. Yoga is thought by some to be a stretch session with candles. Do your research or analysis or you may end up crawling out of class in a sweaty puddle, discouraged.
So excited to add virtual yoga to my teaching schedule. In offering several styles and intensities and, after a consultation, I can guide clients in the direction they need to go. Having taught and taken yoga classes in many venues. One thing I have observed during my virtual sessions is the peace of a personal journey by each participant. A journey free of competition and judgement. The yoga classes with an environment of extreme competition, in my opinion, defeats the purpose of yoga. I have also gotten to know the furry family members. It’s because they all seem gravitate to the peaceful and safe energy flowing into the space. They are naturals at yoga. Down dogs and all. I have a hard time getting the goat yoga thing, but I think what I’m getting from this observation is this. We know we get peace and comfort from our pets and yes, they from us. I hope to see you in Virtual Yoga Soon! Pets welcomed and always optional.