The 2016 Paleo Schmaleo Partner Challenge

Begins Monday January 11th!!!

Meeting @ 10AM Saturday January 9, 2016

(At least one partner must attend)

Cost per Team $50

Register and pay at meeting

If you both can not attend or have any questions, email: dawnmarie@crossfit508.com

This is not a Paleo Challenge.  We still believe in Carbs!  This is not a Challenge to do more Crossfit. Anyone can join you!  So, talk to your wife, husband, kids, mom, dad, sister, brother, friends and neighbors.

This is a 6 Week commitment to an active healthier lifestyle.

Eat Meat and Vegetables, Nuts and Seeds, Some Fruit, Little Starch, No Sugar”

  •  Greg Glassman, 100 Words of Fitness

The 7 Habits

  1. Avoid Sugar
  2. Avoid Alcohol
  3. Avoid Flour
  4. Avoid Dairy
  5. Move Every Day
  6. Drink Water
  7. Stretch

Winning….Every Team scoring 500 Points over the 6 Weeks will win Super Cool 508 shirts designed by “Level One” and made just for you guys.  

1st Place Team :

$250

2nd Place Team :

$100 cash

3rd Place Team :

$50 cash

Scoring:

A Perfect Day = 14 points (7 Points each Partner)

A Perfect Week= 98 points

Daily Points per Teammate:

1 Point - 30 minutes of activity

1 Point - Drink Water (⅓ your body weight in ounces)

1 Point - per 10 minutes of Mobility (outside of 508 Classes)

4 Points:  Perfect day of eating.

Example:  No Sugar, No Flour, No Alcohol & No Dairy

3 Points:  One minor slip.

Example:  Milk in the coffee, one tortilla chip, one Cheerio, one bit or sip of anything that is not allowed.

2 Points:  Significant slip, but not an entire meal.

Example:  One glass of wine or one beer, finished your kid’s Mac ’N Cheese, piece of bread at dinner.

1 Points:  Major slip, a full meal went bad.

Example:  You had Pizza or pasta for dinner, more than one alcoholic drink, dessert.

0 Points:  More than one meal went bad throughout the day.

Example:  You went off the rails at dinner and then went out for drinks.

THE BASICS

What is Considered Activity?

  • Walking
  • Running
  • Crossfit  (of Course)
  • Spinning, Yoga, Elliptical
  • Anything that is constant, unbroken and mindful!!!

What Can I Eat?

  • Lean meats – beef, veal, venison, lamb, chicken, bison, etc (try to eat the grass-fed versions of these if at all possible)
  • Fish – salmon, tilapia, bass, etc.
  • Seafood
  • Eggs – go for it
  • Vegetables – Yes! Many!
  • Rice, Beans & Oatmeal (real oatmeal...not the apples and cinnamon multi packs)
  • Fruit
  • Nuts
  • Natural oils – olive, coconut and avocado oils

Say NO to:

  • All flours. Almond flour, coconut flour..no baked goods of any kind...even if spun by the angels!
  • All sweeteners… honey, agave nectar, stevia, coconut sugar
  • Alcohol, juice, soda
  • Dairy… cream in the coffee, cheeses, yogurt
  • Condiments with added sugar or High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • All protein bars. Quest Bars, Kaleo Cookies, Lara Bars
  • All sport supplements that are not directly before, during, or after training

Commonly asked, and are OK:

  • Deli Meats (no sugar added)
  • Bacon (no sugar added)
  • Potatoes (but not fries)
  • Coconut, olive, avocado, and nut oils
  • Unsweetened Coconut milk, unsweetened almond milk
  • Grass-Fed butter, Ghee, Nutritional Yeast, Salt
  • Coffee (black) and Tea (unsweetened), Seltzer Water
  • Mustards and Hot Sauces made with natural ingredients (no sugar added, no unhealthy oils). Franks Red Hot is a go!
  • Cough Drops….and okay, gum.

Pre/Post Workout Nutrition

Post workout nutrition is not an end all be all. It can definitely  help speed recovery, especially if it will be a while before your next meal. Ideally you want to keep your post workout meal very low in fat.

Foods/Drinks that are OKAY immediately after workout

  • Protein Drinks
  • KILL CLIFF