Thursday, 06/10/11

Thursday, 06/10/11

Check out yesterday’s comments to see some great paleo recipe suggestions.  Bear in mind however, honey is not allowed during the challenge and be careful to check the ingredients on your sauces, spices and extracts to ensure that they don’t contain any wheat, corn, rice etc or added sugar.
WOD  and INTRO WOD
Strength: Deadlift 1-1-1
Met Con: Complete as many rounds as possible in 15 minutes of:
10 Wall ball, 10/6kg
10 Toes to bar
10 Box jumps, 24/20″
(Thanks to CFHQ for the workout – 26/09/2011)



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  • Jim King
    Posted at 08:09h, 06 October

    6am
    John 60-80kg / 8+10WB
    Hutch 105kg across / 6 +2WB
    Bec 65kg across / 6+WB Rxd
    Sandy 65-67.5kg / 6+4WB
    Minh 45kg across / 7+FK
    Valerie 18kg across / ?
    Trent 105kg across / 6+3T2B
    Cecilia 55kg / 9
    Meshelle 55kg / 9
    Jan 90kg across / 7+WB
    Jo D 87.5kg across / 8+4FK (24″BJ)

  • Pip
    Posted at 09:51h, 06 October

    Yahoo! Excited for deadlifts!! 🙂

  • steph
    Posted at 11:17h, 06 October

    Hi everyone (I’m sure I posted this this morning but I must not have hit submit..) does anyone have any ideas about what veggies to eat for breakfast? I think I am ODing on carrots and need some inspiration. Any thoughts? Thanks

    • Jess
      Posted at 13:23h, 06 October

      My favourite vegies for breakfast Steph are; asparagus,baby spinach, tomato, mushrooms, zucchini. This done with some red onion in a medley is very nice with eggs on the side (cooked how you prefer, for me, poached) with avocado. Or done in an omlette. Yum, Yum!!!

    • Megan
      Posted at 13:51h, 06 October

      I’m making omlettes with coconut milk, onion, red pepers, baby spinach, mushrooms, asparagus, ham off the bone, herbs (mostly dried) and salt and peper. I make it fresh if I’m eating breakfast at home but mix it all together and cook it in muffin pans in the oven if you need something on the go. I have some in the freezer and I reheat them in the microwave when I have breakfast at work.

  • Jeff
    Posted at 13:26h, 06 October

    Hi Steph,
    I was going to make some bubble and squeak for breaky. Instead of using regular potatoes in the meal in the link below, I am going to use sweet potatoes.
    http://www.recipeschicken.net/bubble-and-squeak-with-ham-and-avocado.html

  • steph
    Posted at 14:03h, 06 October

    Thanks guys that’s really great and they sound super tasty. sweet!!

  • Josh
    Posted at 18:15h, 06 October

    For any other stone cold Stone Age vegos out there struggling to get the calories with the Zone / Paleo thing going on – try this post-workout
    1 avocado
    1 banana
    1 scoop whey protein
    1 tablespoon coconut oil
    Water
    Blend and enjoy!
    Jim confirms that it’s bonafide with the Zone diet to boost the proportion of fat when you’re operating at the elite level of a Crossfitter 😉

  • Alison
    Posted at 19:24h, 06 October

    I went to Mrs Flannerys – Annerley road today. They have lots of paleo friendly food & some good advice

    • steph
      Posted at 19:41h, 06 October

      oooo I am so there this weekend.

  • jess
    Posted at 21:55h, 06 October

    I went there today to get the ingredients for daves recipe suggestions, but they only had half of the ingredients. Was so disappointed!

  • Jim King
    Posted at 07:53h, 07 October

    5pm
    Jo G 87.5kg across / 9
    Katherine 60kg across / 8+10WB
    Christian 120-130kg / 6+flutters
    Pip 95-107.5kg PR! / 7+3T2B Rxd
    Sarah 60kg across / 7+7WB
    Jack 65-67.5kg / 8
    Brendan 135-145kg / 8+7T2B Rxd
    Matt ? / 7+2WB Rxd
    Jeff
    6pm
    Michael 70kg / 9+10WB
    Jess 87.5kg across / 7+6T2B Rxd
    Jim 150-155kg / 10+10WB Rxd
    April – / 8+4WB Rxd
    7pm Intro Group
    Jason 35kg / 5+3WB
    Joel 100kg / 5+3BJ Rxd
    Scott 120kg / 8
    Steve 40kg / 6+40 flutters
    Declan 35kg / 6+5BJ
    Sue 65kg / 8+40 flutters
    Josh 120kg / 5+4T2B Rxd
    Lisa 45kg / 6+2WB
    Nicole 8kg / 4.5

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