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Le Macaron


The macaron, perfected in France, has a long history dating back centuries in Europe. Macarons are small round cakes that fit in the palm of your hand. They are lightly crisp on the outside, smooth and creamy in the center, filled with ganache (chocolate), rich cream, home-made fruit jams or other quality ingredients.


Each season and month, new flavors will be introduced to complement the collection. Dine in or take - out, gift boxes, favor boxes, and custom orders are available.


Like more information please contact: 941.552.8872. GET YOUR ENGINES GOING


Multiplanar Movements are exercises that ensure you are moving in all dimensions (Forward and Back, Side to Side, and Rotation). Why do you want to do this? By choosing exercises that move your body in all directions you will be increasing your fat loss results exponentially.


Let’s say you wanted to train your legs and butt. A typical Leg Press machine would just have you working in the Forward and Back direction. But what if you chose to do a Squat instead? Here’s how you could hit all directions:


1. Basic Squat – Feet shoulder width apart and sit back as if you were going to sit on a bench and then use your legs and butt to come back up to a standing position. (Forward and Back)


2. Side Squat – Perform the same squatting movement but now step out to the side, alternating left and right, with each squat. (Side to Side)


3. Sumo Walk Squat – Go down into a squat position and walk forward and back like a sumo wrestler would. (Rotation)


As you can see, this will take A LOT more muscles than just a plain old leg press and give you much, much better results.


Note: Always check with your Doctor first, before attempting any exercise routine. By Lina Lasalle 140 FOCUS of SWFL 2012 A simple way to indulge yourself!


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Audrey's


Jamaican Cuisine 4463-D Ashton Rd


Sarasota, FL 34233 941-928-3309


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