|Name||No Excuses CrossFit|
|Address||305 North Shawnee Drive, Suite 600|
Suwanee, GA 30024
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SFH - Stronger Faster Healthier will be here on Saturday morning with product demos and samples for everyone! And, don't forget, we've added a second Olympic Weightlifting class to the schedule for Saturdays at 11am beginning this week!
The CrossFit cool down: This Thursday's Tip by Jason discusses benefits and some suggested ways to cool down. http://www.crossfitlkn.com/Blog/Cooling_Down_Post_Workout
There is no short cut or an "easy" way. Consistency and discipline over a long period of time are the only ways to achieve long lasting results. "Set point theory explains that human bodyweight has, for every individual, a certain set point. That set point is usually the amount they have weighed over the last several months. Eating a diet very hypercaloric (high in calories) to that bodyweight will result in an increase in metabolism. Eating a diet very hypocaloric (low in calories) will result in a decrease in metabolism, such that, body weight maintains relative stable unless purposeful long term dieting ensues. Interestingly, even after the conclusion of a diet individuals will tend to re-norm back to their pre-diet weight over time if they don't make a conscious effort to track their eating and activity, especially if the pre-diet weight was heavier." - RP
This week marks 15.2, the second installment of this year's CrossFit Open. They will announce the workout at 8pm tonight and I can't think of a better way to get amped than joining us to mobilize! We'll spend some QT on the soft tissue around the cervical and thoracic spine (neck/upper back), shoulder rotational capacity, triceps, hamstrings, and quads/hips. See y'all tonight at 6:30. ~Jesse
Hey peeps! We are gonna have to shut down shop for tomorrow because of the weather. I will post the Home WOD tomorrow morning for you all to do. Be safe if you are forced to go out in the snow! The Open workout 15.2 will be announced tomorrow night at 8pm.
Fructose can enter the cell through 2 pathways. However, high fructose, when entering the cell skips an important step in the pathway of glycolysis in the liver. Research shows that high fructose may impair insulin efficiency, increasing the synthesis of fat and triglycerides. Fructose in this pathway is converted to fructose-1-P, stimulating glucokinase, leading to the uptake of glucose into the cell and the delivery of more glucose to glycolysis, leading to the production of acetyl CoA. Acetyl CoA is the basic building block for fat synthesis. Fructose can also convert to glyceraldehyde-3-P, this is the backbone of triglyceride molecules. Drink water not Soda. -C (courtesy of FN 620)
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The good news is that it's just rain today... Wednesday WOD http://athletic-asylum.com/wednesday-march-4-2015/daily-wod/