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Sunday Wrap-Up

It has been a great week for training.

Working with a coach has been an excellent decision! I am seeing changes in all areas of my training. Starting with some major form changes, which is super exciting. For anyone even slightly considering a coach, I highly recommend Coach Kreitz with TriDot.

And I have been focusing hard only my diet, which can always use some attention.

Tonight, made some delicious stuffed peppers, Ill post that recipe on Wednesday.

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Sunday Wrap-Up

Another excellent week of training! I could not be happier about my decision to hire a coach! I am so excited for what 2017 will bring.

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Monday Motivation

Rise and shine! Being up at 4am on Monday morning to get a 20+ mile bike ride in just means that I am going to kick this week’s ass! Happy Monday!

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Sunday Wrap-Up

It has been a great week of training! Working with a coach is going to be great!

Had three threshold workouts this week, which is like testing you capacity. The cool part about this is going to be looking back on these first threshold workouts and seeing the improvement!

Today had sprints at the beginning, I haven’t run sprints in YEARS! Felt super good!!!

I won’t be posting my workouts on Sundays anymore though! The work that Coach K puts in to these is his $$$ so, I don’t feel comfortable sharing the exact details of the workouts. Sorry peeps.

But instead, here is the wrap-up for the week!

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Whatcha Cookin’ Wednesday: Ranch Chicken

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This was a yummy one! And Ms. Graci was my mini-cook, and made the dish 100% by herself, i.e. an easy dish to make. Everyone, even the picky older human, loved this dish! **winning**

Ingredients:
8 boneless, skinless chicken tenderloins or 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 can cream of chicken soup (10.75 oz.)
3/4 cup milk
1/2 packet of ranch dressing mix (1 oz.)

  1. Place thawed chicken into skillet. (You can use oil if you’d like, we didn’t.)
  2. Season chicken with salt and pepper, both sides.

  3. Cook for about 10 minutes. (It won’t be quite cooked, no worries, you will add them back after bit.)img_8006
  4. Take chicken out of skillet and set aside.
  5. In the skillet, add soup, milk, and 1/2 packet of ranch dressing mix and wish.img_3781
  6. Bring mixture up to a boil to let it thicken. img_6660
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  8. Reduce heat to low and allow the chicken to finish cooking thoroughly. img_7963
  9. Enjoy!!!