Shrimp to Go

While I managed to dodge the fresh baked pastries, dixie cups of trail mix, and crunchy dried apple slices (I did contemplate this one!), I couldn’t pass by the sample of Garlic-Cilantro Shrimp.  I was pleasantly surprised with the yummy flavor and texture–and immediately concocted a few meals in my head while waiting in the check out line.

Here is what I came up with! 

Shrimp and Avo salad with Tomatoes

1/2 cup Garlic-Cilantro shrimp, cut in thirds

1/2 avocado, cubed

Handful of baby tomatoes, halved

2 pieces of cooked bacon, crumbled

Juice from 1/2 lime

Yum!  I had this for lunch or dinner three days in a row.  I think adding a hard boiled egg would be a nice addition too. 

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Natalie Taylor has been participating in sports and fitness activities for over 25 years. She was both a competitive gymnast and swimmer and these activities led into coaching jobs as she earned her degree in physical education. Natalie is a graduate of the Chico State teaching credential program and has been teaching physical education or coaching for nearly 20 years. She has coached both High School and Junior High Volleyball, and the Cross Country and Track and Field intramural program at the local junior high school. Her interest in running and triathlons as well as her background in gymnastics create a superior combination for clients wanting a balanced workout of endurance and strength or clients interested in supplementing their endurance activities with much needed power/speed training and oft neglected flexibility. Finding time for fitness isn’t always easy—however, in just one hour with Natalie you will work multi-joint strength development, speed, stamina and flexibility. What keeps clients coming back? Every session is unique, so boredom never stands a chance! Natalie holds her NSCA CPT, as well as a variety of Cross Fit certifications. Natalie will help to make fitness a functional and successful part of your life.

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