CROSSFIT SUFFOLK: Powered By SPARTAN PERFORMANCE
15 minutes of Snatch practice
30 Snatches 135/95#
ALL SESSIONS ARE CANCELED TOMORROW FOR EASTER. THE 6:30-7:30AM SESSION IS CANCELED FOR MONDAY. ALL OTHER MONDAY SESSIONS ARE AS REGULARLY SCHEDULED. PLEASE BE ADVISED.
In The Gym With Rudy Nielson, Elite CrossFit Coach "The Outlaw Way considers itself a strength and conditioning program
based in the sport of CrossFit. We don’t even consider ourselves a
general physical preparation program or anything like that. Our gym
version would be, but the actual Outlaw Way is meant as strength and
conditioning for CrossFit athletes, to make you better at the sport."—Rudy Nielson, Outlaw CrossFit
An Athlete's Approach To Optimal Eating "Many athletes get caught up in following the universal, dogmatic
proclamations of carbophobic academics whose only sport has ever been
jogging (Ron Burgundy pronounces it Yogging). But high intensity
strength and intermittent sprint sports are fueled by anaerobic
metabolism, which can only run on glucose/glycogen.
That doesn’t mean loading up on bologne sandwiches and fruit roll
ups. You want starches without the toxic compounds, potential food
allergens, or “anti-nutrients” that can wreck the digestive system,
impair nutrient absorption, and leave you tired and lethargic.
So cut the sugar, refined flour, and gluten-based starches. Stick
with starchy tubers (yams, sweet potatoes, white potatoes) and white
rice to support your training.
Drink some high quality H20 like the Water Boy recommends, not Diet Coke."—-Nate Miyaki for Tony Gentilcore's Blog