Easy Seared Yellowtail Sashimi

This is a fairly simple recipe that takes just a few minutes to prepare. It's very forgiving and if you're on a boat you can prep the sauce and fresh ingredients in the kitchen before you head out, and just use your day's catch and skip the hot oil and fried ginger. It works great for any fresh jack fish--yellowtail, rainbow runner, amberjack, tuna, etc... ‐ 2 lbs sashimi grade yellowtail (or any pelagic jack fish) ‐ 3 tbs olive oil ‐ Juice of 1 large pomelo or juice of half lemon, half orange ‐ 2 tbs soy sauce ‐ 1 tbs ponzu ‐ 2 tbs rice vinegar ‐ 1/3 cup grated fresh ginger ‐ Bunch of chopped green onion ‐ 1 or 2 very finely sliced jalapeno peppers ‐ Handful of cilantro leaves Mi

Pool Training: Sample workout, Advanced, No Fins, for 25 yard pool (DNF_SC_C01)

My current concentration when it comes to competitive depth in the ocean is Constant No Fins. Here's a typical mid season no fins pool workout for me, done as supplemental training to regular ocean time and dry gym training that includes apnea and resistance training. This is for me an example of a fairly high volume low intensity workout. About the under/over main set: The actual 200 is done 25yd DNF, exhale before breaking surface, inhale at wall then start next 25 crawl breathing every 3, a single inhale at the wall on the turn, then start the next 25 DNF and so on. I do this with no neck weights and no noseclip. It's a very solid hypoxic cardio set that for me involves very mild hyp

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