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Chicken Katsu with Creamy Slaw

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Chicken Katsu with Creamy Slaw Recipe
Chicken Katsu with Creamy Slaw
This crispy Japanese chicken recipe comes complete with a creamy warm slaw on the side. Serve with steamed brown rice or buckwheat soba noodles to round out the meal. We like to use chicken cutlets made with dark-meat chicken thighs—they have more than twice the immune-boosting zinc of white-meat chicken breasts.

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Paprika Chicken Thighs with Brussels Sprouts

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Paprika Chicken Thighs with Brussels Sprouts Recipe
Paprika Chicken Thighs with Brussels Sprouts
In this healthy chicken recipe, paprika-rubbed chicken thighs are nestled into Brussels sprouts and shallots and roasted on a sheet pan in the oven for an easy, healthy dinner. As the chicken thighs roast, the garlicky drippings flavor the Brussels sprouts and shallots. Delicious one-pan cooking! Smoked paprika adds a touch of smoky flavor—look for it at well-stocked supermarkets or in the bulk-spice section at natural-foods markets. Regular paprika can be used in its place, but doesn’t add the hint of smoke.

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Basic boxing guide

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Boxing can be integrated into various exercise genres including cardio, HIIT, plyometric, reflex training and stamina training. Reap the benefits of this all-rounder with Tiffanee Cook, Boxing Trainer from Fightfit Boxing Centre’s boxing basics.

 

It is important that before starting a boxing workout, your body, joints and muscles are nice and warm. The best way to do this is a boxing-specific warm-up: e.g. shadow-boxing.

 

When shadow-boxing, make sure you move around, keeping your boxing stance with light feet; remember to “float like a butterfly”. As you do this, throw punches such as jabs, crosses and hooks. Start slowly and pick up the pace and intensity as you feel your body warming up.

Shadow-boxing/sparring is often done in front of a mirror, which enables you to check that your stance is on cue and hands are up. 

More advanced punches such as the rip and the upper cut require good timing and a strong core. Alternatively, visit https://www.youtube.com.

 

1. Stance

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Stand with feet approximately shoulder-width apart with your preferred back leg roughly 30 cm back. Keep light on your feet with your back heel off the ground to help you float around the bag/ring. Staying flat-footed will make you slow and an easy target! Keep your knees slightly bent.

2. Cross 

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The stronger straight punch using the back hand. This is most boxers’ power punch.

3. Jab

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This is a straight punch using the front hand. Often used as a set-up punch for the stronger backhand, to measure distance or in some rare cases as a power shot. 

4. Hook 

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The hook can be thrown by either hand and is executed by twisting the hips and shoulders quickly as your hand comes around to strike the side of the bag (or in your imagination, your opponent’s jaw).

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