CrossFit Schedule

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Monday Mar 2

Tuesday Mar 3

Tuesday Mar 3

Wednesday Mar 4

Wednesday Mar 4

Thursday Mar 5

WODS

Week of 1/26/15

Week of 1/26/15:

 

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Monday, 1/26/15:

 

CrossFit:

20mins: OHS, 1RM

 

8min AMRAP:

12 OHS (95/65)

24 Double unders

 

Just Results:

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Week of 12/29/14

Monday, 12/29/14:

CrossFit:

20mins: bench press: 3-3-3-3-3

4 rounds, 18min cap

500m row

Rest is equal to the time it took you to row the 500m.

 

Just Results:

30min partner AMRAP:

Alternating partners, 

9 bench press

12 burpees

15 cal row

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Training for Fat Loss?

I’ve spent the better part of a decade earning a living by training clients and working with athletes. In that time, the biggest misconceptions that I have seen over and over have been related to training for fat loss. I hate to generalize, but most women (and some men) believe that they should avoid all weight training and only perform “cardio” and abdominal exercises to get their ideal physique. I see this manifest in our group classes in the form of going through the motions during the strength portion and then only focusing on the conditioning portion of the workout – and often followed up by a few sets of sit-ups or something similar.

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What is O.M.T?

What is the Operation Muffin Top Bootcamp?
Certain food groups (like grains, legumes, sweets, alcohol and dairy) are probably having a negative impact on your health and fitness without you even realizing it. Are your energy levels inconsistent or non-existent? Do you have aches and pains that can’t be explained by over-use or injury? Are you having a hard time losing weight no matter how hard you try? Do you have some sort of condition (like skin problems, digestive ailments, seasonal allergies or fertility issues) that medication hasn’t helped? These symptoms may be directly related to the foods you eat – even the “healthy” stuff. So how do you know if (and how) these foods are affecting you?

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Don't Let Santa Weigh You Down

The holiday season is filled with temptations, starting with all those little snack size candies that are everywhere for Halloween, to the abundance of sweets, cookies, pies, and endless other holiday treats that seem to follow us everywhere we go during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. Operation Muffin Top has finally come to an end and for most of you was just what you needed to start the holidays off at the top of your game. Many of you have been great at really sticking to Paleo for this bootcamp challenge, taking advantage of our meal plans and diet guidelines.

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Three Cheers to Health

Hello all! My name is Debbie Aloupis, and I’m proud to say that this is my first blog posting for Carozza Fitness! My passion for fitness and nutrition has landed me here, and I’m hoping I can get you all to cheer along to health with me! I am currently completing my certification as a Health and Nutrition Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and have leaned SO much about diet and wellness, that I’m SO excited to share. I’m looking forward to working with clients who are looking to make healthy food and lifestyle changes.

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What Did You Eat Pre-WOD?

I am often asked if it is alright to train on an empty stomach. I think this is a common issue for anyone who needs to get to the gym early in the morning. Eating a breakfast of solid foods such as eggs, veggies, and maybe some fruit before a 6am workout can be difficult, if not impossible, for many people. You’ll have to be up early to prepare breakfast, eat, allow adequate time for digestion and get to the gym for your training session. Even if you prepare food ahead of time, many people don’t have much of an appetite upon waking.

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Big Bad Mudder's

Hey everyone! Sorry for being so unresponsive the last couple of months, but my schedule has been CRAZY. Between Varsity Soccer practices and games and doing all of my homework, I’ve barely had time to breathe. But I’m BACK!!

I first want to congratulate everyone who participated in this weekend’s Tough Mudder (including my parents). I know how much hard work and dedication you all must have put into it! (Not to mention how much sweat and body temperature you must have lost).

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