We have had so many compliments and requests for the recipe for our featured smoothie this week… why not post it on our website as well!?! Now you can make this delicious treat at home too!
Directions: Throw all ingredients (except whipped cream and cinnamon) into blender and mix thoroughly. Pour into cup and add a drop of whipped cream and sprinkle cinnamon on top if you wish!
Check out this week’s recipe for a sneaky (but ethical) way to get greens into your kids.
And if you don’t have kids, don’t worry – you’ll still learn a thing or two – so read on.
1 banana, cut in chunks
1 cup grapes
1 (6 ounce) tub vanilla yogurt
1/2 apple, cored and chopped
1 1/2 cups fresh spinach leaves
1. Everything into a blender until smooth
Amount Per Serving – Calories: 205 / Total Fat: 1.9g / Cholesterol: 4mg / Sodium: 76mg / Total Carbs: 45g / Dietary Fiber: 3.7g / Protein 6.1g
Recipe from AllRecipes.com
What got you started at Body Fit?
I had what was referred to by my doctor as a high blood pressure incident about a year ago. Also, I decided that I wanted to travel more in my retirement. Losing weight and getting in shape would help me in both these areas.
What are your results so far? I started at about 340lbs, and I am now about 250. I am much stronger and my flexibility has improved immensely. I sleep better and my general well being is much improved.
What advice would you give to someone who is thinking of starting an exercise program? I started my program with working with a trainer (Dale), and he got me off on the right foot. This is the second time I have undertaken a workout program in the last 3 years. The first time I pushed too hard too fast. Now
I have a much more gradual approach to training. I advance in “baby steps”. I add weight and repetitions gradually. Finally, I established the habit of going to Body Fit on certain days at certain times. Once I had established the habit, it became a part of my life.
Dave Houlding, Age 62, Business Owner/Retired