When I make sauce, I freeze it in plastic freezer bags so I can defrost one at a time. I bet you could do the same thing for smoothies with the quart size freezer bags. Just take it out and pop it into the blender. Yum!
I just made a smoothie in a big pitcher and left it in the fridge. It stayed thick and cold and later on, it was just like at Jamba Juice or something. I thought it would melt and be watery but it wasn't. I used frozen bananas, frozen strawberries, and kefir initially.
I looked at the link and that looks soooo yummmmmy! I love the idea of watermelon and pineapple. It seems like these fruits are really juicy, and then there's the coconut water, so if you make it fresh and then freeze it, it will be a big block of ice. I think it would be hard to but big blocks (or baggies) of smoothis in the blender every morning. That will burn out your motor on your blender fast!
Can you freeze all of the fruits first, and then blend them, and then keep the blender pitcher in the fridge? I think the texture will be fine all week. I'd say try this, and if you need/want, add a few ice cubes the morning of.
I just thought of this. Make ice cubes with the coconut water, and blend all of the other parts up and keep them liquid in the fridge. Then, every morning, you can add a few coconut water cubes to a portion of the fruit/spinach blend. Way faster than doing them one by one.
Look into getting a Magic Bullet or immersion blender. These are both great for smoothies. I actually prefer an immersion blender as you can also stick it in a big pot and make soups easy peasy.
I have smoothies almost everyday for lunch! I buy a large tub of vanilla yogurt and freeze scoopfuls in mini muffin tins. Freeze for an hour or so and then just let them sit out for 5-10 minutes. They pop out easily. I then put 3-4 of the minis in a zip lock bag with sliced frozen strawberries, blueberries, and banana slices (you can use any fruits, those are just my favorites). I also add a scoop of whey protein. Refreeze. In the morning I just grab a bag and go - so easy! You can let it thaw on its own or put in a freezer (if you have access to one). I prefer to keep mine frozen and then just add milk or water and blend during lunch. You could also use ice trays if you don't have a mini muffin tin. This just really works well for me because I HATE packing lunches, love smoothies, and have been losing weight on it
Montel also talked about vitamin B. I don't have access to the shots, so I take the vitamin B complex that Dr. Oz recommended. I take the sublingual drops, that seems to help. I felt more energetic after about a week.