Broccoli and Beef is a healthy and delicious recipe perfect for lunch or dinner. It is super easy to make, it’s clean, healthy, packed with protein and a great option when you’re meal prepping for the week ahead. Check out the recipe below!
8oz to 2 cups of broccoli florets
8oz grass-fed beef, sliced thin and precooked (pre-sauté in coconut oil or grass-fed butter)
3 cloves garlic
1 tsp freshly grated ginger
2 tbsp of coconut amino
2 tbsp coconut oil for cooking
Place 2 tablespoons of coconut oil into a skillet or saucepan on medium heat. Add 8 ounces to 2 cups of broccoli florets into the skillet. When the broccoli softens to the amount you want (some people prefer their broccoli harder while others prefer softer), add in the pre-sautéed beef.
Sauté for 2 minutes and then add in the garlic, ginger and coconut aminos. Stir well then serve immediately and enjoy!
Serving: 1 bowl
Properly stimulating your muscles is a precise science and application of volume, intensity and recovery to achieve optimal results. Too much or not enough volume and/or intensity without enough or with too much recovery and you wont get the results you want. In this article we cover how to find the right balance between these three to hit your specific goals.
For athletes working to reach their peak potential in performance, there can be a verity of areas that keep them from getting to the high level of performance they’re trying to reach. However the single most common weakness athletes face are weak glutes. In this article we cover how to identify weak glutes, strengthen them and get you on your way to peak athletic performance.
Muscle soreness is something every person who trains deals with. From the beginner to the professional athlete, understanding what post-training muscle soreness is and how to manage it will go a long way in your training, recovery and overall athletic progress. In this article, we what post-training muscle soreness is, what causes it and how to manage it.
TO GET 10% OFF ON YOUR FIRST ORDER, THE LATEST ON NEW RELEASES AND MORE. . .