Diet Dilemmas


There is so much truth in the photo below. Media pushes us in so many different directions that sometimes we don’t even know where to begin. Ultimately, if you want to be healthy, you have to do what’s best for your body. What works for one person, may not work for another.

A good starting point is to remove processed foods from your diet. This doesn’t mean that they cannot be consumed, they just shouldn’t be a staple in your day to day life. We advise focusing on lean meats, vegetables, and fruit as your main source of food. Once you have that down, you can experiment and see what foods are worth indulging in and what foods you should avoid.

Focus on building consistent habits. For some, that means an all or nothing approach until they get the hang of it while others may need to ease into it to be more successful.

Start trying. Don’t wait for the answers. Trial and error is the best way to grow and learn!


Workout of the Day

A.) 3 Sets:

8-10/S SA Tall kneeling Antirotation OH Press (20x4) 

20 DKB Hollow Rocks

B.) For Time:

15 Jerks (165/115)

20 Burpees Over Bar 

15 Jerks