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“Let's be real. We all like a good pancake from time to time.”
Let’s be real. We all like a good pancake every once in a while. But most of the time we don’t feel full or great after. Most pancakes spike the blood sugar and leave us feeling tired and sluggish almost immediately after consumption.
There’s a better option…
The THREE ingredient pancake!
It’s the best and has been my go-to for years. Here’s everything you need to know:
1/2 cup organic rolled oats (The one I use is from Trader Joe’s. It’s gluten free & pictured below.)
Put one peeled banana in a large bowl. Use a fork to smash it up real good.
Crack two eggs and scramble before pouring into bowl with the banana.
Add a half cup of oats.
Mix together and boom! There’s your pancake batter.
I usually use a small measuring cup to scoop the batter out and place into the pan.
You can double, triple and quadruple the recipe to yield more as each batch makes about 4 pancakes.
Optional Add Ins:
I like to cut them into small pieces and dip into syrup. My nieces & nephews tried these without knowing the ingredients and LOVED them!
They will fill you up & leave you feeling satisfied. What more can you ask for? Let me know if you give these a try! You won’t be disappointed!
Silence all notifications so you can focus.
Wear something comfortable and take your socks off. We practice barefoot.
Drop all expectations.
Don't give up. Commit to at least 4 weeks and see how you feel.
No. A yoga mat measures 24 in x 68 inches. You can roll it out next to your bed, in the kitchen, or out back on the lawn! That's the beauty of a yoga practice... You can practice from anywhere!
Privacy of your own space.
Freedom of judgement.
Saves time & money.
We get stronger together.
Power yoga is a dynamic, athletic style of yoga that links poses together in flowing sequences. It emphasizes strength training, flexibility, and balance through the use of challenging poses and continuous movement.
Ang’s philosophy is: we only have 30 or 45 minutes together, so let's work hard! Ang was a personal trainer in her past life so you can expect lots of planks as they create heat in the body and will build a strength you never knew you had.
Unlike meditative forms of yoga, power yoga focuses on strength. It moves fluidly from pose to pose instead of holding static postures. In our style of power yoga, expect lots of planks as they build a TON of full body strength.
Expect a vigorous workout as you flow through sequences of sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, core work, and other challenges. The pace moves fluidly from pose to pose, synchronized with breath. Push-ups, lunges, and other strength moves are common. Get ready to sweat!
Power yoga improves strength, balance, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. It torches calories and tones muscle. The mental focus required also improves discipline and concentration. A consistent practice helps manage stress.
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