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Dark Chocolate Chia Pudding

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 16 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: To remove the bitterness of certain greens such as kale, let them sit in a bowl of ice cold water. Let them sit for about an hour before removing for the best outcome! Training Tip: If you don't already place stretching p...

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DEAD BALLS – Develop mid-line strength

By: Again Faster Australia   On: 12 June 2017

We caught up with Nick Scott from CrossFit Langwarrin who told us how dead balls have helped develop his mid-line strength and carried over into all other areas of his training. What piece of equipment are you loving at the moment? I’ve been e...

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CHAOS Pairs – Powered by Again Faster

By: Again Faster Australia   On: 9 June 2017

Nick Scott from CrossFit Langwarrin and Will Sartori from CrossFit Rosebud will be running the inaugural Chaos Pairs CrossFit competition at CrossFit Rosebud on Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 8 AM - 4 PM. Sign up your team here: http://www.wo...

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Bang Bang Shrimp

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 8 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: When sautéing onions, add a pinch of baking soda. It will bring the browning on faster and literally half the cooking time. On a side note, baking soda is also great for neutralising stomach acids. We recommend adding into y...

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Kettlebells: Strength Tools That Anyone Can Use

By: Again Faster   On: 2 June 2017

Kettlebells are awesome strength training tools that anyone can use. They're easy to use when you first start training, you can move on to more advanced movements as you get a bit more comfortable with them, and you can end up doing highly technical c...

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Crispy Vegetable Cakes

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 1 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Massage kale before using it in your salads. Massaging the kale leaf before eating it gives it a rich,full taste. It also softens the leaves up making them less rubbery and nicer to have in the salad. Training Tip: Scale ...

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Cottage Pie

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 18 May 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Store fresh herbs as you would a bunch of flowers. Place in a vase on the bench. Replace the water daily and prune any dying leaves/strands. This will make your fresh herbs last 2-3 times longer then if left in the fridge. ...

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Paleo Italian Meatballs

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 12 May 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Avoid making a purple sticky, stained, mess when trying to separate the fruit from the skin with a pomegranate. Simply cut the fruit in half and leave it to soak in a bowl of water. The fruit will rise while the skin sinks. ...

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Coffee Cake Banana Bread

By: Juli Bauer   On: 4 May 2017

Say what?? I want to eat this all day. No seriously. I almost did yesterday. After the boyfriend and I found out we couldn’t come to a conclusion (on buying a couch), we headed to brunch. Around 3. I was starving. Hangry. After a couple mimosas, I ...

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Chicken and Leek Pie with Cauliflower and Crust

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 20 April 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Start your day off with a large glass of filtered water with half a lemon and a pinch of Himalayan rock salt. This will alkalise your body and help to reduce inflammation. Training Tip: Plateauing with your lifts? Try u...

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Tomato Sauce and Poached Egg Tapas Style

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 6 April 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Fire up the fry pan to a medium heat & with no oil throw your dry herbs in (obviously one flavour at a time). This wakes the dry herbs up and releases there natural oils. In short it makes your paprika taste more paprika-y. ...

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BLT Bites

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 30 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: After your weekly food preparation cook up, be sure to let your cooked food temperature drop before placing in the fridge. Even with a good container it will drop the temperature of the fridge which promotes mold.... Yuc...

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Balsamic Braised Lamb Shanks

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 23 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Fire up the fry pan to a medium heat & with no oil throw your dry herbs in (obviously one flavour at a time). This wakes the dry herbs up and releases there natural oils. In short it makes your paprika taste more paprika-y. ...

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Breakfast Paleo Pizza

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 16 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tips: To get the most out of your kiwi fruit, chop the end with the stem off (Only chop as far as you need to as you don't want to lose too much flesh. Take a teaspoon and push it down the side of the kiwi, between the skin and the...

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Beef Bone Broth

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 9 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tips: Stock up on cheap cuts of meat and bones and create your own bone broth. Turkey and chicken necks and boney beef cuts are perfect! Roast and freeze then use as and when needed! Training Tip: Strengthen your obliques! These...

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Chocolate-Dipped Coconut Marshmallow Puffs

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 2 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tips: Make peeling boiled eggs 100x easier by adding salt to the water before you boil them.1 tsp is all you need for the magic to happen. HAPPY PEELING! Training Tip: Try new sports, new skills, new apparatus, new stimulus regu...

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CrossFit Open 2017: 3, 2, 1 Go!

By: Again Faster AU/NZ   On: 21 February 2017

The CrossFit Open is one of the largest community sporting events in the world. Almost 325,000 people participated in 2016, with even more expected in 2017. Australians and New Zealanders have continued to punch above their weight, throug...

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Seared Duck Breasts with Blood Oranges

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 16 February 2017

RECIPE OF THE WEEK SEARED DUCK BREASTS WITH BLOOD ORANGES Cooking Tip: Place your salad greens in a resealable plastic bag with paper towel in the fridge. The paper towel will soak up excess moisture and will keep the greens crisp and ...

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Power Racks | The Ultimate Training Base

By: Adam Lesniak   On: 2 February 2017

If you’ve ever trained with a good Power Rack , you’ll know how much they can benefit you. And if you’re looking to buy a Power Rack, your mind is probably 80% already made up that you are going to get one. This article will give you that extra 20% of...

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