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No pole?! Conflicted emotions!!

So I had a fantastic class last night! It was our last class of lvl 5 which meant dress up class. Obviously being so close to Christmas, that was our theme! I had a blast, picked up a new move, got to see my ladies, took some pictures, it was great!

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Merry Polemas!

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The move I picked up last night is the starfish! I’m very excited about this because a move I’ve always wanted to do is the superman and I know this is one of the ways to get into it which means I’m one step closer to accomplishing it. The shoulder mount was my goal for so long and I accomplished that a couple of weeks ago so I needed a new goal. Unfortunately it’s Christmas break for my home studio so they’re closed for 2 weeks. Don’t get me wrong, everyone needs their breaks, plus it’s Christmas, so I’m excited, but still sad, it’s very conflicting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I also made a little Christmas gift for my pole ladies. A home made lotion I call Dancing Girl Lotion, and thank god they loved it because I was nervous about giving it to them. I am with anything home made, because you work on something to make a gift personal so all you can hope is  they like it.

 

 

 

 

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Me and my ladies! We’re all pretty awesome and they make pole even better. It’s always nice to have good friends doing what you all love together, it makes it so much easier to get new moves when you have these ladies cheering you on. I really love this picture.

 

 

 

 

 

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Corinne (my wonderful pole instructor) and I. We wound up wearing very similar outfits! Worked out well that mine was green and hers was red. Corinne is a huge inspiration of mine, she amazes me with all she can do and she looks like she does it with such ease! Although I know better than that, I know the discipline and dedication it takes to learn and preform  moves.

Short post today because my little one has gymnastics this morning, but I’ll leave you with another delectable recipe!

Mint protein fudge

Clean Eating Chocolate Mint Fudge

Makes 12 Squares.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Cup Plain Pumpkin Puree
  • 1/4 Cup Natural Cocoa
  • *2 Scoops Chocolate Protein Powder (Optional)
  • 1/8 Cup Honey (you can use agave, maple etc)
  • 3 Packets of Stevia
  • 1/3 Cup of Natural Plain Cashew Butter
  • 1/3 Cup Dark Chocolate Chips
  • 1/2 Tsp Mint Extract (or peppermint)

*1 scoop protein powder is usually about a ¼ cup.

Directions:

  1. Blend all ingredients (except chocolate chips) in a bowl with a spoon until smooth. Having your nut butter at room temperature helps this process go faster.
  2. I used an 8×8 baking pan. First I took cling wrap and covered the bottom and sides of the pan. Then I added the batter on top.
  3. Top with chocolate chips evenly.
  4. Then I took another sheet of cling wrap and covered the batter. This is easy, less messy and I do not have to fight to get the fudge out when I am ready to serve it.
  5. Place in freezer over night.
  6. Remove from freezer and cut into 12 squares. Serve immediately. Keep the cut fudge covered in the freezer until ready to eat.
  7. This is a cold treat.

Good for after workouts because it’s packed with protein, and especially delicious because of it’s chocolate-y goodness! Until tomorrow mes amours!

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Ho Ho Ho…ly Hell it’s only a week until Christmas!

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Kahlua Peppermint mocha! Delicious!

Panic parents, panic! It’s only a week until Christmas! Get ready for the chaos that is the holidays. Family dinners, travel, the gifts, it’s all coming in a week! Personally I finished my Christmas shopping for my little one last week. I didn’t get her nearly as much as I got her last year; I realized that the more toys she has doesn’t make her happier, she was just as happy to play with the boxes. So I went with this rule I saw on Facebook for gift giving to your kids.

  1. One thing they want
  2. One thing they need
  3. One thing they wear
  4. One thing they read

I think those are pretty decent rules to live by. Plus you know they always get at least one present from Santa as well. A tradition I like to do with my daughter is the toy donation that happens in my city every year, not only does it teach her the gift of giving, but it also teaches her that not everything we buy is for her, and even though it may be a toy she wants, there’s someone else out there not as fortunate as we are and who would appreciate it a lot more.

