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5 Rounds For Time:
10 Sandbag Cleans
100 Jump Ropes
5 Suicides

There are many different food labels that contain information about how the food was grown or processed. However, some labels can be misleading. The best labels have an independent certifying agency that guarantees the meaning of the label.
Feel Good Buying (Certified):
"Organic" "Fair Trade" "Free Farmed"
Feel Good Buying (Not Certified):
"Hormone Free" "rBGH Free" "Raised Without Antibiotics" "GE Free" "Non-GMO"
Be Suspicious of:
"All Natural" "Free Range"
Avoid Buying:

Check www.farmaid.org for more info.

Reader Comments (2)

A good breakdown on label topics. So much of the material used to advertise and entice buyers is designed to mislead and having a simple reference is a good idea.

Out of curiousity, what kind of sandbags ant ad what weight are you folks using?
October 11, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterFitz
Our Sandbags were made from the template provided by CrossFit Jersey Shore. They're Truck Tire tubes lined with contractors bags and filled with Play sand. The ends are sealed with a hose clamp, folded over, and wrapped with heavy duty duct tape. They weigh approx 25-35 #'s. Im going to experiment with different sand fillers for a heavier bag in the future. Thanks foe the comment
October 11, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Osorio

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