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by David Garland in David's Blog, Health & Fitness

Ingredients:
1 sweet potato
1 scoop chocolate protein OR unsweetened cocoa powder (with one scoop vanilla protein)
1 Tbs of peanut butter

Protein Shakes & SnacksThis recipe is from Kim Murgatroyd’s Protein Shakes & Snacks ebook (affiliate). Also, make sure to check out her digital cookbook Holy Sh*t: Delicious Recipes To Keep You Fit (affiliate). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

 

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  • hilarious, entertaining, and informational! Can’t wait to try this. Is there a lot of cholesterol in that protein powder?

    • David Siteman Garland

      Matt – Thanks so much. Here to help. I don’t believe so, but perhaps Kim can interject there. I believe you can find the label on BodyBuilding.com. Beverly Protein Powder.

  • loved the entertaining presentation…3 ingredients? I’m so trying this tonight

  • Looks like a pretty healthy snack!

  • PK

    David,

    What’s happening here ?

    You’re doing it again.

    I’m really pleased that you’ve had a great result from your health & body turnaround effort –
    but – ( I know you’re saying this is ‘on top’ of the new ‘mediapreneur’ centric site )
    I’m totally getting confused again as to who & what you are and what RISE is all about – and what you’re truly passionate about )

    But I don’t visit your site for health tips or to see your personal body victories ( I really do support you with them – but that’s your ‘personal’ agenda & it really doesn’t help or interest me )

    I’m still trying to come to terms with your ‘new hair’ ( which I prefer to the ‘old hair btw ) but I can’t see how you can keep the old ‘slick’ Dave on your header – yet everything we see for  a while now is ‘the new you’ )

    David – I’m a fan – seen all shows ( apart from the sport/body ones ) bought the book and although I just simply left after the Kickboxing era – I came back as soon as you said you were coming back to focus on what I’d originally come to your site for.

    A few episodes later – in comes the body/health stories again. They don’t interest me –
    and I just don’t know who/what you are any more.

    You have to focus on one thing and do it really well – as you always did.

    Now I’m not sure what I’m going to get when I come to your site or get my email updates.
    Times too short – there’s too many other sites that are competing for my time –

    I’d reduced it to Mixergy, TWIST & RISE as the best of the crop for my needs –

    I used to never want to miss a RISE – now I just don’t get your brand –
    Mixergy & TWIST always spot on the money and you know exactly what you’re getting & they don’t disappoint – was the same with RISE (pre sportsfan era )
    but now I’m back to – I can’t quite figure this guy’s site out anymore – or it’s too hard to fit in with his changing focus. So of my 3 top sites – yours has dropped back to a bad third.

    I really don’t want to offend you as I love your shows when they have the content you promised & when you’re pumping.

    But the mix of subjects is just confusing & it’s starting to get to too hard to try and keep up with where you’re at.

    I really don’t want to know about healthshakes or recipes or muscles & weight loss –
    there are so many sites covering those subjects.

    I feel really bad saying all this shit – because I love your site and can see how enthusiastic you are about the success of your hard work ( & I congratulate you )

    But it’s starting to just get too hard again to figure out exactly where your focus is.

    So – for the 2nd period – as soon as I see anything re health/bodies from you – I just go off to visit Andrew & Jason etc.

    I wish you well & I’ll come back when I’m clear you’re – really – back & focused
    Sorry about my repetition – don’t have time to go back & edit –  just couldn’t stop typing after watching ‘how to make a healthy snack’.

    Whatever you do – wish you well.

    PK

    • David Siteman Garland

      Hi PK – First of all thanks for taking the time to write out your thoughtful comment. A few thoughts:

      1. First of all there will be a new header soon with the new hair, lol.

      2. I get what you are saying, but as mentioned I will be doing interviews/content focused around online business at least twice a week. I plan on doing Fitness Fridays for awhile because it has been massively requested and a passion of mine. On the blog (bonus videos, stuff like the recipe), I try to focus on often on this site is lessons that I’ve learned that I want to share. Often business, sometimes not.

      Either way wish you good luck in the future!

      -D

      • PK

        Ok smooth talker.
        I’m not really leaving RISE. I’ll just enjoy the business stuff as it comes through –
        and watch the continuation of the incredible hulk transformation.
        Anyway – how could I leave now – just when there’s a ‘new hair’ header coming.
        Good luck with your new format.  P

        • David Siteman Garland

          LOL, PK. Let me promise a couple of things:

          #1: No new format, other than adding in Fitness Fridays. Everything else will be biz. I did the cooking vid just for a little fun. If there are ones like it, it will be on Friday. 🙂

          #2: Actually I plan on adding even more biz content (additional blog posts and some other goodies all based on zero fluff).

          #3: You definitely bring up the aspect of brand, and I agree with you. Still after all these years, working on a concrete identity if that makes sense. I’d argue that the identity is really around “no fluff” …meaning stories and insights from people (myself included) who are do-ers as opposed to theory peeps and talkers.

    • Justin King

      I think it goes great with being at the top of the game and being awesome. I originally found this site through the sporty/fight week interviews, though I enjoy the marketing interviews more.

      What was it Richard Branson said when asked “How do you become more productive?” He said “Work out.”

      • David Siteman Garland

        Good points, Justin and I see what PK is saying of course, but I’m in that boat as well. Without being healthy = everything else is hard to do.

    • David Siteman Garland

      PK this is for you 🙂
      How Successful Mediapreneurs Monetize Their Blogs, Podcasts and Web Shows http://bit.ly/p2WZzR
      🙂

      • PK

        Thanks D, Most appreciated ! P.

      • PK

        Thanks D, Most appreciated ! P.

      • PK

        D, Very useful & helpful collection !  Good stuff.  P.

  • Justin King

    When would you eat this? Only post workout?

    sweet potatoes and sweetened protein powder don’t even fit in my Slow Carb “4 Hour Body” diet. 🙂

    • David Siteman Garland

      Justin – In that case..never 🙂 LOL. On the plan I follow, it is good to have a few different times. (usually before dinner)

  • Pat

    Any thoughts on using almond butter for this recipe? I replaced PB with AB for everything – wondering if it might mess up this recipe though. 

    And as for all of your recent “about the body” type posts, I think they are very relevant to your overall message. Richard Branson even has said that his #1 tip for productivity is to work out. Since going through a body transformation myself recently, I can definitely back that up 100%. 

    • David Siteman Garland

      Pat – I’ve replaced it a few times and it is definitely great either way (I’m also a big almond butter fan!).

      Definitely, Pat. Appreciate the kind words. My thought now is to create some content on Fridays periodically (Fitness Fridays) and then perhaps move that to a new mini site, iTunes, etc.

 

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