So I finally managed to shrink the “Q & A video” to fit here on Tumblr..
Sorry for looking so tired, but I just got done working 5 night shifts in a week and we had a huge flood here… So, lots of calls and no sleep!
Anyways, hope the video is okay.. Let me know if you guys like this set up or not…
Good night everyone!
Went to one of the outdoor gyms this eveing.. Unfortunately it seems to be used more as a playground than a gym, but oh well…
Just wanted to share one of my favourite ab-exercises with you.. I start off by doing 10-15 hanging leg raises, followed by 10-15 straight legged partials.. Really focus on hitting that sweet spot with the partials, your lower abs will feel like they´re on fire ;)
Try it and let me know how it goes…
Just got back from a gym session, full body workout..
Recorded the Q & A earlier, I’ll just edit it real quick and post it.. :)
Now that’s what I call a Sunday dinner :)
Tofu/veggie kebabs and chickpea burgers served with broccoli with homemade cashew mayonnaise..
Not too shabby ;)
The magic that is water!
Yesterday I went to a party, it’s a Swedish tradition called “kräftskiva”.. At these parties you drink nubbe, but you guys would probably call em shots..
When you spend an afternoon/evening drinking shots you tend to feel not great the next day ;) That’s why I drink a lot(!!) of water during the night and before bed.. Woke up feeling fine, and even my hair rewarded me by not looking like it usually does.. If you’ve followed me for a while you know that my hair hates me.. but this is actually 100% unaltered ;)
Anyways, gonna spend the morning drinking even more water, have some overnight oats and then hit the gym!
Have a good Sunday everyone :)
Overnight oats tutorial!
1. Mash up a banana.
2. Mix up the banana with something sweet (I used honey) and some dairy free milk (I used almond milk).
3. Add steel cut oats until it’s just covered by the liquid.
4. Let it sit in the fridge overnight, and Tadaaa!!
Try it :)
…because soaking the oats, in the simplest terms, makes them more easily digestible by the body. You also don’t require the addition of heat when you make them this way, which helps to maintain all of the essential vitamins and minerals in each individual ingredient that you add.
In addition to this, they’re just so darn easy to make: soak your oats in a non-dairy milk of your choice, add a little sweetener, mashed banana, fresh fruit, chia seeds, chopped nuts, cacao, or whatever goodies you prefer, and leave them in the fridge overnight to soak. They’ll be good to go by morning, and will last a few days in the fridge.
Breakfast of champions!
Coffee, some fruit, overnight banana/maple syrup oats & dairy free scones!
So good, and so good for you!!
Do you guys know why overnight oats are better for you than regular?