Hollywood Physique Expert Eric The Trainer joins The Seattle Sea Gals, MMA legend Big John McCarthy and fitness model/Army pilot TJ Millard to have some fun demonstrating some self-defense techniques.
Be sure to catch the 2nd episode of Celebrity Sweat with Eric the Trainer, airing Saturday morning on Spike TV. This week Eric and the Team hit Seattle to workout with some awesome Apache Fighter Pilots, then hit the diamond with the Mariners and the gridiron with the Seahawks and the Seagals. The episode includes an interview with members of the US Woman’s World Cup Championship team! We also get our food on with Chef Jeremy of Rain Tree Catering. Of course, no visit to the Pacific NW is complete without a stop at Pikes Place Market – so get ready and tune in. Show airs Saturday mornings – 7:30 a.m. (est & pst), 6:30 a.m. (cst) and 5:30 a.m. (most), check your local listings for the time in your area, and be sure to set your dvr for another great episode with the team!
- 8 oz of cooked Penne pasta
- 5 oz cooked/sliced chicken breast
- Tbs of Olive oil
- Tbs of butter
- Tbs chopped garlic
- 2 Tbs Pesto
- 1/2 cup chicken broth
- 1 cup pre roasted/chopped vegetables
- 2 oz shredded Parmesan cheese
Heat butter, oil and garlic in large sauté pan.
Add pasta, chicken and chicken broth.
Reduce by half and add pesto and veggies, then
stir, season with salt and pepper and top with parmesan and enjoy.
Last week, the Celebrity Sweat team had the unique opportunity to visit with some very special kids when we stopped by the Seattle children’s hospital – Seattle Children’s. We were excited to have Big John McCarthy join Eric the Trainer and our wonderful guest ambassadors TJ Millard of the Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and from the Seattle Seahawks’- SeaGals Hope and Melanie – on this mission. The team got the chance to hang out with the kids as they took breaks from their medical tests and procedures to relax the the sanctity of the playroom. Play therapy is vital component of treatment plans for young patients while they are being treated for an array of illnesses and conditions. The team got the chance to engage in arts and crafts and lego building with the kids, and even snuck in some superhero fun! Celebrity Sweat truly appreciates each and every opportunity we get to give back to the community, whether its working with the Wounded Warriors, Children’s Hospitals, Breast Cancer Awareness, Boys and Girls Clubs or local first responders.