Tuesday, January 26, 2010

CrossFit ATL 4545Phililp.  There were lots of folks in this position Sunday.

Workout of the Day

Overhead Squat

3-3-3-3-3-3

Paleo Challenge Meeting Tonight!

The
"Paleo Challenge" committee, (Jonathan, Peter, and Bethanie), are
working out the details.  Currently the plan is to "buy in" with $. 
The winner will win all the $ in the pot, and a month's membership.  
Our first informational meeting will be this Tuesday
January 26th from 6-7:30 pm. This time includes the meeting and a short
workout in the place of Bethanie's 6 PM class. If you can't make
it Thursday at 6pm we will have the same meeting on Saturday, January
30th at 11:30 am.

This is for all members
regardless of where you are with your diet!!
This meeting will cover why good nutrition is ESSENTIAL, not just to
weight loss, but also to mental and athletic performance and overall
health.  We'll talk about why we prefer the Paleo/Zone approach, and 
devise a plan of
action for our "Paleo Challenge" to begin in February.

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  • mike k
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    lunch time group: I will be leaving at 1pm sharp today. just wanted to give everyone a heads up.

  • BMW-CFATL
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    Here is a new study done on sick folks (people with high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, obese, etc.).
    They were put on a low carb diet and SHOCKER, they lost weight and their blood level cholesterol and blood pressure went down. The participants who did the low carb diet fared better than those on a diet medication.
    Slowly but surely the medical community is coming around to what we already know.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100125172938.htm

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