SPARTAN PERFORMANCE                                   CROSSFIT SUFFOLK


4 rounds for time of:

10 power clean (115/75#)

30 sit-ups



Don't let the smile fool you.  Tom is the head teller at Island Federal Credit Union by day, but at night he's a CrossFitting-Brazilian Jiujitsu- Muay Thai Kickboxing- machine!  More importantly, he's a NY Rangers fan.  Yeah Tom!



On April 7th 2012 D'Arce Brazilian Jiujitsu will be hosting Rolles Gracie Jr. for a seminar.  Reserve your spot now!

"Rolles Gracie Jr. was born into the world’s first family of fighting on July 14, 1978 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the grandson of Carlos Gracie Sr., the founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and son of Rolls Gracie, who is widely considered to be the Gracie family’s most legendary Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.  He is a third-degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a multi-title holding champion, not only BJJ, but also in Judo and submission wrestling. Rolles is the Head Instructor at the Renzo Gracie Academy in Holmdel, New Jersey."from Rolles Gracie.com

Rolls gracie seminar April 2012





The Great Cholesterol Myth   "Although direct contradictions to the cholesterol hypothesis repeatedly appear, nobody dares to say 'okay, this isn't working, time to build again from scratch'. That decision has become just too painful, especially now that massive industries, Nobel prizes, and glittering scientific careers, have grown on the back of the cholesterol hypothesis. The statin market alone is worth more than £20billion each year.

In reality, cracks in the hypothesis appeared right from the very start. The first of these was the stark observation that cholesterol in the diet has no effect on cholesterol levels in the bloodstream: 'There's no connection whatsoever between cholesterol in food and cholesterol in blood. And we've known that all along. Cholesterol in the diet doesn't matter at all unless you happen to be a chicken or a rabbit.' Ancel Keys PhD, professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota 1997."—Malcolm Kendrick for Spiked-Essays 


Lay Off The Anti-Oxidants    "Here is another  study -  a Cochrane Review – which says that  current evidence does not support the use of antioxidant supplements.  Indeed certain of them seem to increase mortality."—Chris Highcock, Conditioning Research

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