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Walk and Talk at Box Hill

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Sunday the 7th of February

Box Hill on the North Downs

Leaving Warwickshire College at 7am returning by around 5.30pm

We will be covering around 12 miles over 6 hours, a nice and steady pace, to take in some of the best countryside England has to offer. Bring a healthy lunch, water and a warm drink if you can. You will preferably need to wear good walking shoes/boots as it is likely to be muddy in places.

I have 2 spaces left in my van. First come first serve.

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Stair Pyramids

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Stair Pyramids.

A simple exercise you can do at home. You can do 10 mins or an hour. Whatever you have time for.

Pick an exercise, for example, press ups. Start at the bottom of the stairs and do 1 press up. walk up the stairs and do 2 press ups at the top, walk back down and 3 and so on until you get to 10. Then bring the quantity of press ups back down the pyramid. 9 at the bottom, 8 at the top, 7 at the bottom, and so on until your back to 1 press up.

Rest for a couple of minutes and then pick a different exercise.

Here are a list of a few exercises for you to choose from:-

  • Press ups
  • Sit ups
  • Squats
  • burpees
  • Lunges
  • Star jumps
  • Squat thrusts
  • T-rolls
  • Russian twists
  • Penguin crunches
  • Drop squats
  • Tuck jumps
  • Increase a plank 5 seconds a time up to a minute and back down
  • Increase scissor kicks 5 seconds a time
  • Increase a wall sit by 5 seconds a time

I believe an average pyramid will take 10ish minutes. Pick 4 exercises and you have an hours exercise with a warm up, a few 2 minutes rest periods and a stretch.

Enjoy.

 

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Banana Pancakes

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Breakfast idea

Banana Pancakes with a dollop of natural yogurt and some hot berries.

Eggs 3

Banana 1 ( always at a ratio of 3 eggs to 1 banana. 6 eggs – 2 bananas)

Couple of table spoons of natural yogurt (not MND, But its nice for a Sunday morning Breaky)

A  hand full of frozen berries

 

Blend the eggs and the banana together

Slowly heat the berries

A dab of butter in a small frying pan

Poor in a enough of the mixture to just cover the base of the pan (or around 5-6 inch circle in a big pan)

After a minute or so check underneath to see if its starting to brown and flip it over.

Repeat. Job done

Add a couple of spoons of yogurt and some of the hot berries.

 

You could also add a bit of honey to the mixture or some dried fruit (raisins/sultanas)

 

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