SFH Product Sampling & Education Tonight – CFS

Mar 22nd, 2017

Category: CrossFit

SFH Product Sampling & Education Tonight – CFS

Kendra

In House Visit From SFH
Stronger. Faster. Healthier.” will be in Southie Green tonight from 5-8PM for product sampling and education on their supplements. Be sure to stop by their table and check out everything SFH has to offer, including their new Tropical Pure flavor! Read below for some more insight on supplements and post wod nutrition.

 

Want to feel more energized during your work out? Tired of feeling sore days after a WOD? Pre and Post exercise nutrition is where you can really make a difference.

The post exercise meal is arguably the most important meal of the day. Imagine your body as a finely tuned automobile. During the course of the workout we are constantly putting the pedal to the metal, which in turn burns fuel. If our gas gauge read “FULL” at the beginning, it now reads “EMPTY”. We need to replenish and refuel ourselves to ensure our tank is full for the next workout. If we return with anything less we run the risk of running out of fuel too soon, hitting the wall and potentially hurting ourselves. You wouldn’t want to punch it with the gas light on would you?! It is very important to get fuel (sugar) into our bodies as soon as possible. These fast-acting, super potent sugars can be found mainly in fruits (bananas, strawberries, apples, etc). Naturally, longer workouts require more fuel and shorter workouts require less fuel. But remember, don’t go overboard. Any excess sugars could potentially become stored as fat.

Now let’s explore the belts, pistons and other moving parts. Over the course of our intense workout our muscles are constantly being contracted, which leads to microscopic muscle breakdown. This is also the reason we become sore after a tough workout. But don’t sweat it: our body constantly adapts to this and rebuilds those exhausted, broken down muscles to actually come back bigger and stronger than before. We just need to give it the right building blocks. Those building blocks are called branched chain amino acids (BCAAs or in other words protein). These are essential to life and very important post WOD. The best sources of BCAAs can be found in whey protein powder, chicken, beef, eggs, etc) Again remember, the sooner we get those building blocks into our body the sooner the rebuilding process can occur. Whey protein powder is the fastest acting.

The point is we MUST refuel and rebuild. It is recommended that simple sugars and protein (2:1 ratio) are consumed together within 30 minutes post exercise. Protein shakes blended with ice and fruit are the most convenient way to prepare ourselves for the next workout. Lay off the fat immediately after exercise, as fat tends to slow down sugar and protein absorption.

Strength
Every Minute on the Minute for 10 Minutes
1 Power Snatch
1 Hang Squat Snatch
1 Overhead Squat

Level 1- 2 Hang Power Snatches/2 Overhead Squats

WOD
5 Rounds
10 Overhead Squats (115,75)
10 Burpee Pull-ups
10 Toes to Bar

Level 2- (95,55)
Level 1- (75,35)

DISCUSSION 8 Comments

  1. Ryan Gould 03/24/2017 at 7:27 pm

    EMOM: up to 115#

    WOD: 20 something. Strugg city on the burpee pull ups

  2. Trevor 03/23/2017 at 1:13 am

    EMOM: 125

    WOD: 12:02 L2

  3. Jason Barrow 03/23/2017 at 12:56 am

    EMOM: Empty Bar – 165#
    WOD: 18:07 Rx

  4. Brian Campbell 03/23/2017 at 12:40 am

    1.) 195
    2.) 11:15 Rx

  5. Ben Brauer 03/22/2017 at 3:54 pm

    EMOM: up to 165#
    WOD: 12:51 Rx

  6. Michael Quigley 03/22/2017 at 3:17 pm

    EMOM – Up to #155
    WOD – 15:33RX

  7. Crowley 03/22/2017 at 12:58 pm

    emom: up to 165
    wod: 12:45 rx

  8. SEAN FLANNERY 03/22/2017 at 11:13 am

    EMOM: up to 160#
    WOD; 12:58 Rx