February 2017

Add Flavor, Not Calories


The New Year has many of us taking a look at our eating habits and shifting our focus to healthier, simpler foods that have fewer calories. But “better for you” doesn’t have to mean bland! Small additions can make a big impact when it comes to boosting the flavor and texture of healthier foods. A [...]

Add Flavor, Not Calories2017-02-09T14:10:30+00:00

December 2016

5 ways to fail miserably at changing your diet


Now that the holidays have come and gone, and we’ve all overindulged in cookies and other not-so-good-for-you holiday habits, you might be thinking about a way to “get back on track” in the New Year. While there’s no better time to reassess your goals and dietary habits than now, it’s most important to make sure [...]

5 ways to fail miserably at changing your diet2016-12-28T10:14:25+00:00

July 2016

Bring a friend day


Bring a friend night is back and its going down on Thursday July 28th. All classes are free to try that day.   Our member referral program will be starting in August. For every member you refer to the gym that joins (completing our 101), you receive a free month at Shatter! Be sure to [...]

Bring a friend day2016-07-12T14:26:59+00:00

March 2016

Meal Prep: Shrimp Stack


Shrimp is PACKED with protein! For every 100 grams of shrimp, you get to crush 24g of protein! I knew I had pinned this recipe and even with a smart phone in my hand I neglected to gather all the necessary ingredients to follow it exactly. I remembered colors- white (rice), pink (shrimp) and green [...]

Meal Prep: Shrimp Stack2016-03-20T12:37:30+00:00

February 2016

Meal Prep: Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner


Sheet pan dinner is the new trend on Pinterest, and we can see why. They're so simple, its stupid! This one was quick and easy- four ingredients and roughly 45 minutes. Ingredients: 4 large carrots, peeled 1 lb. red potatoes, halved 1/4 cup KRAFT Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing, divided 4 small bone-in chicken breasts (2 lb.) 2 [...]

Meal Prep: Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner2016-02-15T21:54:24+00:00

Meal Prep: Deviled Eggs with Avocado


Deviled Eggs are one of the easiest foods on the planet to make! This time around we opted to add some avocado and decrease the mayo. Here's why: Compare 100g of Mayo to 100g of Avocado: Mayo Avocado 680 Calories 160 Calories 1g Protein 2g Protein 75g Fat 15g Fat 0.6 Carbs 9g Carbs Avocado [...]

Meal Prep: Deviled Eggs with Avocado2016-02-03T22:13:24+00:00

January 2016

Meal Prep: Quick Chicken Salad


Quick and easy seems to be most popular (and I don't blame you). This chicken salad will come together quickly so you can get on with your busy life. Minimal ingredients and minimal time needed to get it done. And its TASTY!! :) Ingredients: Ready to Go Rotisserie Chicken (you know, the kind that's already [...]

Meal Prep: Quick Chicken Salad2016-01-23T13:14:44+00:00

Meal Prep: Breakfast Quiche


Quiche is defined as "a baked flan or tart with a savory filling thickened with eggs". My idea of a breakfast quiche is simply tossing an omelet into a pie dish, with or without a crust and popping it into the oven. Breakfast quiche can be eaten cold, reheated in a pan, a toaster oven, [...]

Meal Prep: Breakfast Quiche2016-01-17T12:25:20+00:00

Meal Prep: Granola Bars


Granola Bars are a quick, easy snack that can be packed with good things! I made two batches-one with almonds/almond butter for Shane, and one with peanuts/peanut butter for me. For the "extras", I chose dried cranberries, sunflower seeds and pepitas, and I didn't add any flavoring. The site also suggests popping the oats and nuts [...]

Meal Prep: Granola Bars2016-01-10T20:35:37+00:00

Meal Prep: Swedish Meatballs


This week's Meal Prep gets the crockpot back out for Swedish Meatballs. My mom and I share a love for cookbooks. She had given me Joy of Cooking before I went to college, and its gotten good use! When Shane and I were planning our Christmas Eve menu, we were thinking small bites, and he [...]

Meal Prep: Swedish Meatballs2016-01-02T11:06:45+00:00