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A case study from 2000 demonstrated the causal role of excessive insulin in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) as well as weight gain. Jason Fung, MD, explains further insights the case offered regarding the etiology of PCOS.

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Janine Haynes
May 11th, 2020 at 10:55 pm
Commented on: What Causes PCOS?

This article is much appreciated. I've been doing a lot of research on PCOS and endometriosis over the years. I'm still trying to figure out the probability of misdiagnosis of PCOS vs. endometriomas. I'm assuming the presentation is similar including the symptoms. Just wanted to know someone else's opinion.

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Andrew Hendel
May 10th, 2020 at 9:33 pm
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Sooo awesome. Well spoken and well done Athena and CrossFit Lakeville.

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Kevin Hepp
May 10th, 2020 at 5:51 pm
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What an amazing person. A very inspiring story for us all. Please provide another update down the road so we can continue to see this amazing transformation. Great job Athena.

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Christian Rhea
May 10th, 2020 at 5:23 pm
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Inspiring story - thank you for sharing this Athena. CrossFit is health and you are proof.

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Jessie Jo Sutcliffe
May 10th, 2020 at 5:18 pm
Commented on: What Causes PCOS?

Very interesting article.

I'm interested in more of these findings?

Quick question on this is could Hypothyroidism be a misdiagnosis instead of PCOS? Also what is the recommended treatment for PCOS?

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Roxanne Hazen
May 10th, 2020 at 3:46 pm
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I started 4 years ago and lost 70 lbs. I am with you it works. Still going it is my life too!!! Good job girl!!!

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Grant Shymske
May 10th, 2020 at 2:40 pm
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Very interesting, also interested in further findings in this research.

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Mark Doyle
May 10th, 2020 at 5:56 am
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an impressive lady, I'm very pleased for all her success, thank you for sharing your inspirational story

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Reza Dehghanzadehsuraki
May 10th, 2020 at 5:31 am
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Macro view template analysis


Workout Structure:


First day was followed 1 min all-out manner, and this is subset of AMRAP template. This exercise was a couplet element that was combined of a fundamental weightlifting movement with a low skill bodyweight movement. The purpose of the exercise was to improving the stamina and increases the fatigue capacity. Moreover, 1 min of all-out movements challenges the lactic acid energy pathway. But overall, the aerobic system is dominant energy pathway in this WOD. 


Second day was followed both “For Completion” and “as many heavy as possible” template, respectively. Two formats of gymnastic and weightlifting were used in this high volume WOD. The purpose of the exercise was to perform the heaviest resistance in 5 repetitions. The reps selected so that challenge the strength. Strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination were challenged for GPP skills. Moreover, the aerobic system was a domain energy pathway for first part and the lactic acid system was a domain energy pathway for second part of this WOD.

 

Third day was followed “AMRAP” template. This exercise was a triplet element that was combined of two weightlifting movements with a cardio movement. The main focus of this WOD was on stamina and cardiorespiratory endurance. Moreover, the aerobic system was a domain energy pathway.

 

Conclusion

As can be seen, 2 energy pathways (aerobic and lactic acid)  were challenged in this cycle. Moreover, the stamina, strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination played a major role in this circle of programming. Also, power is latent in the nature of these programs. As a final note, “AMRAP”, “For Completion” and “AMHAP” templates were used for programming in this cycle.


Enjoy your rest day and recover your physical and mental dimensions

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Grant Shymske
May 10th, 2020 at 12:47 am
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This is such a powerful story, this is why we become coaches. Thank you for sharing your story Athena!

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