Nutrition Lecture Tonight at 7:30pm

Jan 5th, 2011

Category: CrossFit

Nutrition Lecture Tonight at 7:30pm

Phil!

Do your olympic lifts need work?? Olympic lifts train athletes to effectively activate more muscle fibers more rapidly than through any other modality of training. The explosiveness that results from this training is of vital necessity to every sport. Practicing the Olympic lifts teaches one to apply force to muscle groups in proper sequence, i.e., from the center of the body to its extremities (core to extremity). Learning this vital technical lesson benefits all athletes who need to impart force to another person or object as is commonly required in nearly all sports. In addition to learning to impart explosive forces, the clean and jerk and snatch condition the body to receive such forces from another moving body both safely and effectively.

Numerous studies have demonstrated the Olympic lifts unique capacity to develop strength, muscle, power, speed, coordination, vertical leap, muscular endurance, bone strength, and the physical capacity to withstand stress. It is also worth mentioning that the Olympic lifts are the only lifts shown to increase maximum oxygen uptake, the most important marker for cardiovascular fitness.

CrossFit Fenway is hosting an Olympic Lifting workshop on January 22nd lead by Eva Claire Synkowski. They will be covering the snatch from 9 AM to 12 PM and then the clean and jerk from 1 PM to 4 PM.  It is $100 for each clinic. If you are interested please email [email protected]

Tonight we will be giving a nutrition lecture at 7:30pm for those that missed the lecture on December 11th. The Paleo Challenge begins this Saturday. There is a sign-up sheet on the desk. Please sign-up if you are planning on participating.

Strength
Push-press
3-3-3-3-3

WOD
“Stems”
5 Rounds
5 Squat Cleans
10 Box Jumps (24/20)
20 Double Unders

Level 3 (135/95)
Level 2 (115/80)
Level 1 (95/65)
ADV (155/105), (28/24)
-30 Double Unders

DISCUSSION 0 Comments

  1. Jaime 01/07/2011 at 8:49 pm

    These links are great Alec, thanks for posting!

  2. Alec 01/05/2011 at 7:17 pm

    In getting ready for the paleo challenge if anyone is looking for good local sources of grassfed/pastured meat, this site is really solid:

    http://www.eatwild.com/products/massachusetts.html

    They’ve got listings for local farms that sell grassfed beef, veal, lamb, pastured eggs, pork, chickens, turkeys, goat, rabbit, duck and other delicious paleo products (I’m really interested in trying goat, rabbit, and cornish game hen from this farm: http://www.johncrowfarm.com/products.htm )

    Of course regular grocery store meat is fine, but if you can afford it I recommend you at least try the grassfed/pastured stuff. In addition to being more nutritious, I think it tastes better.

    Anybody interested in splitting a lamb come summertime?
    http://www.crescentmoonfarmonline.com/lambs.html

    Oh ya, and Eva Claire is an amazing oly lifter and coach if you’re interested in her seminar at CF Fenway.

  3. Bro Chacho via Facebook 01/05/2011 at 3:59 am

    Wish I could have made it!

  4. Sarah-May Toohey via Facebook 01/05/2011 at 3:24 am

    Had it ever come to mind to tape the seminar and shopping cart it on your website?