31
Dec

CROSSFIT SUFFOLK:  Powered By SPARTAN PERFORMANCE


Today's Sessions:  9-10am, 10-11am, 11am-12pm    No Early Morning, No Evening Sessions

10 minutes to establish a 3rm Shoulder Press.
?then?
21?15?9 of:
Hang Squat Clean 135/95lbs
HSPU
For time.

 

Melissa D.

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Mike and Brian….returning to school and serving our country…we miss them already!

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Saturday's WOD Results:

RX'D

John H.          224

Sal                 223

Nick               217

Jen T.            208

Alex              204

Kim               198

Grady           193

Sean            190

Vic               190

Geo             186

Raf              172

Joanne        169

Charlie         167

Barbara        126

SCALED:

Ryan H.       213

Tim             204

Mike C.        194

Meag           189

Kristen        179

Carly           165

Amie          160

Melissa E.   153

Tara           151

Janie          126

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 Schedule Modifications

Monday, December 31, 9-10am, 10am-11am, 11am-12pm ONLY, NO Early Morning or Evening Sessions

Tuesday, January 1, 2013 NO SESSIONS

Wednesday, January 2nd  NO 6:30-7:30am session.  Regular schedule for all other sessions.

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Violence: Are There Dietary Causes?

"American consumption of omega-6 fats has doubled per capita since 1960, and tripled since 1920.

Plausible
mechanisms, beyond the scope of this post, connect high omega-6 fat
intake to impaired mood and to an increased proclivity to violence. Even
more plausible mechanisms, discussed in our book, connect omega-6 fats to the obesity and diabetes epidemics
."—Paul & Shou-Ching Jaminet, authors of Perfect Health Diet: Regain Health and Lose Weight by Eating the Way You Were Meant to Eat

 

Why You Should Probably Stop Eating Wheat

Still not convinced??  Here's another fact-filled article by George Dvorsky (for io9.com) that clearly breaks it down so there is no misunderstanding.   And, no, whole wheat ISN'T healthy.—George 

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