Monday July 27, 2015
July 26, 2015
Wednesday July 29, 2015
July 28, 2015

Candice is doing a great job of keeping her form throughout her Kettlebell Swings!

Happy Birthday Diane and Braedon!

Attention Kickball Team: This is the last week of the Playoffs! We have three games this Wednesday, the first is at 6:00pm, then 8:00pm and finally the last is at 9:00pm. We would like for everyone to be there at 5:30 so that we can get warmed up! We need to know who will be there and who wont, so please text Kory at 801-870-3854 and let him know ASAP! Let’s get another three wins so that we can take the whole thing!
Attention Nutrition Challenge participants: The Challenge is ending this Wednesday July 29th! We will be re-testing the Cash Outs and taking the body composition stats this week, make sure to have all of your points added up and ready to go!


Gymnastics Conditioning:
30 Strict Toes to Bar for time

21 Thrusters, 95/65
21 Kettlebell Swings, 2-pood/1.5-pood
400 meter Run
15 Thrusters, 95/65
15 Kettlebell Swings, 2-pood/1.5-pood
400 meter Run
9 Thrusters, 95/65
9 Kettlebell Swings, 2-pood/1.5-pood
400 meter Run


10 nutrition habits for more strength and muscle

By Alex McMahon
habits are the most important factor when building strength.

Sure, programming is incredibly important if you want achieve your goals, but it’s the combination of proper training, nutrition and recovery that will provide the greatest stimulus for gains. You need ritual and routine to drive the daily effort and progress.

There are no shortcuts or hacks when it comes to building strength and muscle, you earn what you build with dedication and consistency. Long-term goals look just like mountains sometimes – Huge from the bottom up, and too much to take on all at once.

But this is just a limitation of one’s mindset. By focusing on smaller habits, you can effectively chew that mountain down into small pebbles. You can’t climb it all at once, but you can certainly fill and carry your bucket of stones daily. In time, you’ll build your unique mountain.

With a little dedication and consistency, you will create a brand new lifestyle that results in increased strength and muscle all on its own.

Click here to read the full article.

“Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools.”

~Napoleon Bonaparte