Well, I highly recommend two things:
1) Don’t stop doing the Crossfit workouts (or stop eating food), ever. Make sure you’re continuing to workout and continue doing Crossfit’s meal program. For your first year, stick with the meal plan that we outlined in this post and let us know how you like it! We all have body types and different goals and we asked the community of our online course whether they would change anything from what is mentioned above- totally unanimous responses from those who used it for a year or longer said “no changes needed”. It works great as a good starting point but if you feel as though something isn’t working as well as you hoped or as well as was originally promised, talk to us! This is NOT a one size fits all program designed to instantly transform people. If something about it doesn’t work for you, just do what has worked best for you so far… stay consistent! Any questions? You can hit me up on my instagram or leave a comment below!
What Is The Most Distinctive Movement In Crossfit?
Crossfit has a reputation for having “unique” movements, and it is true – they do tend to be different. This is compounded by the fact that every Crossfitter started at a position with very minimal variation in movement (ie: squatting). The most basic of moves for them are already vastly different from what most people will recognize as “typical” strength training. Before explaining which movement is most distinctive, first let us take a step back and understand the background of it all. At first glance, there might seem to be an issue about how high up I am taking things. I should probably just stick with types of programming instead right? Never mind that then this might not be information that will help me relate to my readers so I have decided to give you guys something cool here instead…on second thought, go ahead take your best guess! 🙂 What Is The Most Distinctive Movement In Crossfit? What Is The Most Distinctive Movement In Crossfit? Before explaining which movement is most distinctive, first let us take a step back and understand the background of it all. At first glance, there might seem to be an issue about how high up I am taking things. I should probably just stick with types of programming instead right? Never mind that then this might not be information that… Read More »
Boo at the Zoo
This is a stuffed rubber toy animal called a “doo-doohead”, which has been around since the 1950s. It resembles a wooly rhinoceros with 3 sets of wobbly eyes that all blink at the same time when it does something really funny! The tongue can hang out of its mouth. There are different ones for boys and girls. At the zoo, I learned from one nun who wore black from head to toe that they were banned in many zoos because they distracted animals from their natural behaviors so much so that some animal trainers actually put live rattlesnakes in them in an effort to scare away prey! They have been banned in every western country but Canada. That being said, I wish you stopped after reading this article and bought yourself one! Buck Snort-a-Sonic Nose Sucker “Why don’t we just use our hands?!” you might ask yourselves if know anything about nose sucking because it was once thought to accomplish things like clearing sinuses or clearing mucous from ears, but now dig deep enough into history and you will find it uses nose sucking as part of tradition of where it came from; BIG THUMBS UP! This sucker stands on end like an ice cream cone (where do these people come up with these names?), suction holes toward your nostrils making more suction possible while also trapping air inside it allowing for good potty training