Sunday’s are for grilling:
It is one thing to grill a few steaks on Sunday for dinner but while you have gone to the trouble, go ahead and prepare extra venison tenderloin, beef steak and chicken so that lunches are packed with at least 30 grams of protein per meal. I like to separate these into microwavable dishes so in the morning, I simply grab and go as I head out the door to work.
P.S. Everyone in the office will be jealous that you are eating steak for lunch every day.
Fire up the skillet:
Take several pounds of ground beef or the last of your ground venison and brown it in the skillet for later use. This makes preparing spaghetti, tacos, sloppy joes, or other casserole dishes for dinner a cinch! We are all busy with work, raising kids and chasing whitetails. Why not make dinner prep easier by having the main ingredient for your supper already complete?
We preach everyday that finding time to exercise will mean you will never exercise. The same goes with meal prepping. My challenge to you this week is to pick a day and pre-cook your protein. We promise that once you start performing this exercise and see the value, it will become part of the process that will help you get and stay #FitToHunt!
What are some additional meal prep tips that you use to boost nutrition and performance?
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