Congrats to Jessica Smith for completing the “brown bag it” challenge draw and winning a skipping rope!
We’ve all got our go-tos. The veggies we know, love, and can cook, even if just fairly well. You may even have discovered stuff over the last several weeks that you never ate prior to this challenge. One of the mainstays of sustainability is variety. If you are cooking the same food week after week you may still be in food survival mode. That’s not to say that what may be doing is wrong, but wrestling yourself free from making choices out of “gotta get it done” rather than “ooh, that’d be interesting” is an accomplishment worth cultivating. The long term proliferation of this lifestyle comes from creativity, exploration, fun, and being adventurous.
Your Bonus Challenge for Week 7 is to eat a different vegetable every day next week. What does that mean? It means that starting on Monday, you will cook or prepare (and eat) a vegetable each day that you haven’t already eaten that week.
- You don’t have to eat something you’ve never eaten before, you simply must eat a non-repeated vegetable each day
- The vegetables may be cooked or raw
- Any meal counts – breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack
Eat a different vegetable each day next week and earn 2 bonus points – as well as new veggies to add to your culinary repertoire!
Mobility Salminar Reminder – due to not enough sign ups, the seminar is postponed to November 5th.
Buy In– KB Snatch + Windmill 10R/10L
Increase weight each set, rest as needed
WOD – “The Chief”
Compare to Aug 31, 2012
Max Rounds in 3 minutes of:
3 Power Cleans (95/135lbs)
Rest 1 minute between rounds. Repeat 5 times
Score is total completed rounds
Zone 3 – scale power cleans to 75/115lbs
Zone 2 – scale power cleans to 65/95lbs, scale pushups to knees
Zone 1 – scale as needed
Cash Out – 2 min Psoas stretch each side, stretch chest and shoulders with a band as needed