This year I’ve been able to use Santa as a threat, and it’s been wonderful. It’s the first year my daughter has really understood who Santa was. So when she’s acting up, which happens often because she is the spawn of me, I just tell her “Santa’s watching!” and it quickly becomes “I’ll be happy mommy!” It’s fantastic and I plan to milk this all I can during this one month just as my parents did to me!

On a slightly sadder note, I don’t know how to say this, I get all choked up. Pole class goes on break for 2 weeks! I know I’m so sad!  They take a Christmas break so that means no pole until the week of January 6th. It’s tragic really. But everyone deserves their Christmas break so I’m not mad, just sad. But I hope to see my pole girls during the break because I can’t go 2 weeks without seeing them!

Tonight is also dress-up night so prepare for some Christmas themed pole pictures tomorrow; I’m wearing a cute two piece green Santa dress. I’m thinking I might bring my good DSLR camera to get some good quality not camera phone pics; although these days camera phones are very impressive.

Since I haven’t done it in a while, here’s a recipe for today, a healthy delicious holiday treat!

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Photo from eatingwell.com

LUSCIOUSLY NUTTY HOLIDAY LOGS

 

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup finely chopped walnuts
  • 1/3 cup plus 5 teaspoons sugar, divided
  • 1 tablespoon freshly grated orange zest
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 8 sheets phyllo dough, (9-by-14-inch), thawed
  • Canola oil cooking spray

TOPPING

  • 1/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips

PREPARATION

  1. Preheat oven to 300°F. Line 2 large baking sheets with parchment paper or nonstick baking mats.
  2. To prepare logs: Combine nuts, 1/3 cup sugar, orange zest, cinnamon and cloves in a small bowl.
  3. Place one sheet of phyllo dough on a clean, dry surface. Coat thoroughly with cooking spray. Top with another sheet of phyllo and coat with cooking spray. Sprinkle one-quarter of the walnut mixture (about 1/3 cup) evenly over the phyllo.
  4. Using a sharp knife, cut the large phyllo rectangle lengthwise into 3 strips then in half crosswise to form 6 smaller rectangular strips.
  5. Beginning at the short ends, loosely roll each strip into a neat log. Repeat with the remaining phyllo and walnut mixture.
  6. Place the logs about 1/2 inch apart on the prepared baking sheets. Spray tops lightly with cooking spray and sprinkle with the remaining 5 teaspoons sugar.
  7. Bake the logs, in batches, until golden, about 25 minutes. Let cool completely.
  8. To prepare topping: Place chocolate chips in a small microwave-safe dish. Microwave on High for 30 seconds. Stir. Continue to microwave for 20-second intervals until melted, stirring after each interval. Transfer the chocolate to a plastic sandwich bag. Snip off one corner, being careful not to make the opening too large. Squeeze the melted chocolate decoratively across the top of each cooled log. Let stand at room temperature until the chocolate is completely set.

TIPS & NOTES

  • Make Ahead Tip: Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days or freeze without the chocolate drizzle (Step 8) for up to 1 month. Defrost at room temperature before decorating with the chocolate drizzle.

NUTRITION

Per cookie: 76 calories; 4 g fat ( 1 g sat , 1 g mono ); 0 mg cholesterol; 9 g carbohydrates; 1 g protein; 1 gfiber; 31 mg sodium; 36 mg potassium.

Recipe from http://www.eatingwell.com

Snow Day!

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That’s right people, it’s a snow day! Which I know some of you are groaning at but it’s so beautiful! We got 15-25 cm of snow from last night to this morning. And the majority of it came between 2 and 6 because I was up at 2 and it wasn’t that bad and I wake up at 6 with my little one, and there’s so much now! My little one is absolutely thrilled, as soon as she’s done breakfast we’re going outside to shovel, well my love and I will shovel, my little one will be fooling around in the snow. I expect no less from her!

Well my cool down routine was quite the success yesterday so I’m thinking I may do another warm up and cool down sometime soon. They’re such important parts of your work out and there are so many different ways to do them. Also I may include a routine to increase your flexibility. While I’m not fully flexible, where I am now compared to where I was in the summer is amazing. I’ve never been flexible in my life, but if you keep working on it, it will happen!

