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

Soy…is it safe?

According to most Soy is the epitome of healthiness! Eat soy and you can lose weight, protect your heart, lower your cholesterol, have more energy, and reduce the symptoms of menopause, among many other reported benefits. But if you look closely, it is a toxic food substance that can lead to many health problems including malnutrition, digestive distress, immune-system breakdown, thyroid dysfunction, cognitive decline, reproductive disorders, and infertility — even cancer and heart disease. For more information on this read this article published by Dr. Mercola – How to Get the Benefits of Soy …
Without All the Health Risks
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  • Here are some reasons why Soy is not what they claim it is (more details in the article)

    1. It contains natural toxins known as “antinutrients.”
    2. Soy contains hemagglutinin.
    3. Soy contains goitrogens.
    4. Soy contains phytates.
    5. Soy is loaded with phytoestrogens (isoflavones) genistein and daidzein.
    6. Soy has high levels of aluminum & potentially toxic levels of manganese.
    7. Soy infant formula puts your baby at risk.

WOD: AMRAP 15 minutes

  • MEN
    • 5 Handstand Push-ups
    • Squat snatch, 7 reps
    • 20″ Box jumps, 10 reps
  • WOMEN
    • 3 Handstand Push-ups
    • Squat snatch, 7 reps
    • 20″ Box jumps, 10 reps
  • Level III – 95/55 No step ups!
  • Level II – 65/45 step ups (ok but 2 rd penalty deduction)
    • Sub HSPU for strict Press
  • Level I – <45/35 step ups (ok no penalty)
    • Sub HSPU for strict Press
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