Wednesday 1/8

With a 10 Minute Clock:
3 Rounds for time
7 Squat Clean @ 135/95
7 Burpee
@ the 5 minute mark perform max rep unbroken touch and go squat clean
@ the 7 minute mark perform max rep unbroken touch and go squat clean
@ the 9 minute mark perform max rep unbroken touch and go squat clean
Score is your time for the 3 rounds and the total number of reps performed unbroken

We are hosting a Level 1 Seminar this weekend. There will be one park WOD Saturday at 9:30 am, located at Jane Steele Park (Hamilton & Myrtle). Sunday’s Open Gym will also be cancelled.

These Disturbing Fast Food Truths Will Make You Reconsider Your Lunch

McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Taco Bell — which one are you craving today? It’s pretty likely that you have a favorite fast food chain and that you love many of the tasty options offered at these restaurants. It’s hard to miss them. As of 2012, there were 263,944 fast food restaurants in America with a combined revenue of well over $100 billion.

With a Gallup poll revealing that 8 in 10 Americans eat fast food at least monthly and half saying they eat it weekly, these companies know they have a good thing going. And with all the savvy marketing they do, it’s no wonder you’re itching for that Big Mac. But before you scarf one down, you might want to truly evaluate what’s going on with your fast food. Here are some truths that may make you wonder if you still want to go to there for lunch.

Look at this delicious egg sandwich from Subway:


Too bad you’re eating a lot more than just eggs:

Subway Breakfast B.M.T.

David DiSalvo, a writer at Forbes, decided to really look into the eggs in popular fast food breakfast sandwiches. What he discovered was that their “eggs” are really a strange concoction that includes eggs and “premium egg blend.” Some things that are in this special blend include glycerin, a solvent found in soap and shaving cream, dimethylpolysiloxane, a silicone that can also be found in Silly Putty, and calcium silicate, a sealant used on roofs and concrete. The age of just cracking an egg and cooking it has long since passed.

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