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Roots Ladies LULULEMON Night

19
Oct

Roots Ladies LULULEMON Night

“Jack”
Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:
115 pound Push press, 10 reps
10 KB Swings, 1.5 pood
10 Box jumps, 24 inch box

Here, a WTF Level 5 and a Level 7 eat dinner in harmony. One plate contains just brussels sprouts and chicken while the other has brussels sprouts, chicken, and cheese potatoes. Roots Couples that are doing the challenge - how many of you went in on the same level? If so, why? If not, why? For those of you who are doing this challenge without a partner in crime, how are you dealing with dinner time and family? Post to comments.

We now take a break from our regularly scheduled WTF Challenge Level detailing to announce…

ROOTS LADIES LULULEMON NIGHT!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12th!

Exclusive Roots Ladies Private Party at Lululemon Athletica

The amazing staff at Lululemon Athletica and Nicole, Lululemon Ambassador extraordinaire, invite you to a Roots-only night of wine, cheese, mingling, meeting, and, OM, maybe some shopping.

When: Friday, November 12th from 6-8pm

Where: Lululemon Athletica at the 29th Street Mall
Why: Because we want to celebrate the fact that you work hard for your body.  And Lululemon clothes sure offer a nice way to show off the hard work:)

Why do you like working out in Lulu?  Post to comments.

15 Responses

  1. shane

    umm…I can’t help but notice that it does not say “ladies only” which brings me to my next point; Can guys attend? You know, I just think it’s important that us guys show our appreciation as well. That’s all.

  2. Nicole

    Well Gentlemen – I’ll see what I can do. Yes, many of you do wear Lulu. Maybe we can make it a Roots night. I’ll get back to you today.

  3. Caps

    I’m going through the challenge solo, and one of my biggest keys is to mute the TV and avert my eyes during food ads. Out of sight, out of mind, and stay focused on my goal. Buying healthy in the grocery store is the easy part; finding the resolve not to call out for something when I’m tired, don’t want to cook, and crave something delicious is the hard part.

  4. Nicole

    We (Shane and Nicole) are meeting Erik Fredrickson at the UMC on campus tomorrow (Thursday). We’re betting lunch that we can find him a WTF Challenge Level 9 certified meal at the UMC cafeteria. If you’re on campus, feel free to join us at 1:45!

  5. Olivia

    Caps.. I still watch food network..no problem becauuuuse paleo or “wtf paleo” can still be delish!!! I made some DANK grass fed meatballs last night .. Ill post the recipe later! 🙂 plus no need to crave the food in ads because I bet its fake haha.. Formaldahyde and clay doesn’t sound gooood!

  6. Caps

    Olivia, looking forward to your meatball recipe!

    Nicole, I have a meeting at 1 but I think I can get there by 1:45. At the UMC I do spinach, two hardboiled eggs (not pastured, surely), cucumbers, tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots, oil and vinegar, with some strawberries or an apple on the side. I don’t recommend the sliced deli meat they provide for the salads; it tastes bad and the taste permeates the whole salad! Maybe get a few pieces to try, but don’t go hog wild =)

  7. Olivia

    Paleo WTF MeatBALLIN’
    I modified a recipe I found on crossfit santa cruz so dont give me too much credit:

    So I’ll explain meat part first, then sauce..

    You’ll need:
    ~2.5-3 lbs of grassfed beef (unless you are below level 7 of course.. in that case you could go to whole foods and do half pork chorizo or breakfast sausage and half beef for little bit more flavor)
    – 3 eggs
    – 1/2 yellow onion chopped fine
    – 2 celery stalks chopped
    – 2 T parsley (fresh or dried is fine too)
    – 1-2 T italian seasonings or just do a little oregano/basil mix
    -1 teaspoon black pepper (i threw in some cayenne for a little kick too)
    – Throw in a dash of thyme and rosemary too just for kicks if you have it
    Mix together, by hand, and form 2 inch diameter balls and place in a baking dish (set aside).

    Preheat oven @ 350 F

    THEN: Sauce:
    you’ll need
    -2 large Heirloom tomatoes (peel them if you want- i like the skins cuz I’m weird- but dice up to add to sauce)
    – 1 can of tomato paste (salt free is available)
    – 1 can diced tomatoes (no salt also exists) or dice some regular tomatoes like I did!
    – 1/2 yellow onion (use the other half from the meatball)
    – 1/2 cup red wine
    – Some grassfed butter
    – 3 cloves garlic chopped (doesnt have to be extremely small, just trying to get the flavor)

    Heat the butter up on medium heat in a medium sized saucepan(don’t need too much, just about a Tablespoon or so). Once the butter starts to melt, add onion and garlics into the pan. After the onions have become transluscent, add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a simmer.

    Take the sauce and pour it over the meatballs, bake for 45 mins in your 350 oven! You can obviously scale back the recipe if you can’t deal with that many leftovers but hey.. its a preemtive strike against cooking the next few days OR feeds a large family!

    BTW I ate mine with cauliflower ‘rice’, as the original recipe suggested, which is super easy and really good with it: Just take a head of cauliflower, throw it in the food processor until it turns into a rice consistancy. Don’t overdo it though because it will be weird. Then put it in a microwave bowl and COVER, do NOT add water, and microwave for 5 minutes on 50% power!

    Yum.

  8. Tracy

    okay- so i just went searching for something to help me with my gum-addiction and found some “tea tree toothpicks” made by Tea Tree Therapy. good stuff – no sugar, just natural extracts! Found them at Sprouts, but i’m sure they are available elsewhere.

    HA- i just read the label on the back, and it states that “their long-lasting flavor can be an aid to those giving up smoking” well, in this case, those giving up gum and chocolate! 🙂

  9. Caps

    Shane, I don’t believe you. If you wake up tomorrow with two hardboiled eggs in your mouth, then I’ll know for sure you can’t.