SPARTAN PERFORMANCE                                CROSSFIT SUFFOLK


Three rounds for time of:
50 Double-unders
25 Wallball "2-fer-1s", 20 pound ball

From the Vault: Zac Pine 7:23 on today's WOD – video [wmv] [mov](Courtesy of CrossFit.com)




Low-Carbohydrate, High Protein Diets May Reduce Both Tumor Growth Rates And Cancer Risk   "When asked to speculate on the biological mechanism, Krystal said that tumor cells, unlike normal cells, need significantly more glucose to grow and thrive. Restricting carbohydrate intake can significantly limit blood glucose and insulin, a hormone that has been shown in many independent studies to promote tumor growth in both humans and mice."Science Daily


Evidence-Based Practice:  Coffee

"What follows this introduction is a lot of summarization of research articles, so I will briefly give my recommendation on coffee. If you are currently healthy and enjoy coffee, drink it – but drink it black, and no more than six 6-ounce “cups” (or about 1 liter total) per day. Habitual drinking of four or five “cups” spread throughout each day is encouraged, but drink it before 5 pm. It is important you get ample calcium. Drink decaf all you want."—Primal MD

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  1. Sorry Geo. The barista at Starbucks gave me a personal concoction – coffee with a few pumps of chocolate and a few pumps of coconut. I’ve never done heroin, but I bet it’s not as good as this drink!! It immediately became one of my cheats…

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