12 minutes to establish a 1RM Power Clean & Push Jerk.
20 Box Jumps 24/20?
10 Deadlifts 275/185#
30 Lateral Burpees (over barbell)
30 Alternating Pistols
20 Burpee Box Jumps 24/20?
Zoo Humans Abnormal behavior in zoo primates (and humans) could be related to food.
“At the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in 2005, a gorilla died of heart disease at the age of 21 . Heart disease is the leading killer of captive gorillas, who also seem to be vulnerable to developing ulcerative colitis, and autoimmune disease of the gut. That led researchers to consider changing the gorilla diets, which at typical zoos had been filled with processed animal chows, meat, yogurt, milk, eggs, bread, and cereal grains along with large amounts of various fruits and vegetables. Free ranging wild gorillas, on the other hand, eat mostly immature leaves, stems, some bark, saplings, wild fruits, insects, and some small animals . The diet of the gorillas in the wild has an incredibly high fiber content, which is used as food by the may trillions of bacteria in the gorilla’s extremely long gut. The fiber is transformed into a short chain fatty acid called butyrate that is important for colonic health and may be the reason (along with the cereal grains and other unusual foods) the captive gorillas developed ulcerative colitis.”-–Emily Deans, M.D.