Posts Tagged ‘vegan’

Dan John Getting Strong is Simple...Not Easy Ep. 171 OPEN SKY FITNESS PODCAST

Dan John: Getting Strong is Simple…Not Easy- Ep. 171

All-American discus thrower, strength coach, author, and instructor, Dan John, shares why life, fitness, and success can be simple, but not easy. There is no immediate, over-night success that comes in the form of a pill. There is no secret to having it all. Rather, real results come from hard work, patience, and determination over…

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The Problem with the Dogmatic Nutrition Approach Open Sky Fitness Podcast

The Problem with the Dogmatic Nutrition Approach-EP 124

Join Us for a 10k Holiday Fun Run! Devon and I will be participating in a 10k run in Santa Monica, California on Sunday, December 4th. Get in touch with us about meeting up and click here for more details. November Nutrition Month: Week 8-Dogmatic Approach to Nutrition   One of the members of our Open Sky Fitness…

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Matt Frazier: Paleo vs Vegan – Which Diet is Best? Ep. 71

Matt Frazier from No Meat Athlete will make you rethink whether eating Paleo and eating vegan are really so different. Author of the book No meat Athlete and featured in some of the top periodicals like Runners World, Huffington Post, and Forbes Magazine, Matt gives us insight…

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Ep. 41 – Uncovering the Secrets of the Meat Industry with David Maren

Secrets of the Meat Industry What does it really mean when a chicken is labeled cage-free, free-range or pasture-raised? Why does processed chicken contain so much water? How can you decipher the dizzying array of organic, non-GMO labels on meats at your local grocery store? Today we’ve invited David Maren to help make our shopping…

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White Beans with Rosemary and Garlic

White Beans with Rosemary and Garlic INGREDIENTS: (makes 3 cups beans) 1 cup dried white beans (cannelloni, white runner, Great Northern, navy and so on) Salt 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 4 garlic cloves, coarsely chopped 1 teaspoon coarsely chopped rosemary leaves INSTRUCTIONS: Soak beans overnight in 4 cups water*, drain and transfer to a…

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