Monthly Archives: September 2016

What does that % body fat number mean?

If you’ve had your Dexa Scan, you should know what your percent body fat is but may not be sure what is ideal for your age, gender, and activity level.  Body fat may increase slightly with age. But this can … Continue reading

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Nutrition Challenge Kick-off tonight!

6:30 pm! Get your questions answered Get tips from trainers and Nutrition Challenge veterans Become a pro at My Fitness Pal!

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CrossFit and Flexible Dieting: A Match Made in Heaven

“A ripped CrossFit™ physique doesn’t happen by just doing WODs, it has a strong diet component as well. However, this doesn’t involve starving yourself either. Flexible dieting teaches you to find a great balance.”  by Ted Kallmyer Flexible Dieting – IIFYM … Continue reading

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This week: CrossFit 7220 Endurance Club  

Masters/Adult Swim class and Swimming WOD:  Rec Center Pool Monday September 26th 6:15 PM to 7:15 PM Stadium Stairs: War Memorial Football Stadium Thursday September 29th 6 AM, 11AM, 12PM Light warm up 25 minute AMRAP Strides and Stuff Cool down and stretching – … Continue reading

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Got Intensity?

Although you come to CrossFit class for a full hour, we all know the main even is the WOD which usually lasts less than 15 minutes. At “3-2-1 GO” the expectation is to perform the work with intensity (but also with … Continue reading

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Sugar coated

Why I’m livid — but not surprised — that the US sugar industry funded one of the biggest misconceptions in modern nutrition Erin Brodwin A searing report in the New York Times Monday revealed than an American trade group called … Continue reading

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CrossFit 7220 Endurance Club

  Thursday September 22th Stadium Stairs meet at 50 yard line Light warm up – 5 Minute Yoga 20 minute AMRAP. Cool down and stretching Runners lunge, Brettzel, Bridge,… Headstand, Handstand, and Cartwheels. 5:00 AM –  ROM WOD? 6:00 AM – Sunrise … Continue reading

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