At what point can someone call themselves an athlete? After they win something other than a finisher’s medal or a personal best award? After a coach calls them such, as if knighting them with a PVC pipe? Or is someone an athlete simply by giving their all when participating in a sport. Is a participant, Read More
You will need a large crockpot for this and a fine chunk of meat! This recipe is an oldie but a goodie from Paleospirit.com. If you’re cooking it for the week, just dump the meat back into the pot with the sauce and let it soak up all that goodness!
Some of the ingredients are below. Get the full recipe here:
Dry Rub Ingredients:
2 tablespoons ancho chile powder
2 tablespoons course sea salt
1 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon dry mustard
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
For the pork:
1 (7-9 pound) pork roast, either shoulder or butt
1/4 cup water
John Wooden has an amazing TEDTalk, not surprisingly, on the difference between winning and succeeding. His main point, “Never try to be better than someone else.” It’s about being your best.
Check it out here.
Rest days are important. Your body needs to recovery. If you overtrain, your performance with suffer and, more importantly, you risk injury. So sit back and lounge for time. You can do so while reading more about overtraining and other common mistakes here.