Body Temple Boot Camp
A typical day for me (without a camper to train or feed) might be:
½ cup organic coffee with raw milk, 1-2 cup fruit of some kind, and several slices fresh coconut.
Weight/strength train in the gym for 40-60 minutes.
Today was basic total body with 3 sets of each:
- Dead lifts
- Weighted step ups
- Pull ups
- 1 dumbbell row
- Bench press
- Incline flies
- Military press
- Lateral raises
- Preacher curl
- French press
- Alternating dumbbell curl
- Inch worms and crunches for abs
Off to the Olympic pool in town (some days head to the ocean for open water swimming)
Swim usually 1,600-2,500 yards with a warm up, drills, speed work & stroke work.
Home for lunch which is usually a green protein shake with raw egg, raw milk, spinach or kale, organic whey protein….and whatever else veggie I want to throw in!
I also munch on fresh coconut again (Love the stuff and it is abundant here).
Afternoon I either run through the “raw gym” obstacle course or the Jungle Ninja course we are developing on property….throw in a few more pull-ups, pushups, and squats if I have bursts of energy….or climb the climbing wall.
Afternoon I will usually have a homemade “Toddie” with raw milk and cold pressed coffee and raw honey, also maybe an apple, hand full of nuts or a few jerky sticks from USWellness.
Dinner is usually some steamed veggies and raw meat and fat all on a big bed of mix greens.
Tonight I have raw chicken liver pureed with raw grass fed beef with mustard, honey, and all of the spices to make it taste like braunschweiger pate’.
Desert treat while watching the Olympic Opening Ceremonies tonight….Hmmmm, either Avocado pudding (Avo’s grow all over my property and up the street) or a raw ice cream with papaya.
“Kieba” Dawn Blacklidge - Educated at Purdue University, Kieba became MS Natural California and 2nd in the nation in Drug Free Body-Building, and is the founder of the Body Temple Boot Camp retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii.
She has written 4 books on different types of “Retro Raw” recipes and developed “Grotto Grub” products which are unique organic/raw goodies from the Island.