How To Make Every Sunday Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to you if you’re a Dad and celebrating

I won’t lie – I’m sad.

I’m away from my kiddos – and I miss them. Terribly.

(I was on the plane over here to Italy and there was a
family of 6 – 2 parents and 4 kids and the littlest one was
shouting, “Da-da! Da-da!”

Made me miss my little girl who is all about her Daddy
now and runs around the house shouting, “Da-deee!

One of the cool/fun things about Father’s Day is of course
Father’s Day breakfast or brunch.

You get to have all your favorite things:

Maple syrup
Fruit (Wait – how’d that get in here??)

Mmmmm… Ok, don’t get me started…

Unfortunately, eating like that every Sunday is a fast-track
to Fatsville.

Or is it?

My good friend Mikey “Pancakes” Whitfield has come up
with an ingenious way to do just that.

Best part?

Not only can you eat like this every weekend – but it’s a
MUST if you’re trying to drop some extra L-B’s. (Pounds.)

Here’s the scoop.

Happy Father’s Day.

I’m off to teach a “Kettlebell STRONG!” workshop and then
hopefully FaceTime with the family.

Talk soon.


P.S. Speaking of scoops – I had half a kilo (a pound) of gelato
2 nights ago.

Pistachio, hazelnut, coffee, lime, and lemon sorbet.


Yeah, it sounds like a lot because it was.

However, yesterday, I barely ate anything. Didn’t need

Here’s a template that will allow you to do the same.

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