So one thing about me that you don’t know is that I love Christmas! Christmas music (I don’t work in retail so I don’t have to listen to it for 8 hours a day 5 days a week, so I’m not sick of it just yet), Christmas trees, Christmas baking! Another major love of mine is anything candy cane… seriously… if it has the name candy cane in it, I’m there. The peppermint hot chocolates are at McDonald’s and Timmies right now and I’m just crazy for them. For the holiday season I’m switching up from my Chocolate Cherry Protein Shake for breakfast.

Introducing the…

Vanilla Candy Cane Protein Shake

From youngmarriedchic.com

From youngmarriedchic.com

 

WHAT!?! Amazing right! Doesn’t it just look like something you could have ALL the time! I’m drooling right now just looking at the picture. What’s that? Hmmm? “Elise show us how to make such a delectable treat!” Well I guess I could, all of you are pretty fantastic!

 

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup of lowfat cottage cheese or 0% greek yogurt
  • 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder
  • Few drops of peppermint extract, to taste (be careful- it’s strong!)
  • 1 tbsp of  instant vanilla pudding dry mix (A lot of recipes call for sugar free pudding, but honestly the risk of ingesting aspartame greatly outweighs the sugar content of regular pudding)
  • sweetener to taste (I used stevia)
  • 1 small piece of candy cane, crushed
  • 4 oz water, start with that and add more if you want to thin it out
  •  ice

Instructions

  1.  Mix all together in a blender- blend it up!
  2.  Pour in a glass and garnish with chopped candy canes

Now this still constitutes as a treat, because of the sugar in Candy Canes and the pudding. But you know what, a treat like this a couple times a week isn’t all that bad, and if it hits that sweet tooth for you and keeps you away from the chocolate bars and ice cream then good!

Yum yum! If that looks good to you then just get ready for the whole 24 days up to Christmas because it’ll be filled with healthy treats as well as just plain old treats, because once in a while its nice to indulge in something we love. Until tomorrow!

 

The Day after Pole Day

I don’t know about you but the day after pole day is the most painful day of the week for me, every little part of me is sore. Not going to lie, for the past month I’ve been slacking, but for good reason! ( I swear)

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But now, now I have my 45 mm pole, so no excuses (Other than the carpet one… but I’ll stop using that as an excuse).

Last night we didn’t really learn anything new, lots of practice on Scorpio and Gemini. I’m very proud of my friend Danielle, she has successfully preformed the Gemini now! Her progression out of anyone I know is the most impressive. She went from doing very little physically to holding herself upside down with no hands, she’s pretty damn amazing.

Today I’m going to share one of my favorite moves with you, pretty simple but I just love the look of it. We call it the bow, although I’m sure, just like every other move, there about 100 other names for it.

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The Bow

So this move is started in the handstand position and then you shift your hips forward, bend your back and hang on for dear life with your ankles. Okay maybe not for dear life but when you’re in fishnets it feels like it!

My back isn’t too flexible at the moment but it’s something I’m working on every day. It’s the same with my front and side splits, I’ve never done them in my life, but you know what gives me hope? My mom! She didn’t do the splits until she was in her 40’s doing taekwondo, and I’m only 26 so I’m sure if I practice at it, I’ll eventually get it!

Oh! Exciting news! Lucy was finally back in class, Danielle and I were thrilled. You’d honestly think she had been gone for months but it’s only been like 2 weeks. Just like Danielle and Courtney from yesterdays post, you make some fantastic friends in pole class. You even become outside class friends. We all went out for Halloween this year and had a blasty blast!

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Yea it was a good night!

 

I have to cut this blog short today, Alice has gymnastics soon and I don’t even have my face on (meaning my make-up) But to make up for the short post, I’ll leave you with another delicious recipe!

Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles

(recipe from paleomg.com)

I love lemon so much, if it’s lemon flavored anything I must have it! Lucky for me, one of the healthiest things you can drink is water with cut up lemon in it, one of my favorites!

