21-15 and 9 rep rounds of:
Left-arm Kettlebell snatch, 1.5 pood
Right-arm Kettlebell snatch, 1.5 pood
Thanks to Hank for sending us our first A Day in the Life of the WTF Challenge
Here’s what Hank’s been making for his family during the last few weeks of the challenge.
1. Oven-roasted split chicken breasts (bone-in, skin-on), served with rough mashed potatoes (some butter & cream), fresh watercress, & steamed brussels sprouts, then dressed (whole plate) with a generous amount of warm, wisked, fresh lemon juice and melted butter (juice of one lemon + ¼ c melted butter per person). Wow. It was good.
2. Steak Fajitas. Grass-fed sirloin sliced to ¼ inch, sliced onions, red & gr peppers, & ____ (other veggies you have – I like to add zucinni). I then marinade everything together (but start steak first, then add veggies) using a spice packet (this might violate, I don’t know ingredients of packet). Sauté in x-large skillet. I serve over rice for the non-paleos in the family. Serve with shredded cheese, sour cream & Chalula.
3. Wild Caught Salmon Salad. Romaine and/or mixed greens tossed in lemon juice and olive oil. On top of greens: kalamata olives, sliced red peppers, cucumbers, red onion (optional), generous goat cheese, grilled salmon.
4. Grilled Pork Chops. Served with boiled beets and braised green cabbage (chop cabbage and beet greens. Warm fat (i.e. butter, olive oil, etc) & a little water in large pot. Add cabbage and greens, salt, generous pepper & cooked bacon if you got it, and braise for 10 minutes or so. Don’t overcook, turns to mush. Also, don’t forget to grill your pork chops. My family loves pork with mustard and beets with sour cream. This meal also goes well with brats instead of pork chops.