FallOut CrossFit – School of Elite Fitness Tri-cities, WA

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Food Inc

Come to FallOut CrossFit to join us in viewing Food Inc. August 4th @ 6:30pm (we will still be having the 5:30pm class)

Food Inc. exposes America’s industrialized food system and its effect on our environment, health, economy and workers’ rights. Learn about these issues and take action through the Hungry For Change cafeteria and check out the 10 Simple Tips for making positive changes in your eating habits. Learn more about these issues and how you can take action on Takepart.com. Our current food system is broken and because of our high calorie, sugar laden processed foods coupled with our sedentary lifestyles is growing our waistlines and contributing to serious health issues like diabetes, heart ailments and cancers. One-third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. And unless something changes many of these children will become diabetic also.

Some of our most important staple foods have been fundamentally altered, and genetically engineered meat and produce have already invaded our grocery stores and our kitchen pantries. Not to mention that approximately 10 billion animals (chickens, cattle, hogs, ducks, turkeys, lambs and sheep) are raised and killed in the US annually. Nearly all of them are raised on factory farms under inhumane conditions. These industrial farms are also dangerous for their workers, pollute surrounding communities, are unsafe to our food system and contribute significantly to global warming. There is a better option, sustainable foods can be found in your community by purchasing organic and/or locally grown produce and products. It’s easy to find farmers markets, Community Supported Agriculture programs, restaurants and more with the user-friendly Eat Well Guide. Simply type in your zip code to find out what’s in season near you.

Parental warning – This movie is RATED PG (some content may not be suitable for children)


WOD: Tuesday

5 Rounds, each for time: (4:00 Cap/ Round)

  • 10 Pull-ups
  • 15 Clapping Push-ups
  • 20 SDHP (95/65 75/45 55/35)
  • Rest the same amount of time it took you to finish the round.

WOD: Wednesday

  • 18 Deadlift (135/95 115/75 <95/55)
  • 400 M Run
  • 15 Front Squat
  • 400m Run
  • 12 Power Cleans
  • 400m Run
  • 9 Cleans
  • 400m Run
  • 6 Power Snatch
  • 400m Run
  • 3 Snatch
  • 400m Run

WOD Thursday

Squat Maddness!!

On the min every min complete squats shown (5-30), if you fall off the clock continue doing burpees until the end. Level II: Add 10 per min Level III: add 15 per minute

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