From paleomg.com

From paleomg.com

Ingredients
  • ½ cup almond flour
  • ⅓ cup coconut flour
  • ⅓ cup coconut oil, melted
  • 4 eggs, whisked
  • 2 lemons, juiced
  • zest of ½ lemon, or whole, whatever you see fit
  • 1-2 tablespoons raw honey
  • ½ teaspoon poppy seeds, or however much opium you want
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
Instructions
  1. Turn on your waffle maker. (if you don’t have a waffle maker, turn these into pancakes!)
  2. Mix together all your dry ingredients.
  3. Mix together all your wet ingredients.
  4. Mix ALL OF IT together.
  5. Pour into waffle maker.
  6. Cook until done.
  7. Pour a sh*t ton of syrup on top.

Alright, I’ll see you tomorrow mes amours, last post before the weekend! Make sure to check in because I’m going to include my warm up routine for home poling, pictures included!

Dear Mother of Pole my muscles hurt!

Good morning! Although I’d really like to just head back to bed. Last night was my pole class and today I am dying, I did not take it easy and the palms of my hands are suffering because of it. While I love my studio, I’m having mixed feelings about brass poles. While super sticky is fantastic for upside down holds, it’s killer on my hands when we practice our routine (which is to Tear Away by Drowning Pool)

Ouchy!

Ouchy!

See this is what happens, I don’t know if you can see that well but on the palms of my hands I have two nice blisters from the brass pole. I’ll wear them like medals for now though, because I got them from working my ass off on the pole! Didn’t learn anything new last night, although we did practice our Scorpios, Gemini, thigh hold.

OH but I did do my first cross ankle release (but didn’t get a picture of it) with some help from my teacher. It’s another move that really does require some good ol’ lady balls. Not to  mention some sticky thighs and a tight butt! If someone reading this doesn’t know I’m talking about pole fitness this would sound extremely and unnecessarily dirty.

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Alice doing The Tree

So this morning is gymnastics time for my little one! She’s quite excited. I really am hoping that when she’s a little older she will get into pole fitness. I see those young girls from Europe and Russia doing it and it’s like an art, it’s really like ballet/gymnastics and I think it’s beautiful. Hopefully by the time Alice is that age it’ll be more mainstream in Canada and she’ll be able to do competitions. I’ll just teach her until then.

At the moment she has gymnastics once a week, if she likes it maybe she’ll continue it and do it more. But next winter she will also be signed up for hockey and then soccer this summer.

I come from a very athletic family, my mom was like ‘the sport girl’ when she was in high school (which I wasn’t in anyway, I was super competitive in gym though, but I was more of a trouble maker in high school). My little sister played hockey for a long time, my brother did as well and now just plays casually. I was big into soccer and basketball, as well as swimming when I was young enough that my parents could force me into it, don’t get me wrong I enjoyed it, but my interests shifted as I got older. Pole is the first physical activity that has really peaked my interest in years, which in turn lead to me loving Pilates, and HIIT (High intensity interval training.) I even tried out running this summer, but found it really hurt my shins, I don’t think I know how to run right to be honest, which was something that I never thought was possible. I though… you just run…right? WRONG… there’s actually a certain way to run so you don’t injure yourself.

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The Extended Spiderman (Aka the extended butterfly)

One of my favorite things about pole is dress up week, which is coming up in only a month. It will obviously be Christmas themed and if I have the money by then I have the perfect outfit to wear. But it’s like 65$ so I don’t think it’s worth it.

But don’t fret! I have a back up outfit, I’m just hoping to slim down a little more before wearing it. Also December 1st I’ll be starting a 12 week shift your diet to healthy eating. I’m hoping since it’s 12 weeks I’ll be able to stick to it afterwards and it’ll become more natural and it’ll be something I can carry on long term, because lets face it, I’m addicted to sweets. The only “eating out” I do is sushi, which really isn’t that bad for you, you just have to be picky and stay away from the deep fried deliciousness. But I love raw salmon, especially spicy salmon so it’s not so bad.

Well I have to leave soon to take her to gymnastics so I’m going to leave you guys with a delicious frozen treat that’s not unhealthy but should still be consumed in moderation! A recipe from one of my favorite sites, http://www.paleomg.com Go check it out, from breakfast to dinner, to delicious desserts, it’s by far one of my favorite websites for recipes!

