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CrossFit Allegiance – CrossFit

Tip #9 Don’t Overcook or Burn Your Meat
Meat can be a nutritious and healthy part of the diet. It is very high in protein, and contains various important nutrients.

The problems occur when meat is overcooked and burnt. This can lead to the formation of harmful compounds that raise the risk of cancer especially found in chicken when overcooked on charcoal grilling.
Results showed that chicken breast cooked by charcoal grilling contained the highest content, followed by pan-fried chicken breast, deep-fried chicken breast, then roasted chicken breast. The most abundant was detected in charcoal grilled chicken breast.

So, eat your meat, just don’t overcook or burn it.

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Gymnastics

Metcon (3 Rounds for reps)

ADV RX

R1 AMRAP x 2: Strict HSPU (floor)

Rest 2:00

R2 AMRAP 2: Strict HSPU (5″ elevation)

Rest 2:00

R3 AMRAP 2: Kipping HSPU (floor)

On the first 2:00, we are looking to challenge our strict handstand pushups beyond the “Open standard” (which we’ll see in the second two minutes of work. On the final kipping handstand pushups, these are to the floor.

RX

R1 AMRAP x 2: Half Strict Barbell Press 95/65

Rest 2:00

R2 AMRAP 2: DB Press 40/30

Rest 2:00

R3 AMRAP 2: Half Strict Barbell Press 95/65

Metcon

Metcon (Time)

On the 5:00 x 5 Rounds:

9 Box Jump Overs (24″/20″)

9/6 Calorie Bike

9 Deadlifts (205/145)

9/6 Calorie Bike

Score is slowest time

RX step ups are allowed

Metcon (Time)

On the 5:00 x 5 Rounds:

9 Box Jump Overs (24″/20″)

9/6 Calorie Bike

9 Deadlifts (205/145)

9/6 Calorie Bike

Score is slowest time

RX step ups are allowed

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