FEEDING GER SASSER -Crossfit/ GRID Athletes like Ger Sasser need big fuel and people were always asking me what I feed Ger, my son. (5 time Crossfit Regionals athlete, San Francisco Fire GRID athlete, and owner/trainer of CROSSFIT COUNTDOWN, along with his wife, Cassie) I love to come up with delicious, simple, mostly paleo diet meal plans and share them, so others can have success in the kitchen. These easy Crossfit diet meal plan recipes can make a big difference in your performance.
I love to cook. Did you know that about me? I love recipe development. I love trying things out on Ger and Cassie when they come over. Before Ger headed out for the first part of season 2 with the NPGL San Francisco Fire I came up with this. It was just awesome.
I put the following ingredients into a gallon-sized Ziplock bag:
Next, I cut 2 pork tenderloins into halves, making 4 pieces. (This recipe can easily be halved – just do one pork tenderloin)
I placed the meat into the Ziplock bag, closed it, and squished and turned the bag over to coat the meat completely.
I let this marinate for 30 minutes at room temperature, turning and squishing often. (This can be done up to a day before and placed in the fridge)
I heated up my grill pan over medium heat and then poured the tenderloins and all the marinade out into the grill pan.
I cooked the tenderloin, turning frequently and getting all four sides, until done. It took just over 20 minutes total, and was just a teeny bit pink in the center. (It should be 145 degrees if you use a meat thermometer, but I never do)
I let it rest 10 minutes on the platter before cutting into thin slices.
Seriously, this isn’t difficult and it really is just awesome. So, impress someone soon!