1/2 “Friday”

1
Jan

1/2 “Friday”

BCF represents at the #BradfordBeach polar plunge! #cold #crossfit #badgercrossfit #crazy #constantlyvaried

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 Strength:

Press

WOD:

Fitness: Parallette Jump Overs, Situps, OH Lunges
Performance: Double-unders, Knees-to-Elbow, OH Squats

SECOND WOD:

1. Write down short term goals – 1-3 months.

2. Write down long term goals – 3-6 months.

3. Write down, plan, execute diet needed to get there.

4. Begin goals, starting 1/2/15.


 

One of the most simple, easy ways to add nutrition to your diet is to boil down bones and make a bone broth!

What kind of nutritional benefits does bone broth offer?

Bone broth is a source of minerals, like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium,  and potassium, in forms that your body can easily absorb. It’s also rich in glycine and proline, amino acids not found in significant amounts in muscle meat (the vast majority of the meat we consume). It also contains chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine, the compounds sold as supplements to reduce inflammation, arthritis, and joint pain. Finally, “soup bones” include collagen, a protein found in connective tissue of vertebrate animals, which is abundant in bone, marrow, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.  (The breakdown of collagen in bone broths is what produces gelatin.)

Read more here:

The Whole9 Bone Broth FAQ