pump-and-burn:

Park Soo Hee

pump-and-burn:

Park Soo Hee

elektra-in-training:

fatman2fitman:

From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 DietsPortraits of people around the world with their typical daily food intake.

1. "Bruce Hopkins, a Bondi Beach lifeguard, with his typical day’s worth of food in Sydney, New South Whales, Australia. The caloric value of his day’s worth of food on a typical day in the month of February was 3700 kcals. He is 35 years of age; 6 feet tall, and 180 pounds. Hopkins eats moderately, rarely if ever eats fast food, and drinks alcohol only when he and his wife go to dinner with friends."

2. "Marble Moahi, a mother living with HIV/AIDS, in the family kitchen in Kabakae Village, Ghanzi, Botswana with her typical day’s worth of food and antiretroviral medications. The caloric value of her day’s worth of food on a typical day in March was 900 kcals. She is 32 years of age; 5 feet, 5 inches tall; and 92 pounds."

3. "Willie Ishulutak, an Innuit soapstone carver in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada with one day’s typical food, and drink. The caloric value of his day’s worth of food on a typical day in the month of October was 4700 kcals. He is 29 years of age; 5 feet, 9 inches and 143 pounds."

4. "Sitarani Tyaagi, an ascetic Hindu priest, with his typical day’s worth of food at an ashram in Ujjain, India. The caloric value of his typical day’s worth of food in the month of April was 1000 kcals. He is 70 years of age; 5 feet, 6 inches tall; and 103 pounds. Sitarani Tyaagi is one of thousands of ascetic Hindu priestscalled Sadhus that walk the country of India and receive food from observant Hindus."

5. "Maria Ermelinda Ayme Sichigalo, a farmer and mother of eight with her typical day’s worth of food in her adobe kitchen house in Tingo village, central Andes, Ecuador. The caloric value of her typical day’s worth of food in the month of September was 3800 kcals. She is 37 years of age; 5 feet, 3 inches tall; and 119 pounds. With no tables or chairs, Ermelinda cooks all the family’s meals while kneeling over the hearth on the earthen floor, tending an open fire of sticks and straw."

6. "Curtis Newcomer, a U.S. Army soldier, with his typical day’s worth of food at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin in California’s Mojave Desert. The caloric value of his day’s worth of food in the month of September was 4,000 kcals. He is 20 years old; 6 feet, 5 inches tall; and 195 pounds. During a two-week stint before his second deployment to Iraq, he spends 12-hour shifts manning the radio communication tent (behind him)."

7. "Viahondjera Musutua, a Himba tribeswoman, sits outside the house at her father’s village with her youngest son and her typical day’s worth of food. Her two meals of the day consist of cornmeal porridge with sour whole milk and she’ll drink sour whole milk throughout the day."

8. "Aivars Radzins, a forester and beekeeper, wearing his bee-kleeping clothes, with a smoker and his typical day’s worth of food in his backyard in Vecpiebalga, Latvia. Breakfast is sour rye bread with honey and butter; a hard-boiled egg; homemade pork meatballs and coffee. Dinner is fried homemade pork meatballs, boiled potato and onion with sour cream, two kinds of salad, more rye bread and Lauku Kvass (beer).”

9. "Mariel Booth, a professional model and New York University student, at the Ten Ton Studio in Brooklyn with her typical day’s worth of food. The caloric value of her day’s worth of food on a day in the month of October was 2400 kcals. She is 23 years of age; 5 feet, 9.5 inches tall; and 135 pounds. At a healthier weight than when modeling full-time, she feels good but laments that she’s making much less money."

10. "Takeuchi Masato, a professional sumo wrestler whose ring name is Miyabiyama (meaning "Graceful Mountain"), with his day’s worth of food in the team’s practice ring in Nagoya, Japan. He eats 3,500 kcals a day. Lunch is fried chicken, chanko nabe (traditional sumo wrestler’s stew) with pork, vegetable tempura, cabbage egg and stewed chicken and white rice."

I don’t know why this fascinates me so much but I’ve been staring at it for like 10 minutes.

strengthfromstruggle:

paleolithic365:

Recipe from 21DSD: Buffalo Chicken egg Muffins - 1 1/2 pound boneless skinless chicken thighs or breasts. 1 teaspoon granulated garlic. 1/2 teaspoon sea salt. 1/2 teaspoon black pepper. 1/2 cop Tessemae’s wing sauce, divided or 2 tablespoons other clean-ingredient hot sauce* plus 2 tablespoons melted unsalted butter or coconut oil. 12 large eggs. 1/4 cup sliced green onions (scallions) Salt and black pepper to taste.
Preparation:
Preheat the oven to 425.
On a baking pan, arrange the chicken thighs and season with garlic, sea salt, and black pepper. Bake for 25 minutes or until cooked through.
Place the cooked chicken thighs into a large mixing bowl and shred with two forks. Pour the wing sauce over the chicken and toss to combine and set it aside.
In a small mixing bowl, whisk the eggs, 2 tablespoons of wing sauce, green onion, sea salt, and black pepper.
Pour the egg mixture into parchment cup lined (Without liners, I can’t guarantee these won’t stick even to a well-greased pan –these are the only type of liners I recommend as nothing sticks to them, guaranteed!) muffin tins to fill them approximately halfway. Gently spoon about 2oz of the shredded chicken into each muffin cup so that it’s evenly distributed. Serve any extra chicken alongside the cooked muffins.
Bake for approximately 30 minutes or until the muffins rise and become golden brown around the edges.

This is my wife’s blog we are doing Paleo 365!! Yup that’s right eating paleo for a whole year and we will be posting original recipes and from others also. all pictures will be taken by me!

strengthfromstruggle:

paleolithic365:

Recipe from 21DSD: Buffalo Chicken egg Muffins -
1 1/2 pound boneless skinless chicken thighs or breasts. 1 teaspoon granulated garlic.
1/2 teaspoon sea salt.
1/2 teaspoon black pepper.
1/2 cop Tessemae’s wing sauce, divided or 2 tablespoons other clean-ingredient hot sauce* plus 2 tablespoons melted unsalted butter or coconut oil.
12 large eggs.
1/4 cup sliced green onions (scallions)
Salt and black pepper to taste.

Preparation:

  • Preheat the oven to 425.
  • On a baking pan, arrange the chicken thighs and season with garlic, sea salt, and black pepper. Bake for 25 minutes or until cooked through.
  • Place the cooked chicken thighs into a large mixing bowl and shred with two forks. Pour the wing sauce over the chicken and toss to combine and set it aside.
  • In a small mixing bowl, whisk the eggs, 2 tablespoons of wing sauce, green onion, sea salt, and black pepper.
  • Pour the egg mixture into parchment cup lined (Without liners, I can’t guarantee these won’t stick even to a well-greased pan –these are the only type of liners I recommend as nothing sticks to them, guaranteed!) muffin tins to fill them approximately halfway. Gently spoon about 2oz of the shredded chicken into each muffin cup so that it’s evenly distributed. Serve any extra chicken alongside the cooked muffins.
  • Bake for approximately 30 minutes or until the muffins rise and become golden brown around the edges.

This is my wife’s blog we are doing Paleo 365!! Yup that’s right eating paleo for a whole year and we will be posting original recipes and from others also. all pictures will be taken by me!

fuckyeahfitbodies:

Fucking abs

fuckyeahfitbodies:

Fucking abs

blackfitness:

steadymirin:

when you forget your shaker… water bottle + receipt funnel.

we’ve all done this at sometime


truth

blackfitness:

steadymirin:

when you forget your shaker… water bottle + receipt funnel.

we’ve all done this at sometime

truth