Workout of the Day
GYMNASTICS PULL C
15:00 for Quality
A1: Kipping pull-up (see below)
A2: 3-5 each way Log Roll + 2 Tuck-Ups
A3: 1:00 ATG Squat
Version 1 (Novice)
(3-5x) Jumping Pull-up + 3 sec lock-off + 3 sec negative
Version 2 (intermediate)
(3x) 2 Kip swings + pause kipping Pull-Up
Version 3 (advanced)
3-6 cycled Kipping Pull-Ups with 1 sec pause at top
Every 5:00 x 5 Rounds
10 Touch & Go Deadlifts
Try to stay consistent on your run times and gradually increase weight on the deadlifts, as long as your technique is perfect!
Free Nutrition Seminar with Laura Geraty next week!
Join CFSBKer and Registered Dietitian Laura Geraty as she presents a free nutrition seminar for the CFSBK community! This seminar will be between 45-60 minutes long (depending on how many questions at the end).
Why Diets Don’t Work (and, okay, so then what?)
Diets today come in many forms from the obvious to the covert, from WW to Intermittent Fasting. And while they all promise a laundry list of benefits, typically they are really about restriction for weight loss. Do any of them actually work? We’ll get into the research about why somewhere between 80-98% of dieters regain lost weight within 5 years, with about two-thirds of dieters gaining more than they lost. (Spoiler: It is not you, it’s the diet…in any form.) Topics include the myth of willpower (“if we just ate less and moved more…”), metabolic adaptation, set point theory and how to start thinking about health and nutrition without restriction.
When: Mar 29 at 12:00 PM
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
I will send out a recording to all who registered shortly after the seminar is over. That way no one misses out if they are truly interested.
Laura Geraty, MS, RD, LDN
Laura Geraty is a weight-neutral registered dietitian, certified Intuitive Eating counselor, personal chef and chef instructor based in Brooklyn. She earned her master’s in nutrition communication at Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition and completed her dietetic training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, both in Boston, Massachusetts. Laura began her nutrition career working as an outpatient dietitian at Boston Medical Center before moving to New York where she transitioned to private practice.
When not working with clients, you will find Laura at one of our many neighborhood playgrounds with her two small kids, cooking in her kitchen, or walking through Prospect Park.