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Watermeller

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  1. Day 1 - Team WOD, AMRAP 3 mins each station: Pullups, wallballs, med ball throws, tire flips, squats, double unders, burpees, situps (abmat). Day 2- 10 rounds of 15 Deadlifts @ 135lbs , 15 pushups.
  2. FITNESS CHALLENGES CrossFit: Join a local crossfit gym. Attend 3x a week. A wise man is full of strength, and a man of knowledge enhances his might. - Proverbs 24:5 +3 END +2 STR Paleo: When I eat, I eat like a man. A cave-man. So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God - 1 Corinthians 10:31 +4 CONS Fast: Work up to fasting twice a week for breakfast and lunch, until reaching weight-loss goal of 10 lbs. Moses remained there on the mountain with the Lord forty days and forty nights. In all that time he ate no bread and drank no water. And the Lord wrote the terms of the covenant—the Ten Commandments —on the stone tablets. - Exodus 34:28 +2 CONS +1 CHA LEVEL UP YOUR LIFE CHALLENGE: Devotion: Have a daily devotion, read the Bible! For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope. -Romans 15:4 +3 WIS
  3. Well, my school has a great gym, I'm sorry I didn't clarify that. We just have a few things that a lot of the WODs on the crossfit website require. Such as rings and a row machine :/
  4. So, first off I want to say that I love CrossFit. Every time I do a workout I'm completely toasted and feel like I've really worked out. My only problem is this: I'm in college and I can't afford a CrossFit gym. I've tried just doing the WODs on CrossFit.com but there's been a lot of times the workouts they post I just can't do. Usually due to lack of equipment. Does anybody know some good CrossFit programs and/or websites that I can grab WODs from? Any other advice is more than welcome.
  5. I see a lot of you guys are fans of almond milk. However, I stopped drinking almond milk when I read an article on a study that it increases estrogen levels in the body (which is obviously bad for us dudes) which caused at least a slow down in muscle development. Thanks for the clarification guys, I won't go on a crazy milk drinking binge but at least I know now i can have a little.
  6. Before I went paleo I would mix my protein shake with milk to make it taste a little better. Since i'm trying to lose weight should I avoid the milk completely (even though I only drink skim)?
  7. Alrighty, I'm 20 years old, about to start my Junior year in college, and wanna be a Ranger. I LOVE CrossFit. I've been doing it (off and on) for about a year now and always prefer their workouts compared to traditional weight training. However, due to my diet and not sticking with it I haven't seen much results. I'm 5'8", 175lbs, and have a bit of a belly . I bought the Rebel Strength guide because I think it's better for what I'm going for (increased muscle mass, lose the belly). However, how should I treat it? Should I run all the W/Os as a circuit in traditional CrossFit manner and should I stick to the "slim down" portion of the guide? What is the best way to go about the next months of training to get that Ranger body?
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