Thursday, June 4, 2009

Fri. 6-5-09 WOD

Friday 6-5-09

"CrossFit Total"

Back squat, 1 rep
Shoulder Press, 1 rep
Deadlift, 1 rep


Grocery Shopping Tours

"Grocery Shopping Tours With Fitness & Nutrition Experts Danny Aguirre & Jeremy Barnett are Here to Help Stop Your Food Shopping Confusion Forever and Helps You Get Fit Fast!"

Join fellow shoppers to discover:
How to quickly and easily make the most healthful and delicious choices for you and your family.
How to put together healthy meals and snacks in a snap!
How to know what low fat, light, less, lower and other food labels really mean
Understand portion sizes
Learn how to properly read food labels and ingredients
What's better: butter or margarine, frozen or fresh, low fat or low carb? (The answers will surprise you.)
How to finally stop dieting and make healthful eating a natural part of your life!

Stop blaming yourself and finally learn to choose foods that energize you, work to boost your metabolism and help you feel the best you have in your life. Selecting foods for you and your family will become an enjoyable and understandable process, not a confusing chore!

Registration for this exclusive Grocery Shopping Tour is limited to the first 10 people to Register at Evolved Athletics. $10 cash early registration, $25 cash at the door.

Discover how to double your energy, burn fat and get healthy with Evolved Athletics.

Call 239-851-3940 or for more information.

Grocery Shopping Tour Dates:
June 6th, 13th & 20th , 2009

Start Time: 12:00pm

Location: Publix on the corner of Gladiolus & San Carlos Blvd.

Evolved Athletics
16120 San Carlos Blvd. Unit 4
Ft. Myers, Fl. 33908

1 comment:

  1. CrossFit Total Score & Rankings.
    Rankings are calculated using the Wilks Frmula.

    Wilks formula: Developed by Robert Wilks of Australia, the Wilks formula was adopted for use in the The International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) in January 1997 and a year later for USA Powerlifting (USAPL) meets. Similar to most of the other formulas, the Wilks adjusted total is usually calculated using a coefficient table (in pounds), but this calculator uses the actual mathematical formula. This makes it preciser, but might lead to minor discrepancies when compared to table generated results, especially if bodyweights are not given as increments of 0.1 kg/0.25 lbs. For those interested in research, here's a paper that validates the formula for use with bench result and totals.
    [Granularity: mathematical formula, supports any bodyweight. Default handicaps: bodyweight, gender, teens 14-23 (Foster's), masters 40-90 years (McCulloch)]

    Lifters / Score / Rankings

    Amy-Score=480 Ranking=12th
    Ben-Score=805 Ranking=6th
    Lynne H.-Score=245 Ranking 21st
    Joe-Score=925 Ranking=4th
    Shannon-Score=235 Ranking=20th
    Justin-Score=535 Ranking=18th
    Tenya-Score=400 Ranking 14th
    Shannon S.-Score=395 Ranking=11th
    Efrain-Score=605 Ranking=13th
    Julie-Score=380 Ranking=8th
    Josh-Score=745 Ranking=9th
    Andy-Score=755 Ranking=5th
    Lindsay-Score=490 Ranking=3rd
    Trey-Score=245 Ranking=19th
    Lynn B.-Score=315 Ranking=10th
    Anisha-Score=315 Ranking=16th
    Amber-Score=410 Ranking=15th
    Ron-Score=895 Ranking=2nd
    Rich-Score=815 Ranking=7th

    Terri-Score=485 Ranking-1st CONGRAT's!!!

    Lisa P.-Score=325 Ranking=17th