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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Protein Shake

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This peanut butter and chocolate protein shake is yummy, and keeps you feeling full for several hours on just about 350 calories. Start by pouring one cup of almond milk, cashew milk or… Continue reading

Guide to Sculling with Team Australia

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The crew dynamic: how quickly can you pick up the moves of the guys around you sculling is mechanics; it is repetitive; you have to be as smooth as possible every stroke counts,… Continue reading

No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

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These simple to make no-bake cookies contain the great flavor combination of peanut butter and chocolate along with a little hint of sweetness from honey. The addition of oats adds a punch of… Continue reading

9 Simple and Satisfying Peanut Butter Snacks

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There are wrong ways and right ways to eat peanut butter. Read on to learn super simple and yummy peanut butter snacks that won’t hurt your diet. According to the National Peanut Board,… Continue reading

3 Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Leg Day

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Sexy, sculpted pins are the gift that keeps on giving (and giving).  Leg day: It’s not just an Instagram mantra — it’s the unanimous conclusion of researchers and trainers alike. 1 They Preserve… Continue reading

Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone

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                  Find out what you can do to raise your testosterone levels naturally, including changes to your diet and lifestyle. 1/12 Add Zing to Your… Continue reading

Sunday Hiking and Walk – Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve – 5 Nov 2017

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We had beautiful blue skies and the temperature gradually rose from 14C (57F) to 29C (84F). We separated into 3 groups viz: the 5K walk, 12K and 14K hikes. The Nature Reserve has… Continue reading

How my Carcinoma was Treated

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Dr. Brian Sher looked at me and said: You have what is referred to as “Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma”. I felt a bit shaken. Four weeks later Dr. Sher stated that the carcinoma… Continue reading

Top Cancer-Fighting Foods

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1/20 Fighting Cancer by the Plateful No single food can prevent cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a difference. At mealtimes, strike a balance of at least two-thirds plant-based… Continue reading

The Body of a Rower – World Rowing FISA

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WorldRowingFISA Rowing is a beautiful mixture of endurance and power rowing is physically one of the hardest sports because you are using every muscle group you need to be strong aerobically as the… Continue reading

Rowing Land Training – Henley Royal Regatta

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HenleyRoyalRegatta The ergo builds strength and endurance the ergo trains the aerobic metabolic process which contributes to 75-80% of energy used in a race Great Britain Men’s – 4 rowed 200 – 250Km… Continue reading

Rowing – 2000 Metres of Pure Pain

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WorldRowingFISA It is important to get out of the starting block quickly and then get into a good rhythm in the middle of the race once you do 50 or 60 strokes the… Continue reading