Longboarding / Skateboard Shelf / Pizza Challenge
Brandon longboards his way to stardom! Well, he really just gets an excellent primer in the basics from a longboarding expert. In the Fuel Lab, Daja and Chase whip out a few new ingredients to compete for the prize in the Power Pizza Challenge. And Elainena joins the skating fun with a plan for a skateboard shelf project!
Choose a healthy base for your pizza
– Whole wheat flatbread
– whole wheat tortilla
– whole wheat English muffin
– whole wheat bread
Tip – Whole grains contain fiber, which can help provide a feeling of fullness with fewer calories. Check the ingredients list when selecting a product to make sure the first ingredient on the list has the word “whole” or “whole grain” before the type of grain.
– Low-sodium marinara, salsa, pesto, or even try making your own low-sugar BBQ or tomato sauce.
– Use the Nutrition Facts label to choose lower-sodium versions of pizza sauces. Select a sauce that is labeled as “low-sodium,” ”reduced-sodium” or “no salt added.”
– Then top with a variety of fresh Florida vegetables or even fruit such as mangos.
– Add some lean protein like cooked cut up chicken, diced ham, turkey pepperoni or even beans.
– Choose lean sources of protein to top your pizza instead of meats with more fat, such as regular sausage, pepperoni or salami.
– Finally, top your pizza with fat-free or low-fat shredded cheese and some fresh herbs.
– Bake pizza at 350 degrees for 10 to 20 minutes. Let the pizza cool slightly and cut into slices.
Anton McCampbell is a multi-talented mini shredder riding freestyle, freeride, slalom, push racing, and even downhill. At only 9 years old, he’s already got the style of a seasoned veteran, ripping and shredding everything in his path. He explores the wide world of longboard skateboarding with confidence.
– 2 – 2 x 4 at 24″
– 2 – 1 x 3 at 30″
– 6 – 1″ dowels at 10″
– 1 1/2″ screws
– Wood Glue
– Screw gun
– 1″ Drill Bit
– Step 1: Measure and drill 3 evenly spaced holes in each 24” board for the dowel rods.
– Step 2: Measure and screw the 24” boards onto he 30” boards using 1 1/2” screws.
– Step 3: Glue the 6 dowel rods into the holes on the 24” boards.
– Step 4: Paint as desired and let dry.
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