“Nasty Girls”
3 rounds for time of:
50 Squats
7 Muscle-ups
10 Hang power cleans (135 lbs)

Last Chance for Spring Food Challenge

There is 1 spot left in the spring fuel challenge so be sure to sign-up if you’d like to participate.  Sign-up here.

If you’d like to have your body fat tested independent of participating in the challenge, a few spots remain for tomorrow’s mobile hydrostatic body fat testing (rescheduled from Tuesday due to snow).  The cost to individuals not participating in the challenge is $40 for a single test and $60 for a before and after test.

DUNK TANK INFORMATION:

The mobile hydrostatic body fat testing truck will be at Roots on Monday, April 8th and Tuesday, April 9th. This test gives you your weight, lean body mass, and percent body fat. Reserve your time using the links below. 

Sign up for – Thursday 4/11

What to expect:

  1. Bring a swimsuit and a towel.  Change in the privacy of our dressing room located inside the lab.
  2. Don’t eat anything 2 hours prior.  Eating a big meal within 2 hours before the test may affect your results by up to 1 1/2%, but no more. Therefore, we advise you not to eat within two hours before the test. Working out and drinking water is okay.
  3. You should try to use the restroom and take a shower if possible. Also, please do not have large amounts of makeup or hair gel on when taking the test.
  4. Submerge yourself in water.  You will totally submerge yourself in water for only a few seconds. Simply count from one to five while underwater. You are in complete control.

The water is heated to between 89° and 94°, depending on the season. The water is also chemically treated for cleanliness to meet all local swimming pool and hot tub requirements of the local health department. We also replace the water every night.  We have a private dressing room onboard and for your comfort the lab is air conditioned in the summer and heated in the winter.

A trained technician will be with you every second of the test. You will have privacy and confidentiality during the entire test, which takes approximately 10 minutes.

Questions?  Post to comments.