THE PRE-POKE YOLK. Not to worry people, we poked this yolk like it was our job!
The DEEP SOUTH BENEDICT @sassafrasdenver with super-stacked pulled pork, perfectly-poached eggs, and collards on toasted cornbread with house-pickled Fresno jam + highly-dippable hollandaise (because Saucer Of Foods is my middle name). I loved it beyond what’s reasonable.
We’ve been eating our way through Denver and it’s been quite a treat! There’s a lot of really great food to choose from everywhere you go. These tapas at @ultreiadenver hit the spot after our flight! Then we hit @whitsdenver for some frozen custard that was even better than I thought it could be. You must try it! ✨
But....! Last night at Linger we saw Crickets on the menu and we had to order them just to see them come out on the plate! My curiosity got the best of me. ✨
Check out my Insta stories to see them and if we ate them or not! 😱 ✨
Would you eat the sweet and sour Crickets?! Cast your vote in the comments! 😜
Hope to see you at the Stapleton Egg Scramble today! We have our booth set up from 10-noon and will be handing out Easter eggs with discounts inside including a FREE MONTH! 🌷🐇 Come stop by at Runway35! #stapletondenver#stapletoneggscramble
How do you organize your training? 🤔 💥How to Organize Your Training💥 by @iwannaburnfat. I hear way too often people are scared full body workouts either aren't effective or they're too difficult. Here's what he said on it ⬇️
Today, I want to discuss another classic study showing why it's generally a good idea to organize your training in a way that allows you to hit each muscle group more than just 1x per week .
In this 2015 study, the researchers divided 20 trained males into two groups. One group followed a typical 3-day body part split (each muscle group 1x a week, see picture) and the other group followed a 3-day full-body split while matching weekly volume. Greater muscle growth was found in the full-body group.
The main reasons higher training frequencies are likely beneficial for muscle growth is that distributing the weekly volume per muscle group over multiple training sessions allows for more frequent muscle stimulation, makes each training session more manageable, and improves performance [2-4].
Now, this doesn't mean that a full-body split is inherently better than a split routine. The point I'm making here is that most people can benefit from distributing the amount of training they do per muscle group over more than just 1 training session. A good general guideline is a training frequency per muscle group of around 2-3x per week .
💣💥What's your training split? 3, 4, 5 days a week? No days off? Let me know below 👇
Off to Spain 🇪🇸 to climb on limestone tufas! Here is a photo of me climbing Reina de las Columnas (Queen of the Columns), an 8a with a long tufa system up the entire route, on our last trip. Let’s do this @laurakcapps @zach_arenberg @olivia_________k @liamclimbs @aran.sullivan @mightygrom1
It's 5.45am in Denver, Colorado and I'm getting ready to leave @thecrawfordhotel to catch my @amtrak train to @winterparkresort. However busy you are, you should always make time to say hello to your network. Helps that I had an amazing night's sleep thanks to The Crawford!
Where are you travelling to today?