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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!

Fuel Lab

Pizza Challenge

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.

Add a sauce

– 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.”

Add toppings

– 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.

Baking Instructions

– Bake pizza at 350 degrees for 10 to 20 minutes. Let the pizza cool slightly and cut into slices.



Outsider Pro

Anton McCampbell




Palm Beach, Florida

Other Interests

Skateboarding, Drumming


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.


Skateboard Shelf


– 2 – 2 x 4 at 24″

– 2 – 1 x 3 at 30″

– 6 – 1″ dowels at 10″

– 1 1/2″ screws

– Wood Glue


– Saw

– Screw gun

– Hammer

– Drill

– 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.

Elainena’s Notes

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