Our 6 week Paleo Challenge began on 01-05-2013 and ends on 02-16-2013.
1 pt per second improvement on Helen time
1 pt per lb increase on deadlift
3 pts per extra burpee
3 pts per inch lost in waist
3 pts per percent lost in body fat
Greatest improvement wins. Top Male, Female and Team.
I always knew coconut oil was good but check out all of these uses!
Keep eating well!!!
- Baba Ghannouji
- Butternut Squash Lasagna
- Cauliflower Pizza Crust
- Cinnamon Swirl Banana Cake
- Makeover Garlic Spinach Balls
- Thin Crispy Pizza Crust
Paleo, by definition, is a prefix that means “prehistoric” (as in paleontology) or “early or primitive” (as in Paleolithic). The Paleo Diet consists of the types and quantities of foods our early hunter-gatherer ancestors ate. The basis of Paleo meals consist of seafood, lean meat, nuts, and as many fresh fruits and veggies as you can eat.
As you start incorporating CrossFit into your life’s routine, your body will need the proper nutrition to experience substantial gains in your strength, cardio, and overall health. There is this common misconception that you must go hungry to lose weight. If you are not receiving the correct amount or type of nourishment as you begin CrossFit training, your body will not have enough nutrients to rebuild the muscle broken down during the workouts. You will crash instead of feeling strong and revitalized.
As seen on The Colbert Report 02-03-2010:
John Durant was interviewed about his “hunter/gatherer” lifestyle. Click below to watch.