What is the Difference Between Corn Syrup and High Fructose Corn Syrup?

The Truth About High Fructose Corn Syrup

Corn Syrup vs High Fructose Corn Syrup

Syrup is an additive used in food, and Corn Syrup made from corn is one such additive. Corn Syrup and High Fructose Corn Syrup are mostly used as sweeteners.

Corn Syrup is a thick sweet syrup that is produced by the breaking down of corn starch. This breaking down takes place by combining it with enzymes or heating it with a dilute acid. High Fructose Corn Syrup is produced by the enzymatic action which changes dextrose sugar into fructose sugar.

When comparing the two syrups, the High Fructose Corn Syrup is sweeter. This is what makes High Fructose Corn Syrup the preferred additive in processed foods, fast foods and sodas.

The High Fructose Corn Syrup is a highly concentrated form of corn syrup. As there is more sugar, the High Fructose Corn Syrup will add to the glucose levels in the body. This means that Corn Syrup is less dangerous than High Fructose Corn Syrup.

Though both the Corn Syrup and the High Fructose Corn Syrup are known to be harmful to the human body, the latter is considered to be more dangerous. The High Fructose Corn Syrup is known to increase the bad cholesterol levels in the body.

Another difference that can be seen is that Corn Syrup does not dissolve as easily as High Fructose Corn Syrup because of its viscosity. The High Fructose Corn Syrup is more available than Corn Syrup. When comparing the price, the High Fructose Corn Syrup is cheaper.  High Fructose Corn Syrup also adds more shelf life to food.

For more information on healthy eating visit this link, call 480-922-3253 and schedule with a coach or attend one of our signature events “Food as Fuel” July 17, 2014 @ 7:00 pm & “Cooking with the Kayyem’s” August 1, 2014 @ 6:00 pm. Both will be held at SICFIT Scottsdale.

 

 

Kayyem Signature Series Muscle Up Seminar

 

Strength in Conditioning for Thursday, July 10, 2014

Take your fitness to new heights with SICFIT Scottsdale tonight at 7pm with the Kayyem Signature Series: Muscle Up Seminar. Coach Luke will break down all of the components of this complex exercise into simple bits and pieces that can be drilled and strengthened. Then we will link everything back together with speed, power, and coordination to propel ourselves over those rings! The feeling you will have looking down upon the gym after achieving your first muscle up will be a moment you will never forget!
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Muscle Up.

WARMUP
Push ups + ring rows
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STRENGTH
10-8-6-4-2-1-10
Bench press + strict pull ups
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CONDITIONING
2k Row for time
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The SquatRx Guide

 

Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Visit www.FlexibilityRx.com to download a copy of the SquatRx Guide. The guide breaks the squat down into seven points of performance. If you struggle to keep your knees out, keep your torso upright, or get your hips below parallel – each point of performance is explained and contains exercises that will immediately improve your form.

This flexibility training guide will allow you to eliminate pain, resolve injury, and add more weight to your lifts. Essential stretches for ankle, hip, thoracic, and shoulder flexibility are provided, along with exercises for better core stabilization, single-leg stability, and joint-centration. Improve your movement competency and capacity to get stronger with the Stretch-to-Win® “Great-8” Stretch Matrix, flexibility assessments, and a pre-workout template that will guarantee your Squat is Rx.

– Kevin Kula, “The Flexibility Coach” – Creator of FlexiblityRx™
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WARMUP
5 Rounds
1 Minute jump rope
30 Seconds dynamic movement
CONDITIONING A
7 Minute EMOM
5 Wall ball with perfect form and depth

6 Minute EMOM
12 Kettle bell swings

5 Minute EMOM
8 Box upBox up

CONDITIONING B
50-40-30-20-10 double under+ sit up
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LIFE: Ball slams or wall balls | box step up step down “20 “24 | single unders + 10 sit ups
FITNESS: Jump up step down  20” 24” | Start and finish with double under
SPORT: 75/96 Kettle bell|  box jump 26” 30”

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The Lil’ Beasts are Coming

 

Strength in Conditioning for Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The Lil’ beasts are back in action starting next week, July 14-18th. Watch out because from 9am-12pm every day, SICFIT Scottsdale is going to be buzzing with beastly activities! SICFIT Scottsdale’s Lil’ Beast Summer Camps teaches kids how FUN(ctional) fitness can be, how healthy foods taste great and make you feel even better, and how working as a team towards a common goal is totally super awesome! Sign your Lil’ Beast up for the action!
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WARMUP 
500 Meter row
300 Meter run
Leg swings & arm circles
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STRENGTH 
4 Rounds
5 Deadlift
5 Seated dumbbell/kettlebell press
5 Dips
20 Second rest between lifts
2 Minute rest after each round
LIFE: 10 Barbell deadlift | 10 seated db/kb press |7 negative push up (40×1)
FITNESS: 5 Negative bar dips
SPORT: 5 Deadlift (30×1)
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CONDITIONING
3 Rounds for time
Walking lunge 20 steps
15 Pull ups
LIFE:  Lunge | ring row
FITNESS:  Lunge | jumping pull ups
SPORT: 5 Strict or weighted pull ups
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Practical Paleo Cooking with The Kayyems

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Strength in Conditioning for Monday, July 7, 2014

Don’t make dinner plans for friday, August 1st because Coach Najla and Luke are dishing up some “practically paleo” fare at Cooking with the Kayyems! Come hungry and leave full of simple ideas for nutritious and delicious meals and snacks for your whole family!RSVP today to by emailing info@sicfitscottsdale.com or by calling (480) 922-3253.Cost is $20 for students and $25 for non-students.

