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Manganese For Dumbells

Manganese is a trace mineral that plays an important role in numerous biological processes throughout the body. It is nutritionally essential only in small amounts, yet manganese is vital to life. Manganese is available in various foods, nevertheless according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it is estimated that as many as 37 percent of Americans do not meet the recommended daily intake for this mineral. Low levels of manganese in the body can cause a variety of health complications. Function The human body contains approximately 15 to 20 mg of manganese, which is primarily found in the bones,

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SEPTEMBER 11

This is a deload week, enjoy and try to be in and out of the gym in less than 60 minutes. Strength: 1) Back squat: Work up to a heavy single in 10 reps or less. *This is not a 1 RM or max out attempt. It is a heavy single for the day. Reps should look something like 3-2-1-1-1-1-1. Work Capacity: 10 rounds (30 minutes) – EMOM, complete: -Minute 1 = 150m row -Minute 2 = Max rep strict deficit HSPU (2-8″) -Minute 3 = 1-3x rope climb, legless *I am leaving a little room for you guys to

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SEPT 10

WEIGHTLIFTING PROGRAM: 1. 3 position snatch: 1st rep from floor, 2nd rep from 2″BELOW the knees, 3rd rep from hang. the 2″ below the knee will be different. the idea here is to learn to get the knees out of the way and not to being your acceleration too soon. (65%x1+1+1, 75%x1+1+1, 80%x1+1+1)3 that is 3 waves….work on getting knees out of way on that 2nd rep. 2. snatch speed pulls: (chest upright) 80×3, 85%x3, 90%x3. you can use straps. drive full foot, finish, pull body down…but keep a very straight chest when pulling down. 3. snatch push press: 5×5

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Chromium For Dumbell

Because of the low absorption and high excretion rates of chromium, toxicity is not at all common in humans, especially with the usual forms of chromium used for supplementation. The amount of chromium that would cause toxicity is estimated to be much more than the amount commonly supplied in supplements. Chromium deficiency is another story, however, with an estimated 25-50% of the U.S. population being deficient in chromium. The United States has a greater incidence of deficiency than any other country, because of very low soil levels of chromium and the loss of this mineral from refined foods, especially sugar

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Folic Acid for dumbells

Folic acid, or folate, is a type of B vitamin. It helps to: · repair DNA · make DNA · produce red blood cells (RBCs) If you don’t have enough folic acid in your diet, you may end up with a folic acid deficiency. Certain foods, like citrus juices and dark green vegetables, are particularly good sources of folate. Not eating enough folic acid can lead to a deficiency in just a few weeks. Deficiency may also occur if you have a disease that prevents your body from absorbing folate. Folic acid deficiency can cause anemia. Anemia is a condition

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SEPTEMBER 9

Strength: 5 rounds (1o minutes) – EMOM, complete: -Odd minute: 1x split jerk behind the neck (Work up to a heavy single) -Even minute: max rep strict chin up (Reverse grip and if you can get over 10 reps EACH round, make them weighted) Work Capacity: Complete as many rounds as possible 15 minutes of: -5x squat cleans (155#/105#) -5x burpees over the barbell *Courtesy CrossFit mainsite Conditioning (Optional): 20 rounds: -30 second max effort row -30 seconds rest

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