Chewy Pecan Brittle 

Pecan Pie Brittle

Image from Paleomg.com

Ingredients

Instructions
  1. Place a medium saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil then add your pecans to the pan. Toss around to coat in the oil and keep moving to help roast your pecans without burning them.
  3. When your pecans begin to become fragrant and browned a bit, add your honey and maple syrup. Mix well.
  4. Once your sugar begins to thicken just a little, add your coconut oil and coconut cream concentrate. Keep mixing with a rubber spatula to make sure your coconut cream concentrate doesn’t burn.
  5. Then add your cinnamon, vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt.
  6. When everything is well combined, turn burner on low and let simmer for about 3-4 minutes to thicken just a bit. (it won’t get super thick, so don’t expect that)
  7. While your mixture is thickening, line a 8×8 glass baking dish with parchment paper, pressing the paper down into the sides of the dish.
  8. Then pour your mixture into the parchment-lined baking dish and use a spoon to spread out the pecans throughout the mixture.
  9. Place in the freezer and let freeze for an hour or more. When you pull it from the freezer, it should be completely hardened but still have a chewiness to it.
  10. Use a knife to break it into pieces.
  11. Store in the freezer until serving!

I’d just like to say how thankful I am that wordpress periodically saves your posts because my laptop decided it was a good time to shut down everything without asking me so it could do an update…. SO THAT GOT TURNED OFF!!! *RAGE* Until tomorrow, ciao!

Untapped Energy Source of a Toddler

Good morning beautiful people, did you get a good sleep? Well then I am extremely envious! Anyone with kids knows how ridiculous it is when they sleep in bed with you… I woke up with a tiny little (albeit adorable) foot in my face at one point. I am exhausted! And on pole class night, which is at 8:30 at night (with a toddler it had to be at a time where she was already in bed). I wasn’t able to take any pictures last night, unfortunately my phone died. But my friend had to bail anyways but for a good reason, she got a new job! yay! Which means she’ll be back to pole next week! I did get to pole with my friend Danielle though, whilst watching my hockey team getting pummeled by the flyers… smh…

So this morning I’m going to start with something delicious and energizing! If you haven’t caught on by now, I am a HUGE fan of food, I honestly don’t know how I’m not like 500 lbs by now. I always used to say I could never be anorexic because I just loved food way too much (not that anorexia is anything to joke about, it’s a very serious illness of the mind, but that’s just how much I love food)

Alright so if I could have dessert all the time, I definitely would, so this is one of my favorites! It’s something classic, something simple, but has all the components to give you that energy to keep up with with that crazy untapped energy source that children seem to have. It’s the (drum roll please)….

SIMPLE STRAWBERRY PARFAIT! 

Strawberry Parfait

O-M-G I know right! So simple, so delicious. As I give you the ingredients I’m also going to break it down for you as to why this is a great breakfast dessert!

Ingredients

1 cup of sliced Strawberries

  • Strawberries, my sweet love, there are so many reasons why these little red gems are so good for you. Firstly they’re high in antioxidants, this keeps your heart in tip top shape. They’re rated 4th highest fruit in this category, being beaten by blackberries, cranberries and raspberries, so if you love any of those fruits grab a handful and toss them into your parfait! They’re also an excellent source of Vitamin C, which keeps our immune system on its toes!

1/4 – 1/2 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt

  • Protein, Protein, Protein! You need to curve that appetite, what’s the point of eating if we don’t feel full after? Greek yogurt is packed with the protein you need to fill you up. Now you could use a regular yogurt, yea I guess that’s okay, but here’s why you want Greek yogurt. A typical 6 oz (approx. 3/4 cup) serving of Greek yogurt contains 15-20 g of protein, compared to normal yogurt which only contains 9 g. Greek yogurt also contains about half the carbs of regular yogurts. So in my opinion, if you haven’t already, switch to Greek yogurt, it also is just plain delicious.

