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What is 28 Days?!

4 Weeks {ONLY 28 Days} can it be that hard?!

NO it’s NOT, so why not accept the challenge to get that summer body in shape.

Have you ever heard of DietBet?! If not join the club:-) DietBet has been around for a few years though…But not to worry I will share more details here.

Jamie Eason started a challenge on DietBet called Jamie Eason’s Holiday Hustle, and I decided to join in. You have NOTHING to lose but that extra pounds/kg’s that added up over the months…

You can follow any plan / training program / nutritional plan but joining the “pot” while doing your #FaceTheFat #USN challenge with the benefit of being part of this amazing fitness community, all with the same goal of losing 4% of your body-weight in a 4 week period and then of course winning in the end.

It is without a doubt worth the while to read more about it. We are currently 3 253 players and the pot is $97,590
(R 1,335,434.06) 
 whoohoo!

The challenge started yesterday but you can still join – you have 14 days still to enter but remember then its less days to reach your goal of 4%….

So I decided to take on the next four weeks and shred the last bit of fat and reach my goal just in time for summer while HELPING YOU!

I will use my USN Supplementation to assist me in reaching my goal. Here I will share my journey for the next four weeks.

The reason why I decided to join in on her challenge is to be part of a community where you can help inspire and motivate others and yourself. Become part of a fitness community even if it is online/social. By becoming part of a group like this makes it easier to keep yourself accountable and it helps to know you are not alone in this journey!

Everyone have different goals – Even if it is to become fit, or to lose weight, improving on a healthier lifestyle or whatever your goal join me!

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BE A WINNER

Here is the link: http://diet.bt/8qSkeT

So, this is what DietBet is all about.

How it works

Bet on yourself to lose weight. Reach the goal … split the pot! EASY AS THAT 

What’s your goal?

Pumped-Up Pancakes

A fluffy stack of pancakes might seem like a major cheat, but this recipe proves you can eat clean and have your pancakes, too!

Who doesn’t love waking up to a short stack of hotcakes? These pumped-up pancakes use unsweetened applesauce instead of oil, and the addition of Greek yogurt and whey gives them a protein kick while keeping the total calorie count low. So have two cakes; you’ve earned them!

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INGREDIENTS:

OAT FLOUR 3 CUPS

VANILLA PROTEIN POWDER 3 SCOOPS

COCONUT SUGAR (OR ANY LOW-CAL SWEETENER) 2 TBSP

BAKING POWDER 2 TSP

SALT 1/2 TSP

UNSWEETENED ALMOND MILK 2-1/2 CUPS

GREEK YOGURT 6 OZ. (170 gram)

UNSWEETENED APPLESAUCE 1/4 CUP

VANILLA EXTRACT 1/2 TSP

EGG WHITES 4

DIRECTIONS
  1. In a large bowl, mix oat flour, protein powder, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
  2. In a medium bowl, thoroughly mix almond milk, yogurt, applesauce, vanilla extract, and eggs.
  3. Add wet ingredients to the dry and stir until combined.
  4. Use a 1/4-cup measuring scoop to measure out each pancake and pour onto a preheated skillet.
  5. Cook approximately 2 minutes on each side.

Tip: I recommend adding a little bit of extra protein alongside these pancakes to make a complete meal, such as two egg whites or a homemade chicken or turkey sausage patty. If you’re looking to prep an easy breakfast for the week ahead, these are great! The pancakes freeze well and can be reheated in the toaster.

Resource: Jamie Eason

Jamie’s Abs Workout

Workout your abs with Oxygen fitness model and columnist Jamie Eason! Her personal no-equipment abs workout will sculpt your midsection and challenge your abs. Try her favorite moves today!

Tighten your core with these three effective abs moves from Jamie Eason!

Sets

Try two to four sets for each exercise in the video.

Reps

  • Slow motion straight-legged sit-up: 10 to 12 reps
  • V-up: 12 to 15 reps
  • Bicycle: 15 to 20 reps (counting one rotation on each side as a single rep)

Rest Do each move as described, resting for 30 seconds to one minute between sets. They can be done in succession (finishing all sets of one exercise before moving on to the next), or perform one set of each move then begin again from the top.

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