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The 2022 CrossFit Health Conference

Announcing the 2022 CrossFit Health Conference, a virtual event that will bring together world-class experts in science, fitness, and healthcare for a series of lectures and panel discussions on ways to improve our health and quality of life. The conference will focus on the latest scientific research and advances in areas such as nutrition, mental health, injury treatment and prevention, genomics, and more. The virtual event will take place on Friday, Jan. 21, and Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, and passes are available on the CrossFit Health site.

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Powell CrossFit To Host CrossFit Scholarship Program for Native American Community With First Female Navajo/Diné Coach, Alleia King

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The Navajo Nation has a population of just 330,000 people, about 47 percent of whom live on the reservation. One in five adults on the reservation is diabetic, and it is estimated that 75,000 are prediabetic. Alleia King, the first first Navajo/Diné woman to become a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, is leading the way in fighting chronic disease in her community.

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CrossFit Health Webinar With Gabrielle Lyon, D.O.: Thurs., Dec. 9

Your skeletal muscles make up nearly half your body weight, and while they are widely recognized as critical for locomotion, their lesser-known functions include increasing metabolism, protecting neurological health, and more. On Thursday, Dec. 9, at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET, Gabrielle Lyon, DO, will join Julie Foucher, MD, for a live Q&A-style webinar focused on why it’s important to maintain adequate muscle mass to promote long-term health. The two will also discuss actionable tips and habits to gain and maintain muscle. Dr. Lyon is a functional medicine physician specializing in muscle-centric medicine, which focuses on the key role skeletal muscle plays in health and longevity. By using high-quality protein diets, supplements, and resistance training, she helps a variety of patients, from those suffering with sarcopenia or prediabetes to elite military operators, reduce chronic disease risk and improve longevity. This will be part of a series of monthly CrossFit Health community webinars where Foucher interviews experts in the field of health and wellness. Space is limited. If you would like to join this webinar, please register.

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Workout Tips for 211130

Workout of the Day for 211130: With a continuously running clock, complete 5 thrusters every minute. From 0:00-5:00 use ♀ 55 / ♂ 75 lb. From 5:00-10:00 use ♀ 65 / ♂ 95 lb. From 10:00-15:00 use ♀ 75 / ♂ 115 lb. Continue adding ♀ 10 / ♂ 20 lb. every 5 minutes for as long as you are able.

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