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Strength

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Sumo Deadlift

Work up to a heavy single in 10:00.

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WOD

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Complete 5 rounds for time of:

15 Box Jumps, 24″/20″

10 Lateral Bar Over Burpees

5 Push Press, 115#/85#

For the burpees, perform them parallel to the barbell and perform a lateral hop over the bar. 2 feet leave the ground at the same time. Step overs are not RX.

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Todd is ready for today’s box jumps!

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The article below was sent to me by Annelies….thank you Anna!! This is a pretty sad reminder that nobody is looking out for you when it comes to your food choices. Here’s a story about the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and their nutritional seal. This seal sounds very official and healthy. If it’s on food, it must be good for you, right? I mean their website is eatright.org and you can get a list of experts there who can even help you with your nutrition, so they would never steer us wrong! As people who care about their health and well being, it’s up to you to educate yourself about what you’re eating. You guys know what’s up, don’t let some BS product label cloud your judgement!

75,000 Dietitians Now Recommend Kids Eat American Cheese

 

Kraft Singles will now display a seal from a nutrition academy.

The plasticky, processed American “cheese” that typically plays a starring role in burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches is generally considered junk food, but perhaps no longer  — if you take the advice of dietitians, anyway. The New York Times reports that Kraft singles, of all the things, “are the first product to earn a nutrition seal from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the trade group representing 75,000 registered dietitians and other nutrition professionals.”

Both the regular and 2 percent milk versions of the “pasteurized prepared cheese product” will now display a “Kids Eat Right” logo bearing the academy’s name.

“I am really shocked that this would be the first thing that the academy would choose to endorse,” a kids’ nutrition advocate and blogger tells the Times. A rep for the academy insists that the presence of the “Kids Eat Right” label on Kraft Singlesdoes not constitute an endorsement, but rather “identifies the brand as a proud supporter of Kids Eat Right” — which seems awfully misleading.

If Kraft throws enough money at the group, perhaps they can also snag one of those fancy nutrition labels for Capri Suns, Cool Whip, bottled Taco Bell sauces, or any of the many other nutritionally questionable products the food giant manufactures.

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