Fitness, Workout

Train Like A Pro

Train Like A Pro Fall’s in full swing and so is your fantasy football team. Don’t spend another year being a couch-coach for your team. Get out there and join them. Sure, you might not get a roster spot, or even be let on the field by the security team, but that doesn’t mean you […]

Food, Health

Hauntingly Healthy Foods

Hauntingly Healthy Foods Packing lunches and snacks for your kids, your spouse, and even yourself can be a chore. However, it is an effective cost saving strategy and allows you to exhibit control over the food that you and your family consume. Sadly, far too many families get by on lunchmeat sandwiches and potato chips, […]

Fitness, Health

ROBERT’S FALL FITNESS TIPS

ROBERT’S FALL FITNESS TIPS You’ve come too far – don’t ease off the throttle now. BY ROBERT IRVINE No one is immune to nature’s instructions. With the onset of fall—and just the slightest bit of chill in the air—comes a natural desire for heavier food and drink and a little more rest. We aren’t cavemen […]

Food, recipe

Chef Irvine’s Famous Pulled Pork

Chef Irvine’s Famous Pulled Pork Slow cooked—and worth the wait. SERVES 6 YOU’LL NEED 1.5 lbs pork tenderloin 2-3 whole cloves 2 tbsp smokey spice seasoning 1 red onion, sliced thin 1 cup water 6 oz bbq sauce Salt and pepper MAKE IT Stud tenderloin with cloves and rub with seasoning blend. Place roast in […]

Fitness, Health, Workout

Back to School Fitness

Back to School Fitness School is no longer out for summer. The kids have gathered their book bags, jumped on the bus, and went on their way to a place of learning. Suddenly, you have time to yourself. You can watch those movies you’ve missed, and do things for yourself that have been pushed down […]

Events, Food

Top 5 Tailgating Tips

Top 5 Tailgating Tips As football season comes to the forefront of our sporting focus, so too does the fun of a great tailgate. You’ve got friends tossing the football, playing cornhole, and talking smack about the rivals for hours – all before you head inside the stadium and watch your team (hopefully) dominate its […]

Food, Health, recipe

ROBERT’S LEMON CHICKEN FRANCAISE

ROBERT’S LEMON CHICKEN FRANCAISE YOU’LL NEED 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 cup all-purpose flour Salt Pepper 2 tbsp grated parmesan cheese 1 tsp chives, fine chop 2 tbsp grapeseed oil ½ cup white wine Juice of 1 lemon 1 tbsp capers (optional) 2 tbsp butter ¼ cup parsley, chopped MAKE IT Place the chicken […]

Newsletter

Choose To Spread Love

Choose To Spread Love Social media is a powerful tool. Are you aware of how you’re using it? By ROBERT IRVINE There isn’t a day that goes by where I’m not posting something to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. I love interacting with fans and there’s never been a better time in history for ease of […]

Health

A VETERAN’S BEST FRIEND

A VETERAN’S BEST FRIEND PTSD and suicide are plaguing America’s veterans, but Valor Service Dogs is fighting back by training and placing companion animals that can really make a difference. BY PAUL ROBERTS For some soldiers who come home, the war never ends. Post-traumatic stress disorder affects somewhere between 11 and 20 percent of veterans of […]

Food, recipe

Cakey Overnight Oats

CAKEY OVERNIGHT OATS YOU’LL NEED 1/3 cup plain Greek yogurt 1/2 cup rolled oats 2/3 cup unsweetened milk of choice 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 chopped Chef Robert Irvine Birthday Cake FITCRUNCH Bar MAKE IT 1) Whisk together all ingredients in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Spoon into a jar with a tight-fitting lid. 2) Close and refrigerate […]