Categorized as: Food & Nutrition

Recipe of the Week – Hunters Stew

Here’s a scrumptious recipe for a classic, Hunters Stew!


  • 2lbs cubed beef
  • 2 handfuls fresh blueberries
  • 2 baby carrots, sliced in half lengthwise
  • Butter
  • Coconut oil for frying
  • Salt/pepper/oregano/garlic powder
  • 1 large onion, sliced in semi circles
  • Optional: Red wine and Worcestershire sauce


  1. Brown the beef in coconut oil, and put on a medium simmer with the onions while that all softens up.
  2. Throw in the seasoning, followed by the carrots. Add half a cup of red wine, and a splash of Worcestershire sauce. Add enough water so the meat is mostly covered.
  3. Let this all stew for about 30mins on a medium heat.
  4. Add the berries in the last ten minutes, with a teaspoon of butter to coat.
  5. When the carrots are fork tender, serve!


It’s all about H2O…

To determine the right amount of water intake per day, we use the well known coach Charles Poloquin’s formula, which is body weight times .7.

For example a person weighing 180lb would need 126 oz/day, or just under a gallon/day (180 times .7 = 126). If you’re training on a particular day, you then need to add on to this formula. For most people the body sweats 4.5 ounces of water for every 100 calories you expend in exercise.

During our typical sessions you will burn between 390-460 calories (depending on your bodyweight), so it is recommended you consume between 18 to 23 ounces of water during a workout to stay hydrated. Add this on top of the formula on workout days, and youll have your daily fluid intake!

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