Month: January 2017

Food Friday – Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole

Hey guys, this week’s recipe is one I got from PaleOMG here. I’ve made it twice for Bill and I (first time last week!), because it’s delicious! Bill even asked me to make it again this week- he almost never

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Tracking & Logging

One of the most overlooked tips to improving in your CrossFit goals is keeping track of your workout. It’s easy to forget how far you’ve come when you don’t have a record of it. The best way to remedy this

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Food Friday – Paleo Marinated Pork Tenderloin with Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Marinated Pork Tenderloin with Mashed Sweet Potatoes Marinades are a great way to introduce a lot of flavor, and they are easy! This week we bring you a marinated pork tenderloin that’s flavorful and super easy, along with a twist

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The CrossFit Open

Open Season is upon us! You’ve probably seen some posts on Facebook about signing up for the Open, or may have heard some people that have signed up. But what is the Open? The Open is the feeder into Regionals,

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Food Friday – Fried Cauliflower Rice

Got an easy & “clean” recipe for you guys this week! This one is not consider Paleo, because it has green peas in it, which are considered a legume. If you want to make it Paleo, omit the peas &

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Competing in CrossFit

With the CrossFit Open coming up and some recent interest in competing from gym members, we thought a blog post about CrossFit competitions would be appreciated. The CrossFit Open occurs all around the world for 5 weeks beginning at the

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Food Friday – Beef & Cabbage Stir Fry with Almond Sauce

This is a recipe that Coach Patti & Eric found when they first started cooking predominantly paleo. The original recipe was not paleo but Chef Eric tweaked it over a few months until he found the right combination of ingredients

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Easing Yourself into the New Year

It’s that time of year when everyone is coming up with New Year Resolutions. Interestingly enough, if you don’t have a plan to achieve your resolution, that resolution is just a goal. For example, “I want to decrease my blood

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