lick my peanut butter balls

1 Jar natural peanut butter (organic is always best)

½ Cup ground flax seeds (flax meal)

3 Scoops Chocolate Protein

Mix all the ingredients in a big bowl. Make sure you include the oil from the peanut butter, or replace it with an equivalent amount of flax seed oil. It should create a big dough-like lump. Pinch off a little bit and roll it into a ball about half the size of a walnut or so. It should make 30 -40 balls. Place all the balls on a cookie sheet and stick it in the freezer. This is so they do not stick together. After an hour or so you can transfer them to a plastic container and store in your freezer. One or two after dinner hits the spot. Enjoy.

See you in Arizona…

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Brandon is passionate about individual fitness, both mental and physical. From personal experience he has learned the role challenges play in our self improvement process and now brings this concept to his clients in a safe and controlled manner. Once a member of the Santa Monica S.W.A.T. team and an avid cyclist, Brandon experienced a career ending injury that forced him to leave law enforcement altogether and almost abandon the sport that had served as an outlet and a marker of personal achievement. In the end, Brandon found himself not only faced with the challenges of physical recovery but also the challenge of finding a new vocation. His love of cycling and commitment to health and wellness kept him focused as he battled through physical rehabilitation and ultimately lead him to his current career. Brandon did not abandon his sport; rather he channeled his energy through his training and triumphed. Along the way he discovered that others could benefit from the lessons he learned and now he has found his way back to a healthy body and a strong career in physical fitness. Brandon has also re-established himself as a professional athlete in the competitive cycling arena. He continues to race mountain bikes and a mere one year after his last surgery he ranked in the top 10 statewide. He brings compassion, understanding and a wealth of technical knowledge to his clients with regard to sports injury and over-all physical training practices. Brandon "has been there" and he truly cares about the well being of the people with whom he works. Brandon’s background includes an impressive portfolio of both physically and mentally taxing positions which require extreme conditioning. His qualifications are as follows: ? Former police officer ? Former S.W.A.T. team member ? Honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corp ? Certified Personal Trainer, NASM ? Certified Core Specialist, NESTA ? Certified Spinning Instructor, Star 3 JGSI ? Certified Boot Camp instructor, NESTA Brandon’s journey has culminated in his co-founding of Physical Adventures, an organization dedicated to bettering the self image of program participants through carefully selected and guided fitness regimes.

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  1. sedrik on March 22, 2007
    i like my balls covered in peanut butter and honey... mmmm good.
  2. Priscilla on March 24, 2007
    Yum! Thankz 4 the recipe. :D
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