Women’s Strength Program

Over the last few months I’ve been toying around with the idea of doing a strength/power program for our KoP athletes. Although we have barbell strength classes, having a more structured group would be both fun and productive to keep our members accountable. It was suggested to me by more than a few people to do a women’s only strength class. It makes sense. There are plenty of women in our gym who can move relatively well, but might not have the right focus or knowledge when it comes to a strength program. And so Next Level Strength was born. 

The name needs work. I know. Maybe the group of 10 women that were chosen can help me come up with a better name. I had interest from well over that number, but in wanting to keep it small, I had to actually deny people from this. Crazy. This program will encompass everything from getting stronger, to getting quicker, to leaning out. Sounds pretty good right?

If you are interested in what the program will entail, head over to this link. If you’re just interested in knowing who will participate in the program, read below.

Final Group

(alphabetical by last name)

Roni A.

Jess C.

Denise C.

Megs

Stasie F.

Sarah J.

Kate K.

JNa

Joy N.

Ditty

Jen S.

You all will be receiving an email from me explaining details and payment. For now, sit tight, get excited, and get ready to get STRONG!

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Last Minute CrossFit/Paleo Gifts

If you’re shopping for that CrossFitter and/or Paleo Person in your life, don’t fret! Here are some ideal Paleo gifts that will ship to you quickly, especially if you have Amazon Prime. (I’ve frequently ordered something on a Tuesday morning and have it on my doorstep on Wednesday afternoon…incredible!) Foam rollers, jump ropes, paleo nutrition books, paleo recipe books, food processors, produce such as ghee, coconut flour, and almond flour…you can find most things to satisfy beginner to advanced CrossFit/Paleo people. There’s even a kids’ book about Paleo, called “Paleo Pals!”

Constantly Varied Store

Besides these books and products, I also recommend Steve’s Club PaleoKits. Considering that they’re delicious and the money goes to a good cause to help kids stay off the streets and in the gym, this is a win-win. 

Kitchen Tip: Get that Grease Off!

Ever cook something and need to get that hardened grease off a pan? Soaking is ok, but if you want a quicker and more thorough way, put some water in the pan (enough to cover the bottom and then some) and throw it back on the fire.  Once it’s boiling I like to take a silicone turner/flipper/spatula and scrape the bottom. The hardened grease is now soft and comes off super easy.