If we are using the Paleo Diet as a reference for our discussion, then our choice of food is always going to be nutrient dense whole foods. Our choice of meats, fruits, vegetables and nuts will almost always carry a potent load of nutritionally dense calories.
In other words, what we are looking for in our daily food intake is a nice range of whole foods that are nutritious and that naturally carry a nice load of fiber.
Clearly our greatest sources of fiber are going to be found in vegetables, some fruits and nuts. Amazingly raspberries are an excellent source of fiber. But here’s how it boils down: if you are following the Paleo blueprint, then there is almost no doubt that you are getting plenty of fiber in your diet. You can also supplement fiber (meaning your already eating alot of vegetables and nuts) into your diet.
If you’re looking for a little more detail on fiber and its role in our overall health, here’s a link to our trusted source.
Strenth: Push Jerk 3RM
3, 4,& 5 Minutes of Work:
3 DB Push Press
6 DB Push up
9 DB Romanian DL
Beware: You might not be able to walk for a couple of days!
-Weight is limited by Push Press
-Pick up where you left off each round
-Score: Totals Reps and Weight Used
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AMRAP 15 minutes:
50 DB Snatches
100ft Traveling Singles
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Skill of the Week: Overhead Squat