Nutrition Challenge Winners!

Jul 17th, 2018

Category: CrossFit

Nutrition Challenge Winners!

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30-Day Nutrition Challenge Results & Winners!
Another Nutrition Challenge has come to an end, and once again we are amazed by the results. Congratulations to everyone who participated and stuck to the challenge for the entire 30 days. While being 100% strict and perfect every day of your life is impossible, dialing it in for a short period of time is extremely useful in helping identify poor habits or intolerance that you may not have recognized before. We think that these results speak for themselves – hard work and consistency pays off!

Choosing a winner for these challenge is always tough, because all of the participants work hard, make sacrifices, and see results. Therefore, many things go into determining the nutrition challenge winners – not just the total amount of weight lost! Michelle looks at things like compliance with the rules and diet (avoiding alcohol, processed foods, added sugar, drinking enough water, getting enough rest, mobilizing, and logging meals), consistent intake (not skipping meals), eating balanced meals (not skimping on carbs), pre/post workout nutrition (are you fueling workouts properly), consistent workouts, total % of body weight lost, body fat and inches, and differences in pre/post challenge WOD scores. She looks at the BIG picture.

Please join us in congratulating our winners from the 30-Day challenge!

First Place: Kendra Kucera
Prize: $350
Kendra worked hard during the 30 day challenge, avoided added sugar, processed foods and alcohol. She lost a total of 21.3 lbs (9.64% of her body weight), a total of 7.5″, and decreased her body fat by 2.4%. She also had a huge PR of 15 lbs on her 1RM front squat, and shaved 3:19 off her WOD time. Great work Kendra, we hope you continue on your health journey!

Second Place: Ashley Meglio
Prize: $150
Ashley started off the challenge strong and remained consistent throughout the challenge. She was creative with her meals and always made sure things were balanced (no low carb dieting!). She lost a total of 11.3 pounds (7.11% of her body weight), a total of 4.5 inches, and 4.7% body fat. She increased her 1RM front squat by 10 pounds, and decreased her WOD time by 1:25. Nice work Ashley, keep up this momentum!

Now that the challenge is over, we hope that you continue to eat healthy and incorporate the things you learned. Remember, the goal is to make eating healthier a lifestyle that works for you and your goals. If you need additional nutrition advice on where to go from here now that the challenge is over, or you are looking to improve your diet, feel free to reach out to Michelle for a private consult ([email protected]).

Warm-up
7:00 AMRAP
100M Run
50’ Waiter’s Walk Left Side
20 Goblet Lunges
50’ Waiter’s Walk Right Side
10 Arch Snap To Hollow

Skill
Pull Ups & Efficiency Drills

Midline
1 Minute of Hollow Rocks
1 Minute of Russian twists with kb
1 Minute of bicycle Abs
1 Minute plank Hold
Rest 1 Minute
Repeat in 30s Intervals

WOD
2 Rounds
In 3 Minutes
400m Run
Then AMRAP Double Unders

Rest 1 Minute

In 3 Minutes Complete
300m Run
Then AMRAP Goblet Step-ups (1.5,1)
Rest 1 Minute

In 3 Minutes Complete
200m Run
Then AMRAP Pull-ups

Rest 1 Minute

Level 2- (1,0.75)
Level 1- (0.75, 0.5), 300-200-100
ADV- Chest to Bar Pull-ups, 50,35lb DBs

Extra Work
EMOM 20
10 dubs heavy rope
1 Squat Snatch

Start at 60% and work to 85-90% no later than round 12. Stay there for a while go up or down depending on how you feel from there.

DISCUSSION 8 Comments

  1. Ryan Gould 07/18/2018 at 5:43 am

    WOD: 184/29/32 (strict pull-ups)

  2. Jason Barrow 07/18/2018 at 1:18 am

    WOD: 291 / 47 / 70 Rx

  3. Trevor 07/18/2018 at 12:10 am

    159/22/107 with bike

    #balancedathlete

  4. Kyra Williams 07/17/2018 at 8:08 pm

    Those are amazing results! I did this with 500,400,300m row.
    Got like 120, 60, 39

  5. Sean Flannery 07/17/2018 at 6:48 pm

    WOD: 229, 43, 59 Adv
    Extra: 115-165#

  6. Kurt 07/17/2018 at 6:03 pm

    195, 39, 58 Rx

  7. Ben 07/17/2018 at 1:26 pm

    WOD: 220, 30, 62 Adv.
    Extra: 115 – 175

  8. Crowley 07/17/2018 at 12:38 pm

    173, 42, 46 (strict pu)