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Easy High Protein Pancakes! 🥞 High protein pancakes using @womensbest Fit Whey protein in Salted Toffee Pretzel 🤤 I’ve been hand mixing my pancake ingredients together for years - like an absolute sucker when this whole time I could have thrown it all into a blender and made delicious super quick pancakes. Ingredients: 1 cup Rolled Oats 1/2 cup Milk (of your choice) 2 Eggs 1 Banana 1 scoop @womensbest Protein Powder 1 tsp Baking Powder Method: 1. Add all Ingredients to blender & blend until smooth 2. Lightly grease pan over medium heat and pour batter to form pancakes (basically we’re looking for circles here) 3. Cook until batter starts to form small bubbles and then flip 4. Cook until golden brown on each side 5. Stack pancakes and top with favourite toppings. I’ve used berries & maple syrup 🥞 Serves 2 ❤️ #womensbest #sponsored

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3 días antes

Save this workout for next time you’re looking to efficiently set your glutes on fire 😂🔥 Wearing @womensbest Power Seamless Shorts & Sports Bra in Black. If you want to shop this look make sure to use my code Dannibelle20 for 20% off at checkout! I don’t spend hours upon hours training. My workouts are usually 45 mins - 1 hour MAX and sometimes I have even less time to train… this day was one of those days. I wanted to share this workout with you because this is how I train when I don’t have time and these are the exercises I prioritise. I don’t rush through my exercises I simply aim to get a nice, well-rounded workout done and choose exercises which don’t require a lot of time to set up. If I’m training glutes I’ll include the 4 main movement patterns: 1. Bridge (Smith Machine Hip Thrusts) 2. Squat (Barbell Back Squats) 3. Abduction (Standing Banded Abduction) 4. Hinge (Supported Single Leg RDLs) WORKOUT 4 SETS 15 x Smith Machine Hip Thrusts (Glute drive or hip thrust machine also a good option as it requires less set up time) (You can add seated abduction here if you prefer it over standing abduction) SUPERSET: 3 SETS 10 x Barbell Squats 15 x Banded Standing Abduction (each side) 3 SETS 10 x Supported Single Leg RDLs (each side) (You can do standard RDLs to save time instead of performing a unilateral exercise but right now I’m LOVING single leg RDLs so don’t @ me)

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4 días antes

Core Workout 🔥 There’s a fair bit of misinformation on social media about ab/core workouts with opinions usually sitting at an extreme of: 1️⃣ Ab workouts are useless and you don’t need to do them to get abs - it’s purely diet 2️⃣ You can just do ab workouts on their own to get abs and to burn extra fat on your stomach The reality is, yes diet plays a huge role in the visibility of your Rectus Abdominis (six pack abs). You have to have a low body fat percentage to have visible abs. You can’t spot reduce & genetics also plays a role in how easily you will be able to see definition as we all carry our weight differently. In saying that you do need to work your abdominal muscles in order to actually create a defined core. If you don’t train the muscle you can create a flat stomach by having a low body fat percentage but you’re not going to automatically have a lot of definition - you don’t instantly become a human cheese grater 😂 So it’s a little bit of column A, a little bit of column B. Ab exercises still play a part in the creation of a “six pack” You build your abs through training & reveal them through your diet. But there are so many benefits to having a strong core that go far beyond the external appeal. Increasing your core strength can assist in stabilising your spine, reducing back pain and reducing risk of injury. Give this lil sesh a try 🔥 3 sets 30 sec work : 15 sec rest 60 sec rest between sets