Barbells, Food and Jojo

Join me as I navigate through my love for Olympic Weightlifting, Flexible Dieting and Life

That’s right. My ass (and hammies) need to really get it together. I don’t really post too much about my training with the exception of the main weightlifting lifts: snatch and clean and jerk; and whether I made the lift or not. That’s really the core of weightlifting. But what I don’t really talk about …

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Holiday parties, family get togethers, all of the food and drinks, everywhere. That just about sums up the holiday season, right? It’s rough. To top it off, most of my family and friends live locally so there are a lot of get togethers I must attend. If we all lived far away, it would be …

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Training has become a big part of my life. Much more so in these last four months. Yes, I’ve been CrossFitting for nearly five years, have been a consistent five-times-a-week athlete for nearly three of those years, but these last four months I’ve stepped up my game plan. I still train five times a week …

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October 21, 2014

Death by Grace. Might as well draw little X’s on my eyelids. Dunzo. 

Brace yourselves folks, you’re in for a long one. Let me first begin by saying that this is NOT intended to bash or talk Paleo down. I’m just going over MY experience with it over some years. I know a lot of people that it has worked for and do great on it. We’re all …

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Yep, I absolutely love days when I can naturally wake up without an alarm because they are so rare. But those days have come where “naturally waking up” means like 8:30 a.m. these days – goddamit, I’m old. Another reason I love these days is because I get to take my time on making my …

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In another case of me having a serious problem of buying clothes without me trying them on so they hang out in my closet with tags on…is this long skirt! Now, I’m a pear-shaped broad through and through. Waist has always been the smaller part of my bod. But even with the waist Gods (usually) …

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