Mo’ Soup for You! Fran’s Curry Carrot, Sweet Potato & Ginger Soup
Recipe by Invictus Member Fran Schlaefer

Editor’s Note:
Fran has brought enthusiasm and joy to our Point Loma location for just over three months now and we are super excited to have her as a member of our community. She always shows up with a positive attitude and push to reach her health and fitness goals. It’s been impressive to watch her develop in the time she’s been with us – not only in her fitness but also in her confidence and friendships.

Mother and daughter duo, Shanna (left) and Maelee (right) McCarron.

Mo’ Soup for You! Turkey Pumpkin Chili
Recipe by Invictus Member Shanna McCarron

*Editor’s note:
Shanna is one of our happiest members and is a regular at our Point Loma location’s 7pm class along with her high school aged daughter, Maelee. They attend class together as a way to spend healthy, quality time with each other. Even though Shanna has been battling a hip injury lately, she hasn’t let it stop her from getting in her workouts. When she’s with us at the gym,

Mo’ Soup for You! M’s Bone Broth
Written by Michele Vieux

Since we are entering my favorite time of the year – soup season – we will be featuring soup recipes on this blog on many-a-weekend for the next couple months in a series called Mo’Soup for You!

This first post is for broth, the base of any soup. But this isn’t your ordinary broth, it’s healthy and nutritious bone broth which can be used not only as the base of your favorite soup(s) but also as a meal replacement or snack on it’s own.

Do You Have Chronic Snacksidents?
Written By Cat Blatner

Are you having a hard time losing weight? Maybe you have been struggling to rid yourself of those last few pounds and you are convinced that your diet is perfectly on point. It’s time to really evaluate your caloric intake and make sure you aren’t having a snacksident problem.

Snack-si-dent
noun

An unfortunate snack that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in extra junk in the trunk or other areas of soft adipose tissue accumulation.

Do You Have Chronic Snacksidents?
Written By Cat Blatner

Are you having a hard time losing weight? Maybe you have been struggling to rid yourself of those last few pounds and you are convinced that your diet is perfectly on point. It’s time to really evaluate your caloric intake and make sure you aren’t having a snacksident problem.

Snack-si-dent
noun

An unfortunate snack that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in extra junk in the trunk or other areas of soft adipose tissue accumulation.