Breakfast is one of my favorite meals of the day. One of my go-to meals is my Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich, served on avocado toast. It has eggs, bacon, cheese, avocado, lettuce and tomato.
CrossFit OUR in Draper, UT is hosting a fundraiser in hopes of raising $10,000 for Operation Underground Railroad, a non-profit dedicated to saving children from sex trafficking. In honor of Operation Underground Railroad, their fundraiser WOD is the workout for today. Donate here if you would like to support the cause. The Workout Complete with (more…)
It’s been really hot lately, even so up here in the Pacific Northwest. With the high temps, motivation to work out has been difficult. My workout space is either in the garage or in the driveway. The garage is steamy during the day and the driveway is full sun until later in the afternoon, but (more…)
Red beans and rice is a staple dish in our house. Diane prefers vegetarian so I make the dish so, but add some grilled chicken or shrimp into my bowl for some added protein. Traditional recipes I’ve seen on the inter-webs only use one kind of pepper; green bell pepper. I like robust flavor so (more…)
You work for 3 minutes then rest a minute after each round. This is for total reps, at then end we’ll total up all 4 rounds.
Baseline Run is a traditional Crossfit / HIIT workout designed to gauge an athletes level of fitness.
One of my new favorite breakfasts is fried rice. We make a pot of rice almost every night with dinner, so I’ve gotten into the habit of using the leftover, day old rice to make fried rice for breakfast. It has vegetables, eggs, pork, rice and a health fat (avocado oil). The great thing is (more…)
This fun little WOD will work your whole body and its kid friendly also. The title says Fight Gone Bad Style, that relates to the interval schema of a popular Crossfit Benchmark workout, 1 minute of work at each of the 5 movements, followed by a 1 minute of rest, for a total of 3 (more…)
Today’s WOD is Tabata, which is an interval workout. There are five movements, cycling through a single movement for four minutes, working 20 seconds on 10 seconds off for 8 rounds. After the four minutes, rest a minute, then repeat the 4 minute / 1 minute cycle through each of the remaining movements. In total (more…)
This is a great little work out that can be done just about anywhere; at home in your living room, outside in the park or your driveway, in your office or even in a hotel room. This AMRAP is also easy enough to invite your kids to work out with you.