This is the fist time we have used the battle ropes in Workout o't' Week.
Ropes are a brilliant high intensity exercise that improves core strength, stability, upper body strength and power as well as your mental toughness!
I have been playing around with a few flapjack recipes recently. I wanted something that could be eaten when you have a craving for pudding, but wasn't full of calories and sugar and also something that would be nice for the kids in their lunch boxes, but had some nutritional value and not just empty calories.
So I came up with "Reasonable Flapjacks". They are called that for a few reasons:
These flapjacks aren't going to blow your mind with their taste, nor do they have the magical ability to torch your belly fat, but we have found them reasonably useful for dealing with sweet cravings, as handy snack when you're on the go and as nutritious addition to the kids lunches.
If you'd like to add some reasonableness to your life then here's the recipe:
Makes 16 reasonabley large sized flapjacks.
20 Swings, 11 Goblet Squats.
19 Swings, 12 Goblet Squats,
18 Swings, 13 Goblet Squats,
keep following this pattern until you get to: 11 Swings, 20 Goblet Squats
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