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The Runners and Bikers
 Runners
Mind – Gym week has been a fun, and we couldn’t get to everyone, but if there is one group of folks we are not going to let off the hook without a little fun, it’s the runners and bikers. I just have one question for them both, “What’s up with the shorts?” Runners need theirs short and silky, and the bikers need them tight and padded. I know, I can hear the posts now about how I just don’t understand and both are for pure function. I am all about function, but how about the leg-shaving thing as well? Wind resistance and road rash I know.  Or maybe the Navy’s back at the Tail Hook thing again…too soon? Probably. In all seriousness though, these are two disciplines that take a lot of serious cardio training to be competitive at. A little blood doping helps too…also too soon? Yes! Let me finish up by saying LIKEAFIGHTERPILOT seeks balance when it comes to training. Too much cardio is not good for G tolerance, and no cardio means you will exhaust yourself by the end of your first two defensive fighter maneuvers. Same thing goes for life, seek balance and work some cardio and strength resistance training. Next week we will cover fighter pilot traditions.  Cheers, check six and God Bless.
AJAX
Lance Armstrong
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Body – Rest
Lisa Horseback
Rapelling
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Recipe of the Day 
 Peanut Noodles
Peanut Chicken and Noodles with Lettuce Wraps and Rice
1 1/2 pounds of boneless chicken breasts, cooked then sliced
4 oz of soba noodles
1 head of Napa cabbage, shredded, 4 cups
2 scallions, thinly sliced
3 tsp. sesame oil
1/2 cup Skippy natural chunk peanut butter
2 Tbsp. low sodium soy sauce
2 Tbsp. rice vinegar
2 Tbsp. water
Salt and pepper to taste
1 head of Butter Lettuce
2 cups of favorite rice
1. Assemble all ingredients. Cook 2 cups of your favorite rice in rice cooker.
2. Wash, dry, and prepare all produce. Separate whole leaves of butter lettuce for wraps and set aside.
3. Cook noodles according to package directions; run under cool water and drain.
4. Dry chicken, salt and pepper, cook over medium-high heat until done, about 8 minutes then slice and set aside.
5. In a large bowl whisk together, peanut butter, soy, vinegar, water, and oil.  Add chicken, noodles, cabbage and scallions; stir to evenly cover all ingredients.
6. Serve with lettuce wraps or, you can put on top of rice.
Serves 8
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Spirit – Mathew 10:30 “And even the very hairs of your head are numbered.”
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