Bobby Flay Fit, Episode 3: Mix It Up

In Episode 3 of Food Network's Web series "Bobby Flay Fit," Chef Bobby Flay talks about the importance of trying new exercise routines.

Bobby Flay manages to stay fit and healthy even with a busy lifestyle as a chef, and he's eager to share his healthy eating and fitness plan with fans in a seven-part Web series, Bobby Flay Fit.

The focus of Episode 3 is mixing it up: It's easy to get bored with your exercise routine. That's why it's important to mix it up, try something new and get out of your comfort zone.

In Episode 3 of Bobby Flay Fit, Bobby and his pal, Iron Chef Michael Symon, get together in the gym to try some new exercises. Bobby isn't as familiar with weight training, so Michael shows him some techniques to mix things up a bit. On the way to the gym, they share a healthy snack that Bobby made — Chocolate-Coconut Granola.

Takeaways from Episode 3:
  • Eat a little something before you exercise to fuel your workout.
  • Get advice from someone in the know before starting a new workout.
  • Workouts are more effective if you keep yourself interested and engaged by trying new things: Alter your routine or try a new sport.
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Michael Symon teaches Bobby Flay new moves to shake up his fitness routine.
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