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Awesome easy peasy Fettuccine

Nothing easier than a good old plate of yummy pasta. This recipe is not just extremely easy to follow through, but lets you cook a delicious and plentiful fettuccine Stuff you need: 400g of fettuccini 100g of grated Parmegiano-Reggiano cheese 100g of butter (preferably unsalted) Salt (Himalayan or Celtic Sea salt as they maintain all the ingredients that pack health…

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Kids & Nutrition

Our infancy is key in our development because it is during this time that eating habits that might be hard to change later are developed. With the right eating habits and lifestyle, we contribute positively to the development and modelling of the future generation and an improvement in their health, physical and intellectual performance. The right nutrition during infancy is…

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What is Project YOU?

When members start training at Hi Reps Fitness, there is a triangle of main goals all their other goals derive from getting fit, staying healthy & losing stubborn weight. Making room for exercising in a person’s lifestyle and cutting back on unhealthy eating habits can see their weight drop and a much more positive attitude towards their potential as individuals…

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The importance of mobility

Mobility exercises and stretching are essential to guarantee a full warm-up and recovery before an intense body workout. But what exactly is mobility? To put it simply, mobility is the ability to perform functional movement patterns with no restrictions in the range of motion of those movements. We shouldn’t forget that our human body is made to move around. Therefore,…

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Nutritious tofu salad

Tofu salad   Stuff you need: 1 block tofu 4 tbsp cottage cheese 2 tbsp mayonnaise 1 tbsp finely chopped onion 1 tsp cumin 1 tsp poultry seasoning 1 tsp grated garlic Salt & pepper As much finely chopped vegetables of your choice as desired (carrots, peppers, etc.)   Now what? Drain as much of the water from the tofu…