In light of the tragedy yesterday in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh it didn’t seem right to release a FitLabPGH podcast the next day. Sometimes it is time to stop moving and reflect. This is one of those times. Our thoughts go out to the victims’ families and friends. We’ll be back with a new episode next week. #Pittsburghstrong
Monday, August 128, 2017 FitLabPGH YouTube and Instagram video is a recipe for Treat Yo’self Protein Bars. Check out the recipe below:
Treat Yo’self Protein Bars
from Aim True by Kathryn Budig
makes 12 Bars
• 4 eggs
• 1 tablespoon coconut oil
• 3⁄4 cup apple butter
• 1⁄4 cup maple syrup
• 2 teaspoons almond extract
• 1⁄2 cup coconut flour
• 1⁄2 cup vanilla protein
• 2 tablespoons ground
• 1 teaspoon sea salt
• 2 teaspoons cinnamon
• 1 cup unsweetened coconut
• 3⁄4 cup chocolate chips
• 1⁄2 cup chia seeds
• 1 cup slivered almonds
1. Preheat the oven to 375°F
and place a silicone liner on
a baking sheet. In a large
bowl, whisk together the
eggs, coconut oil, apple
butter, maple syrup, and
2. Slowly whisk in the
coconut flour, protein powder,
flaxseeds, salt, and
cinnamon. Fold in the
coconut flakes, chocolate
chips, chia seeds, and
3. Grab about a golf-ball-size
piece of dough and roll it into
a narrow log shape about 3
inches long. Pat the log into a
4. Arrange the bars, evenly
spaced, on the prepared
sheet and bake for 15
minutes. Let cool for 5
from Aim True by Kathryn Budig. Copyright © 2016 by Kathryn Budig
Monday, August 14, 2017 FitLabPGH YouTube and Instagram video is a recipe for Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast Cookies. Check out the recipe below:
PUMPKIN COCONUT BREAKFAST COOKIES
(FROM RUNNER’S WORLD MAGAZINE, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017)
1) COMBINE: 2 CUPS ALMOND FLOUR
-1 ½ CUPS ROLLED OATS
-1 CUP SHREDDED COCONUT
-2 TSP CINNAMON
-½ TSP SALT
2) SEPARATELY COMBINE:
-1 CUP PUMPKIN PUREE
-½ CUP MAPLE SYRUP
-½ CUP MELTED COCONUT OIL
3) STIR WET INGREDIENTS INTO DRY
(OPTION: MIX IN ½ CUP CHOCOLATE CHIPS BEFORE BAKING, OR RAISINS, CHOPPED DATES OR WALNUTS)
4) SPOON DOUGH ONTO BAKING SHEET AND GENTLY PRESS BAKE
AT 350 DEGREES UNTIL GOLDEN (25-30 MINUTES)
For 3+ months FitLabPGH has been bringing you weekly podcast interviews about events, organizations, businesses and people in the Pittsburgh area that understand movement is part of what makes life complete. A question we are often asked is “what is a podcast?”.
The easy answer is that a podcast is like a YouTube video, except it is audio. A better answer is that it is an audio file that you can listen to by streaming it to your phone or computer…or download via a variety of apps (mobile devices) or programs (computers). With most podcasts (FitLabPgh is part of most) you can subscribe to the podcast and be notified when a new episode is release.
There are literally 1000’s of podcasts and just about any topic you can imagine. You can search for them via sites such as iTunes, Stitcher and GooglePlay. Podcasts are usually free. They are a way to be entertained and get information while you are doing other things. If you listen to music while you exercise or commute then consider adding podcasts to your listening repertoire.
FitLabPGH podcast is a greater podcast to listen to if you are active. It is weekly- a new interview each week, and each episode is ~25-30 minutes. You can check out our latest podcast at www.fitlabpgh.blubrry.com. If you want to subscribe then check out the variety of ways to be notified of a new episode each week- www.fitlabpgh.blubrry.com/subscribe-to-podcast/.
FitLabPGH is now active on YouTube. Check us out every MWF morning for a short fitness tip or lifestyle hack at our YouTube channel . Three times a week we’ll have a tip or hack to help you keep moving, part of making your life complete.
Whether you are an experienced mover, or want to start making movement a priority make FitLabPGH’s weekly podcast interviews AND new YouTube channel a part of your movement and healthy lifestyle toolbox. Remember- keep on moving!
We are currently working on getting our new podcast Moving2Live ready to launch in early 2017. FitLabPGH is all about exploring people, businesses and activities in the PGH area that recognize movement is part of making your life complete.
Moving2Live is also a movement based podcast. We will be interviewing fitness and movement professionals from across the US and world. Each interview will be divided into two parts. One part will be professional to professional. The second part will emphasize information from the fitness and movement professional that can be utilized by professionals and people who make movement a priority.
Just like FitLabPGH Moving2Live will publish weekly podcast interviews short enough to make you want to listen, but long enough to give you great information. We’ll make sure you know when Moving2Live launches. Thanks for listening to FitLabPGH, we’re really enjoying interviewing PGHers who understand movement is part of making your life complete.
You can subscribe directly to our website to be notified when each new episode is available. You can also find FitLabPGH on Google Play and Stitcher. That’s in addition to iTunes– four ways to follow us and learn about interesting people companies and activities that make moving a priority in the Pittsburgh area. Go to the “Subscribe to Podcast” page of our website, or scroll down and look to the left for subscriber information.
We are now searchable on iTunes- “FitLabPGH”. You can also subscribe in a variety of other ways via the links at the bottom of the left hand side of all our website pages, or click go to Subscribe to Podcast. We release a new episode every Sunday night,at 7pm, Pittsburgh, PA time.
Check us out Sunday evening shortly after 7pm Pittsburgh time for our next podcast- an interview with Mark Freeman of the Freeman Technique. He has an interesting story, and like all people who love movement he clearly practices what he preaches!!
Our first podcast will be released early next week. It’s an interview with the race directors of Hell on Hills, a 5 km run in Beechview. It’s a really neat race that gives you a chance to see the South Hills and remember why being outside in the fall is so great. We think it’s clear that the people putting on this race are excited about movement and contributing to their community, and we can’t wait to be in Beechview on Oct 15!!
Our goal is to release a podcast each week that will last 15-30 minutes. It’ll take a couple of weeks for it to be on iTunes, but until then you can find new episodes at http://fitlabpgh.blubrry.com/ .
Please follow us on Twitter- @fitlabpgh . If you’ve got an idea for an interview- an interesting small business, a cool adventure you’re undertaking or something that you think fits the FitLabPgh idea that movement is part of making your life complete, then drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org