SPARTAN PERFORMANCE                                         CROSSFIT SUFFOLK


Shoulder Press 5-5-5-5-5 reps

Dave Lipson on today's WOD – video [wmv] [mov]





 A Libertarian's Take On The First Ever Ancenstral Health Symposium    "Certainly, libertarians and anarchists are drawn to this lifestyle because of our innate ability to see through the façade of conventional wisdom that is built by political interests and buttressed by an assortment of money trails. We do not deny conventional wisdom for the sake of being anti-mainstream, as some people opine; rather, we naturally tend toward the procurement of skepticism, critical thinking, and other skills that the rank and file just do not seem to possess. For instance, the average person reads a headline such as, "Fat makes you fat," and they will believe that it must be true because it was based on some "official" study that is misrepresented in the story. Conversely, we libertarians tend to say, hey, wait a minute – how was the study interpreted by the media, who performed/funded the study, and how scientific was the study? Mark Sisson, perhaps the most visible person within the ancestral health community, calls this taking responsibility for your "own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing, and critically rethinking everything we’ve assumed to be true about health and wellness."Karen De Coster for LewRockwell.com


Fish Oil's Impact On Cognition And Brain Structure Identified In New Study   "In the imaging analyses for the entire study population, we found a significant positive association between fish oil supplement use and average brain volumes in two critical areas utilized in memory and thinking (cerebral cortex and hippocampus), as well as smaller brain ventricular volumes compared to non-users at any given time in the study. In other words, fish oil use was associated with less brain shrinkage in patients taking these supplements during the ADNI study compared to those who didn't report using them."Lori Diaello, PharmD, a research scientist at the Rhode Island Hospital Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders Center.

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