Joanna’s Top 3 – Burger Edition

Prepare to drool.

Time Magazine conducted interviews with burger historians and experts (yes, those are real things) to compile a list of 17 burgers that have influenced the burger industry and our taste buds over the years.

Here are the Top 3…

#3 The In-and-Out Burger – This burger debuted in 1948 and has a reputation for being delicious. Who wants to join me in a petition to get one here?!



#2 The McDonald’s Burger – We can never escape it. 



#1 The White Castle Burger – Technically, it is a slider soooo can it really be on this list? I kid. The White Castle Burger is classic and tasty. I agree.



Here’s the full list of all 17 Influential Burgers. What do you think? Would you add or remove any of these tasty burgers from the list? And who else is hungry now?

Week 5 at F.X.B. kick’s off today

Well week 5 is in full swing. I can’t believe that we are about 5 weeks into the program and we only have 5 weeks left. I’m so excited to see what my results will be on Saturday as we do a retest on push ups, sit ups, check our weight, B.M.I. and run the mile again. I can already see a big difference in the way my clothes fit and how I feel. A big thanks to everyone at Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping in Columbus for all of their support. They are a first class training facility. Also a big thanks to my co-workers and to my wife. Who’s put up with all of the complaining about being sore the past few weeks. I will post another blog on Monday with my results. Until then I will see you on the QMIX 80′s Saturday Night!

Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping Update

Well week 2 started at 5am today. All I can say is that Finally I can feel my legs after last weeks workout. Great day today, all I’m saying is FIRE HYDRANT. Now I know why my dog just leans into it! HAHA! Looking forward to another great week at Farrell’s Bodyshaping in Columbus. More updates later this week. If I can move my fingers. FEELING GOOD! :)


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