THROWBACK THURSDAY: RYAN
Unfortunately for us, but good for our country, Ryan will be leaving us next month to serve in the United States Air Force. Besides being one of the hardest workers we ever trained, Ryan has helped us out on so many occasions whether it was assisting new athletes or hanging around to help me clean the gym. To say Ryan will be missed is an understatement.–George
June 18th 2010
February 5th 2010
“I’ve been dealing with orthorexics as long as I’ve been wrapping my calloused hands around barbells. Every decade, new versions of these neurotic eaters emerge out of the under-armour ether like some sort of dietarily-restricted cicadas, so let’s take a look at their evolution, or maybe more accurately, their devolution over the last thirty or so years to see if there’s any logic to the foods they’ve chosen to avoid and see if we can come up with some logical, non-neurotic guidelines to healthy or clean eating that we can all abide by.“—TC Luoma, TNation.com
“Well, generally, scientists are just as prone to error as anybody else! We see it time and time again. Small biases, and tiny language differences, cause a whisper-down-the-lane effect. And “truths” are accepted that were never true in the first place.“—Helen Kollias for Precision Nutrition
Workout of the Day
Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:
10 strict handstand push-ups
20 strict pull-ups
30 jumping alternating lunges
Scale as necessary. Those participating in Saturday’s Spartan Race should scale as well.
Post your scores to the Whiteboard.