ROD 041911


Tuesday, 19Apr11


Tabata Tuesday

Stay at the station until all 6 rounds are complete.

We’ll rest one minute between each station.

We will go through the entire ROD two times.

Here are the movements…

Go through 20/10 x 6 of each…repeat

  • Overhead jumping lunges
  • Push-ups
  • Box jumps
  • DB Thrusters

On the push-ups, try to lift the body in one unit, do not hyperextend the back…. some of you are not trying enough to improve the movement and are happy with a sloppy push-up.


Meat glue

The industry-wide secret butchers don’t want you to know about: The special product called Meat Glue sticking your steak together. This is something to watch out for when buying foreign meat or when eating out overseas. Who knows it may be happening in the States right now.

Meat gluing practiced by some restaurants

Thu, 14 Apr 2011 7:00p.m.

Unless you’re a vegetarian, or a Hindu, or a cow, there are few things in life as delicious as a perfectly cooked steak.

For the same reasons we grow great milk, New Zealand grows great beef too.

So, when someone told Campbell Live it is becoming common place to glue bits of beef together and sell the result as a lovely, big, single piece of steak, we were incredulous.

Meat gluing – it really happens.

Although, Beef and Lamb New Zealand tells Campbell Live it’s not practiced by our supermarkets.

But it is done by some of our restaurants, and they aren’t telling their patrons they’re doing it.

Would you expect to be told?

Campbell Live investigates the practice of meat gluing – or meat bonding, as it’s sometimes called.