Food as Fuel

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WARMUP
1 Minute run + row + air dyne + lunge + burpee
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OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING
Barbell progression DL/HC/FS/PP
20 Minutes to find heavy single power clean
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CONDITIONING A
7 Minute AMRAP
9 Deadlift + 7 hang power clean + 5 front squat  + 3 shoulder to overhead
LIFE 55/35 | FITESS 95/65 | Sport 155/95
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CONDITIONING B
2 Minute max burpee over bar
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SICFIT Scottsdale 6th Anniversary Open-House-A-Palooza and FITness Expo

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SICFIT Scottsdale 6th Anniversary Open-House-A-Palooza and FITness Expo
08/23/2014, 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

SICFIT Scottsdale 6th Anniversary Party Open-House-A-Palooza will be a celebration of LIFE | FITNESS | SPORT with family, friends, FITness, music, food, fashion, wellness information and more.

All scheduled classes will be FREE to anyone so bring your posse. The event will also include fun activities for kids and adults like face painting, an obstacle course, a bounce house, and other FITness challenges with prizes!

Whether you are seeking a healthier lifestyle and need some guidance or simply want to have a good time, this event is for you, your family, and friends of all ages and fitness levels.

 

 

Sign Up For Your First Muscle Up!

 

Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, July 5, 2014

Don’t forget to clear your calendars . It isn’t often that we have the opportunity to spend an entire class focused on one skill. The Kayeem Signature Series Seminar on Muscle Ups this upcoming Thursday night  form 7-8pm is a chance to hone in on the  techniques and drills that will finally get us over those rings, safely, efficiently, and with more gas in the tank  to keep hustling through our workout. Clear your calendar and give us a call at (480)-922-3253 or sign up at the gym!

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WARMUP
Dynamic warm up + band mobility
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STRENGTH
Build to a heavy 5 rep seated dumbbell strict press
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CONDITIONING
4 Rounds
5 Dumbell press
5 Burpee long jumps
6 Touch and go shuffle runs 10′
2 Minute rest
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Get Your Fit On Before The Fourth Festivities!

 

Strength in Conditioning for Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy 4th of July, SICFITers! Don’t forget to add a dose of fitness to your fourth! Before all the BBQs, brews, and bathing suits, come get your workout on with us! Classes today will be held at 8am and 12pm only. After putting in some gym time, all of your fun summer holiday festivities will be even more enjoyable!
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CONDITIONING
5 Rounds for time
100 ft Walking lunge with plate over head
30 Box Jumps
20 Wall Ball Shots
10 HSPU
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What is Paleo?

The original five food groups. Eat the way nature intended.

The original five food groups. Eat the way nature intended.

Paleo is a nutritional plan based on the presumed diet of wild plants and animals that various human species habitually consumed during the Paleolithic Era – a period of about 2.5 million years that ended around 12,000 years ago with the development of agriculture. It is known as the Paleolithic diet (abbreviated Paleo Diet), also referred to as the Caveman Diet, Stone Age Diet, and Hunter-Gatherer Diet.

A general rule, Paleo foods are foods that don’t require and kind of advanced processing to be made edible. This leaves a wide variety of foods available like meat, fish, poultry and game, vegetables, nuts and seeds, fruit, and most naturally occurring fats and oils.

5 Steps to Paleo:

Step 1: Hydrate. Drink 1/2 your body weight in ounces of water per day.

Step 2: Eliminate wheat from your diet and increase your consumption of vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. This can be a challenge since it means eliminating things like bread, cereal, and pasta from your diet.

Step 3: Eliminate dairy from your diet. Increase your protein consumption.

Step 4: Eliminate all other starches (corn, rice, and beans).

Step 5: Eliminate processed foods & sugars (only sugar from fruit allowed).

Rowing the Distance

 

Strength in Conditioning for July 3, 2014

Today is one of those, “time to put in work” days at SICFIT Scottsdale. Capping off a warmup (that in itself is a leg burner) and a 13 minute EMOM, we will be going (or should we say rowing?!) the distance for 18 long minutes. Use the instant feedback from our Concept 2s to adjust and maintain the perfect pace for you that is both challenging and sustainable. It can be tempting to mentally check out when rowing for this relatively long duration, but don’t allow yourself. For as soon as the brain checks out, the body does too. Use each and every pull during this 18 minutes to practice form, efficiency, and power.
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WARMUP
3 Rounds
300 Meter run + 1 minute bottom of squat + 1 minute of air squats
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CONDITIONING A
13 Minute EMOM
Odd minute: 3 Press + 5 push press
Even minute: 5 long jump *fast and rebound*
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CONDITIONING B
Row for total distance in 18 minutes
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