Our Nutrition Manifesto
CrossFit London
by PJ Cavalli
7M ago
The weight management industry is huge yet unregulated, and its advice is contradictory and confusing. We thought it ethical to clearly outline the strategy our team will use to help you build the capacity in managing what you eat. OBJECTIVE 1  Restore normal eating The last 30 years have proven beyond doubt that simply manipulating food –  be it by calorie counting, playing with macros, bingeing on a specific type of food, banning others and playing with time slots – has little lasting positive effect. Apart from not working, attempts to deploy starvation and deprivation method ..read more
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Our Nutrition Manifesto
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
11M ago
The weight management industry is huge yet unregulated, and its advice is contradictory and confusing. We thought it ethical to clearly outline the strategy our team will use to help you build the capacity in managing what you eat. OBJECTIVE 1  Restore normal eating The last 30 years have proven beyond doubt that simply manipulating food –  be it by calorie counting, playing with macros, bingeing on a specific type of food, banning others and playing with time slots – has little lasting positive effect. Apart from not working, attempts to deploy starvation and deprivation method ..read more
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Boxing at Crossfit London
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Thursday the 19th of May is an important date for both CrossFit London, those who love boxing and those who want to give it a  go! Thursday 19th May , at 6.45 am,  will be the first of our boxing classes. This will be part of a 6-week soft launch of an “open to all” boxing club that will cater for none contact, those aspiring to box in white-collar matches, and those committed to the art and are aiming to compete. Before more classes are rolled out  (at the end of June ), we will operate a 1-hour session at  6.45 am and a 7 pm on Tuesday and Thursdays. W ..read more
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The rowing skill class
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Do you feel and look like a demented chimpanzee when you try to row? It’s ok, many people do. However, on  Sunday 20th March at 1 pm at Crossfit London, we are staging a 1-hour technique rowing skills class where we will teach you: The “pick drills” . The fundamental learning process used by all competent rowers. Easy to learn easy to practice Drag factors. You need to assess each rower every time you get on it. The Drag factor does that!  We will teach you how to work out then set the drag factor . Stroke rates. Most untaught people try and do way too many strokes per minute. This ..read more
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Coach Nico: Easing out of lockdown
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Hey guys, Coach Nico here. First and foremost, I wanted to congratulate and thank everyone who was involved in the Open this year. You guys smashed it and even though it was a weird year, a lot of members took part in it, with or without equipment, and showed up every Saturday for our big Zoom class alongside our friends The Wick and P10 Fitness. So thank you guys, you made this 2021 CrossFit Open edition even more special! Also, I hope you enjoyed the 3 weeks and 4 workouts because we might meet them again soon… As I am writing this it is the 4th of April, and the gyms will reopen officiall ..read more
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Stuck at your desk? Try these stretches!
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Try these 4 stretches if you find yourself stuck at your desk for hours at a time, hunched over? Try these 4 stretches to open up the chest and relieve some of your upper back pain. Thoracic stretch against the wall: Place your hands on a flat wall, move back and bend your knees slightly. Gently push your head through your hands until you feel a stretch. Repeat 5-10 times, slow and controlled movements. Pec Minor stretch: Raise your arm forward against the wall above your head. Turn the body away in the opposite direction to feel the stretch. You can do this dynamically and hold it for 10 seco ..read more
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Nutrition, sleep and getting back to the gym  
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Juan , one of our  Senior  CrossFit and nutrition(PN1) Coaches gives you some useful tips and hints Nutrition Coach PN1 1: Sleep is the big mama when it comes to recovery, we all are very excited about getting our lives back and finally getting back to the gyms…but remember to try to not overdo it, give your body the time to recover, and adapt to training. Getting 7 to 9  hours a day of sleep is crucial for adaptation. 2 Responsible nutrition, after a year of lockdown and not being regular with our training you might have gained a few pounds…and that is ok. Just remember that ou ..read more
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Cape Town Cooking Club
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
There’s a new breakfast spot in town, right on our very own doorstep In Crossfit London! We can’t wait to have you back, training and brunching. In the meantime, check out the menu for The Cape Town Cooking Club on Deliveroo! Imagine how lovely a  smashed avo on your choice of rinkoff bakery toast with paprika pumpkin seeds, chilli flakes and fresh sprouts would be ! Get it here You can’t go wrong with the challah protein French toast drizzled in Canadian maple, fresh berries, and mascarpone! Not actually made in heaven, but at Crossfit London! Delicious! it just makes you want to  ..read more
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The Magic of fascia
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
      Before the ball https://crossfitlondonuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/b049e67f-e6ff-4f90-bcdb-507bf7f3c98f.mp4 after the ball https://crossfitlondonuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/adeaf830-22ba-49cf-99a0-3006af1a7867.mp4 so, the big mystery, where do you stuff the ball to get fascia gains? all this and more at Crossfit london The post The Magic of fascia appeared first on CrossFit London. The post The Magic of fascia appeared first on CrossFit London ..read more
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Vitamins and minerals
CrossFit London
by Andrew Stemler
2y ago
Vitamins and Minerals play an essential role in all metabolic processes such as digestion, repair, energy transfer, immunity, and nervous system function. If we don’t get enough of it we simply won’t function properly. When it comes to supplementation, bear in mind that no amount of supplements will fix a bad diet. Before we dive into what supplements to take we need to aim to get all our nutrients from our food. However, because of dietary restrictions, time of the year, or simply because of the quantities we need, getting it from food can be difficult. Omega 3 fatty acids Why? Lower in ..read more
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