April 17, 2014

Junk Food

The following article goes into many of the facts about sugar and insulin I reference in the Paleo Guide that you receive via email when you first join CFVB. It also digs a little deeper and touches on bad fats and food dyes found in junk food.

Are you still drinking sodas and eating fast and processed foods? If so, you must read THIS. 

becca prowler
Becca’s first prowler push

 Workout of the Day

Active recovery day before the Master’s Qualifier tomorrow:

3 x 750 m row
- rest as needed between efforts 

Midline – 3 sets of:
10 GHD sit-ups
10 back extensions

10 minutes – goal/weakness training
Kelsey got her first muscle-up this week…put in the time to overcome your weaknesses

Post your scores to the Whiteboard.

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10 Responses to April 17, 2014

  1. Maria and Steve

    Wooo Hooo!!!
    Way to go Kelsey!

  2. Vero beach Fitness Help

    The article seems very fear based and takes a inch and goes miles. Why are you agaisnt sugar so much? I’ll leave this here
    http://vbfitnesshelp.blogspot.com/2014/03/sugar-and-what-we-actually-know.html?m=1

    If someone’s diet is made mainly of micronutrient deprived food (junk foods) then I agree that there is a problem, but someone eating a snickers and a few servings of chips in a diet that is made up of primarily whole foods will not have any health problems (context). Also personal preference plays a huge roll as we’ll, if someone doesn’t like snickers then they don’t have to eat it, but someone who does shouldn’t be afraid.

  3. kristi

    Get it Becca and congrats Kelsey!!!!

  4. Kelsey

    Thanks guys!!!! This was such a major accomplishment for me. I’ve been working hard wth my weighted pull ups for SWAT and I’m pretty sure that transferred over :)

  5. joePT

    On the topic of sugar, the FDA has released their official stance on sugar and it stated cancer, diabetes and obesity as well as a host of other diseases as reasons to stay away from sugar. You cannot recommend sugar for any reason because it contains ZERO nutritional value. It makes people sick. Period. Is the occasional candy bar ok?…. is arsenic taken at small amounts intermittently a safe statement?

  6. joePT

    On the subject of personal preference … humans have to eat a human diet. We are designated homo sapiens. By nature we are omnivorous fruigivores. We’re not meant to eat exclusively vegetation or exclusively meat. Preferences are out of the question. You have to eat the foods that agree with the complexity of you digestive system and how the human body chemistry works. It’s science. It’s never preference or moderation.

  7. Kelsey

    Ummm does “Vero Beach Fitness Help” even CrossFit??

  8. Forfar

    Have you ever had an arsenic laced Snickers Bar? They are Delicious!!! Surprising, I know.

  9. Forfar

    Good article by the way. The more knowledge we have the better decisions we can make.

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