2-3 tbs granola

  • Now granola is only as healthy as you make it. Literally making your granola is probably the best way to go, but for the fast paced world we live in, sometimes there is just no time. So it’s up to you to open your eyes while you’re at the grocery store, staring at all the brands of granola, and look for certain things. One important one being the sugar content, aim for something with less than 8 grams of sugar. Another is the calorie count, a healthy granola will have less than 200 calories per 1/4 cup. Keep your eyes open for unhealthy oils such as palm oils and hydrogenated oils, they’re high in saturated fat and bad for your heart. Lastly you want something with 2-3 g of fat per 1/4 cup serving, granola can have a lot of healthy fat, don’t be afraid of the word fat, there is such thing as healthy fats. But you still want to take healthy fats in moderation, just as everything else! 

Now here’s my favorite part, building your parfait! Do as your heart desires! If you want yogurt, fruit, granola, yogurt, fruit, granola, GO FOR IT! If you are more of a fruit lover maybe go yogurt, granola, fruit. Honestly you have full freedom on the creativity of your parfait here. Either way it’ll turn out delicious and filling, serve in a fancy glass or if you don’t have that, just a plain old bowl will work, I promise you it’ll be just as healthy.

Tomorrow I’ll have a more pole related post I hope, seeing as how my pole class is tonight. But in the mean time I’m going to leave you with a drawing I did yesterday, my passion for pole spills out into my creativity!

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Check out my deviant art http://elisetrations.deviantart.com/

I’ll have the pole with a side of wine please!

So one of my friends from pole hasn’t been able to take pole for the past two classes due to financial reasons and it makes me a sad panda. Tomorrow is pole and while I hope she is able to attend, I certainly can understand that it is an expensive hobby, trust me, my credit card understands…

Tonight she’s coming over to my friend Danielles! Danielle is also a friend in pole, but she’s also my best friend and we’ve known each other since high school, her daughter and my daughter are the bestest of friends! We decided that so our pole friend doesn’t fall behind, we’d get together and show her the routine and just general things we’ve learned. Such as…. Gemini!

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I find this photo looks strange because where it looks like my belly should be, it’s actually my hip because it’s being braced against the pole, and my body’s all twisted. Regardless it was a very neat move to learn, I was afraid to let go at first but eventually grew “the lady balls”, if you will, and threw my hands back!

(There’s my awesome teacher in the back, also owner of the studio. She’s an amazing teacher and just has the personality you want to be around)

So tonight will be some wine and some pole, obviously there will be no drunk poling, I’m not willing to injure myself and potentially not be able to pole because of a drunken mistake! But you know how every idea is like a BRILLIANT idea when you start to drink… well I’m thinking we should probably put something up around her pole so that we aren’t tempted to flip upside down and try say… the ayesha… thinking we’re amazing… Haha! I can see it going so horribly in my head.

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This is the Ayesha

As soon as I figure out how to do that move I’ll post some tips to get into it. I’m thinking I might do that with all the new moves I learn, as soon as I get my pole at home. Which by the way I went and paid for last night but have to wait until it gets here, sad face. That burned a 425$ hole in my pocket! (Worth every cent)

I’ll take some pictures tonight and post them here tomorrow so you can witness the fun that ensues.

I was also thinking of making a post every couple of days, mainly Thursdays (the day after pole) At the moment, it’s when I feel like it but when my schedule changes up it might go to once a week.

Now I’ll leave you with another protein shake, this is a shake that I normally drink after my work outs or pole. You could drink it in the morning like my other one but I find I want chocolate so bad in the morning that the chocolate cherry shake is the best. This smoothie always hits the spot, tastes like candy to me, but I loooovvveeee strawberries!

Vanilla Strawberry Protein Shake

Vanilla Strawberry Protein Shake

Ingredients

  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 cup coconut water
  • 1 tbsp almond butter (creamy roasted) *Optional*
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
  • ice cubes

Mix together in a blender or magic bullet, pop in a straw and enjoy. Trust me you’re going to want more than one cup of this but pace yourself, use it as a treat to motivate you. As soon as you finish your workout you get this delicious treat!

Until tomorrow mes amours!