Workout of the Day | Point Blank Martial Arts

By: Muay Thai  09-12-2011
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Workout of the Day | Point Blank Martial Arts

Shoulder Press

3 Rounds for time:
Run 100m
50 Pushups
Run 100
50 Sit-Ups

Today begins the first day of our new weightlifting stream. As we are just beginning this stream we will start with 3 days this week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We will then start to expand into regular daily weightlifting workouts. I encourage those of you looking to increase your strength to consider working the weightlifting workouts into your over all routines and cycling between the two streams.


Snatch 3×3 (3-3-3)
Power Clean 5×3 (3-3-3-3-3)
Good Mornings 4×5 (5-5-5-5)
Back Squats 5×5 (5-5-5-5-5)
Abs 100 Sit-Ups

This recipe is very similar to a delicious Coconut-Almond Shrimp recipe I had tried a few months ago. Basically your using coconut and almonds are a substitute for breading on your chicken. Tasty!

Paleo Coconut-Almond Chicken

1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/2 cup finely chopped almonds
1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
Cinnamon (and/or any other spice)
Coconut milk

Preheat oven to 400°.
Mix together coconut, almonds, and cinnamon in a bowl.
Pour coconut milk into a separate bowl.
Dip chicken breast in coconut milk and roll in coconut/almond/cinnamon mixture and place on pan.
Bake in oven for 20-25 minutes.

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Paleo Diet | Point Blank Martial Arts

Good food choices to keep in your car or at work would be canned low sodium tuna or salmon, a bag of beef jerky, and almonds. Every meal that you eat should consist of lean meat, vegetables, nuts or seeds, and a little fruit. Always have a food from each one of the macronutrient categories when eating a meal or snack. When buying prepackaged foods or canned foods always chech the sugar and sodium content.