August Athlete of the Month

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He did not always have a smile on his face. He did not always like coming to class. He did always show up and he never quit. Don is the CFS Athlete of the Month. When Don’s doctor told him he was pre diabetic and his blood pressure and colesterol were high and the 40+ hours a week at a computer wasn’t helping him get younger, he decided to fight back. What started as 1x a week has grown to 2 then 3 and now 4-5. Don has been at every City North class and lululemon demo we have had. With a smile on his face and a hello Coach Don showed me and the entire staff how hard he worked this month every time he walked in the door. Congratulations Don… You are a Warrior.

“This Saturday come celebrate our Grand Opening Party from 6-10pm at CFS everyone is welcome”

Sian

1 mile run
250 double unders = 750 singles
1 mile run
250 double unders = 750 singles
1 mile run

Coach Greg Glassman Founder of CrossFit

Here’s some insight from Coach on the intent of CrossFit:

“CrossFit is in large part derived from several simple observations garnered through hanging out with athletes for thirty years and willingness, if not eagerness, to experiment coupled with a total disregard for conventional wisdom. Let me share some of the more formative of these observations:

1. Gymnasts learn new sports faster than other athletes.
2. Olympic lifters can apply more useful power to more activities than other athletes.
3. Powerlifters are stronger than other athletes.
4. Sprinters can match the cardiovascular performance of endurance athletes � even at extended efforts.
5. Endurance athletes are woefully lacking in total physical capacity.
6. With high carb diets you either get fat or weak.
7. Bodybuilders can’t punch, jump, run, or throw like athletes can.
8. Segmenting training efforts delivers a segmented capacity.
9. Optimizing physical capacity requires training at unsustainable intensities.
10. The world’s most successful athletes and coaches rely on exercise science the way deer hunters rely on the accordion.”

Caffe' Amaricano please

starbucsMost of you know by now, I like my coffee. I like it hot, sweet and with milk. I also like it without 450 calories. That’s the difference between a Venti Americano 40 calories 75 with whole milk (.5 block) and a Venti soy white chocolate mocha 490. That’s about one extra double double with cheese from in-n-out (4 block) you could have instead of that cup of coffee.
Im not saying, I’m just saying. Know what your drinking.

Choices under 200 calories
(Tall)
Coffee
5 calories, 0 g fat
Tazo tea
0 calories, 0 g fat
Non fat cappuccino
60 calories, o g fat
Non fat caramel macchiato
140 calories, 1 g fat
Skinny vanilla latte
90 calories, 0 g fat
Frappuccino light
130 calories, 1 g fat

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