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Chef Dena Marino, who runs Miami's MC Kitchen with her husband, Marcus Wade is the only female competitor. She works six days a week, 16 to 17 hours a day,
and it has a 7-year-old son. Between mom duties and working, she says she barely has time for you to drink coffee each morning, a smaller amount eat
"I'm probably a minimum of 30 pounds over the weight lida daidaihua original that I ought to be and completely eat the wrong foods at the wrong times rather than sit down and have a
meal," she says. "Always running and picking. We're around amazing foods all day long, but we never eat."
Now she's looking forward to your competition.
"I was thinking, to be the only female, these guys are cocky, they're already going back and forth on Twitter: Who's likely to kick whose butt. I will bring
them all!" Marino said, laughing.
Isabella's brother Ben, an authorized strength and conditioning coach who owns a fitness center in Nj, is overseeing this program and dealing with Miami
trainers and facilities to supply opportunities for that chefs to obtain moving.
In keeping with the charity of preference, mixed martial arts will definitely may play a role. "It's fun, it's engaging. It's something different all the
time, versus a treadmill or bike," Ben says.
All competitors will receive nutritional guidelines meizitang and counseling. "We're basically assembling a smorgasbord of options so they can select and do what's
preferred for them," Ben says.