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  • Do The Right Thing: Anti-Racism Resource Guide

    Do The Right Thing: Anti-Racism Resource Guide

    One of our most important core values at Method3 Fitness is: Do The Right Thing.
    At Method3 we are working towards taking tangible steps to challenge racism and support our colleagues, customers and communities. Symbolic support is not enough – we will take action. Below you will find a list of resources that we are using as a springboard for our journey forward. Our hope is that this resource guide will serve as a starting point for our Method3 community so we can take this opportunity to better understand ourselves, love our neighbors, and become the change we wish to see.


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  • Grilled Bananas

    Grilled Bananas

    🍌πŸ”₯This is an AMAZING treat if you just want a quick bite of something sweet. It’s also great for kids. Plus, it’s so simple I hesitate to even call it a “recipe” … but that actually makes it the best kind of snack because you can whip it up in a hurry! Grilled Bananas (serving size 1 banana = 1 serving)
    1-4 Bananas 1 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice Cinnamon to sprinkle Optional: a dash or raw, organic honey (skip this if you are serving to infant/toddler-aged children) Preheat grill to medium-low heat. Oil the grill grates well so the banana doesn’t stick. (Note: you can also use a skillet for this. Just spray lightly with cooking spray to ....

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  • Should You Watch The Scale?

    Should You Watch The Scale?

    We see it here at Method3 Fitness all the time. Someone has just joined us or is coming in for their goal setting check-in and there’s the dreaded groan when we ask them to step on the scale. For so many people, that little number has determined so much for them. Their mood, happiness levels, and even their personal value or worth for many years. Now is when we learn to stop that. While it’s important to have numbers by which to track progress, and the scale is one of those numbers that gives us data, it is such a small data point. Plus, there are SOOOO many other ways to track progress! This is why we like to help coach detachment from the scale. One question that ....

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  • Showing Up For YOU!

    Showing Up For YOU!

    Health isn’t a luxury….It’s a necessity! πŸ’° Lately I’ve been hearing a whole lot of “I don’t have time for exercising and meal prepping.” Here’s the deal… Without your health, you don’t have quality or longevity of life. Poor health and personal care =dying body. πŸ’€ Not going to sugar coat it! Your health can’t be an afterthought either. You don’t make efforts toward health when you find yourself sick or in pain. That will NOT get you the desired result. It takes never saying “I don’t have time” again. There’s no more time for “later” or “I’ll get to it” ....

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  • Easy Lentil Soup

    Easy Lentil Soup

    This lentil soup recipe is so easy, comforting and good for you! It’s a perfect option for lunch, and it tastes even better the next day. Lentils are a great source of plant-based protein … plus this soup packs a whopping 13 grams of fiber into one serving. It’ll keep you feeling full for hours! Easy Lentil Soup (Makes 6 to 8 servings) 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 cup (150 g) finely chopped onion 2 carrots, chopped 2 celery stalks, chopped 3 garlic cloves, minced 2 tsp kosher salt 1 pound (500 g) lentils, rinsed 1 15-oz (400 g) can of chopped tomatoes 6 cups (1.5 L) low-sodium vegetable broth ½ tsp each of cumin and coriander Optional: ....

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  • Homemade Salad Dressing

    Homemade Salad Dressing

    Once you start using homemade salad dressing, you’ll never go back to the bottled, store-bought version. This recipe will become a staple in your home – it makes a large batch, so you can store in the fridge for use all week. World Famous Balsamic Dressing (makes about 16 1.5-tbsp servings) 8 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 4 tbsp water 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice 5 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 tbsp dried parsley ½ tsp sea salt Freshly ground pepper to taste 1 tbsp honey mustard (organic if possible) 1 garlic clove, passed through a garlic press or minced (optional) Directions: Add all ingredients into a bowl & whisk until thick and creamy. Check for ....

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  • The Magical Weight Manager

    The Magical Weight Manager

    When you feel like your nutrition is on point and you’re hitting the workouts regularly but still not seeing the results you desire, there is this sneaky little thing that might be holding you back. It’s way too often overlooked by fitness coaches as well. You ready??? It’s daily movement!
    I know it sounds kinda boring, right? And you’re like, John–you’re kidding me right?! But I’m telling you the truth! -PROMISE πŸ™‚ Here’s some truth for you…
    Even if you’re managing to hit the gym an 45 minutes a day, 5 times a week, it’s still a very small percentage of your overall week. It’s common for people to be ....

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  • A Love Challenge

    A Love Challenge

    Because February is the month of love, I want to offer a unique challenge to you. First,
    I want you to write a list of the things you love about yourself. About how you look… About who you are… About how you treat other people… About what you’ve accomplished… The list can be as long as you want it to be. Side note: if you struggle with this, it’s even more important that you complete this exercise. Once you’ve completed your list, I want you to stand in front of a mirror and read the list aloud, glancing into your own eyes so you can see and feel the truth of it all. Deep breaths as you move through it without rushing. Even feel ....

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  • When Enough Is Enough

    When Enough Is Enough

    Change can be difficult. Change can be challenging. And when you’re trying to make progress towards achieving your health and fitness goals, it can be downright intimidating….but usually when “something” in your life shifts enough, you overcome those obstacles and move forward. So when is that? When do you finally say, “I’ve had enough! It’s time for a change!” It is different for all of us.
    For many of our clients, it’s been a clothing-related incident that’s made them step into action – everything from not being able to zip up pants to a full-on breakdown when they discover they’ve gone up a whole size ....

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  • Salmon Steaks with Grapefruit

    Salmon Steaks with Grapefruit

    This is such a simple recipe … but it’s so tasty. It will become a regular in your rotation. Salmon is a heart-healthy meal – which makes it perfect for any dinner with a friend or loved one. It’s also done in less than 10 minutes! For a light dinner, serve this with a side salad. If you want a heartier meal, add some quinoa. Delish! 2 tsp extra virgin olive oil ½ red onion, peeled, halved, & sliced thin ½ cup (125 ml) fresh grapefruit juice & segments (remove white pith to avoid bitterness!) 10 oz. salmon, skin removed, cut into 2 steaks Fresh grapefruit segments for garnish Directions:
    Heat extra virgin olive oil in ....

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