Sweet potato delight!

Sunday, April 21, 2013


20 Reverse Snow Angels
20 Prone Dislocates
Side plank, 30 second hold

Gymnastic Strength:

20 minutes or 3 Rounds for quality:
Headstand (or progression), 60 seconds
Plank, 60 seconds
Handstand (freestanding or wall), 60 seconds
Hollow Hold, 60 seconds
Active Hang, 30 seconds

Notes: Focus on choosing a variation that you can perform unbroken with perfect form.  Rest if form breaks and accumulate the required time in as few sets as possible.


For time:
Row 1000 meters
20 GHD sit-ups
Row 750 meters
40 Toes to bar
Row 500 meters
60 Sit-ups
-17 minute cap

 Cool Down:

Samson Stretch
Seated straddle, 2 minutes





1 big sweet potato, or 2 regular potato size sweet potatoes

Goat cheese, or feta style cheese

1 tsp. cinnamon powder

½ tsp. ground nutmeg

2 tbs. honey

Seedless red grapes

2 tsp. oil

salt, black pepper


Cooking Steps

  1. Preheat oven to 355 degrees.
  2. Wash and dry the grapes. Place the grapes on the tray, drizzle oil with oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  3. Cut sweet potato in half. Wrap each half of potato with a sheet of foil and place on baking sheet with grapes.
  4. Bake the grapes for about 15 minutes, but let potatoes bake about 15-20 minutes more.
  5. Take the grapes out of the oven after 15 minutes and let them cool.
  6. When potatoes are done, scoop out the pulp of each potato half into a bowl – Do not cut potato skin as you will be placing the pulp back in the skins!
  7. Add the spices into the bowl with the pulp. Mix it well.
  8. Scoop the spicy pulp mixture into empty potato halves.
  9. Crumble goat cheese on top and decorate potato halves with baked grapes.
  10. Drizzle everything with honey (optional)
  11. Serve immediately

These can be eaten cold as a flavorful dessert.


~ Jamie


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