WELCOME TO THE NEW YOU MAGAZINE
Our goal is to make Barcelona Bootcamp the first week of the rest of your life and we want you to leave here with more than just memories. When the week is over, we hope you’ll spend some time here for articles, advice, motivation, recipes, diet information and more. And just as you will continue to develop as a person, we will continue to develop the Barcelona Bootcamp network.
When body builder Jack Lalane opened his ﬁrst health club in Oakland, California in 1936, he was called a “nut”. His combination of nutritional advice, weight training, and calisthenics were unheard of at the time. But, soon he had a national exercise program on TV that ran a full 34 years turning him into a
Ingredients: 180 gr chicken breast per person Seasonal vegetables such as mushrooms, asparagus, bell peppers and fennel. 1 pomegranate 500 gr rocket lettuce 2 oranges 1 tsp olive oil 50 gr shallots 1 tsp honey 1 tsp mustard Fresh rosemary and thyme 2 garlic cloves Apple vinegar Preparation: Place the chicken breast in a vacuum
As the days get shorter and the sunlight more scarce, many people experience winter time blues or, in scientiﬁc terms: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Fatigue, oversleeping, cravings for carbs, lack of motivation – we’ve all experienced it at one time or another. Aside from moving to Spain or Hawaii, what can we do to feel
There’s an old story about a caterpillar. When she transformed into a butterﬂy, the other caterpillars spoke not of her beauty, her grace, her colours, her remarkable personal transformation. They spoke of her weirdness. She was so different, so strange, so unlike them – they wanted her to change back. The butterﬂy was surprised and
Spicy pumpkin soup with ginger and curcuma topped with toasted sunﬂower and pumpkin seeds. Ingredients: 1 pumpkin 2 onions 3 carrots 3 garlic cloves 1 spicy chilli Thyme 100 gr fresh grated ginger 1 tsp curcuma powder 1.5 litre chicken or vegetable stock Preparation Cut the onions, carrots, garlic and spicy chilli into small
When Glenn Cunningham was 13, his legs were badly burned in an explosion. There was talk of amputation and little hope that he would ever walk again. But this was a boy with an iron will. Ten years later, after countless thousands of hours of painful therapy and exercise, he was not only walking, but