Announcing the CrossFit Inguz 6 Week Fall PARTNER Nutrition Challenge!!
Dates: Monday, September 14th to Friday, October 23rd (6 weeks)
Nutrition Kick-off Seminar: Saturday, September 12th from 10:30-11:30am
Initial Meetings & Baseline Measurements: September 5th – September 10th (will be scheduled on a 1:1 basis)
Cost: 2 Payments of $79 per person
Prizes: Winning team receives $200 cash + one month on-going coaching
Grab a friend/family member/co-worker and join us for our fall PARTNER Nutrition Challenge!!
All participants will get:
4 Weeks of Customized Meal Plans
2 InBody Composition Scans
Group Nutrition Kick-off Seminar
Weekly Nutrition Tips/Videos
- Weekly Mini-Challenges
Access to the Healthy Steps Nutrition App
Healthy Recipe Ideas
Ongoing Support From Our Nutrition Coaches
The challenge officially kicks off on Monday, September 14th but we will be holding a kickoff meeting on Saturday, September 12th for all participants. If you can’t make the kickoff meeting don’t worry…we’ll be providing a recording so you can watch at your convenience. This challenge is open to the public, so feel free to get all of your friends and family involved! As before, the moto for this challenge will be: Eat Real Food, Not Too Much, Mostly Plants. What does this all mean…
Eat Real Food (Quality) Real food is anything that was once alive. We will be avoiding anything processed. The general guidelines for this will be the same as before…eat meats and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch (from vegetables) and NO SUGAR. This means we will be avoiding the following foods:
All Grains (wheat, bread, pasta, corn, see exceptions below)
Dairy (cheese, milk, most yogurt, see exceptions below)
All Sugar & Sweeteners (artificial, natural or otherwise)
Refined vegetable oils (canola oil, sunflower oil, margarine, etc.)
Anything with the ‘Paleo’ qualifier (i.e. Paleo muffins, pancakes, cookies, etc.)
Our allowable foods will be broken down into 4 categories…protein, carbohydrates, vegetables, and fats…as shown in the table below. This isn’t an exhaustive list but should cover the vast majority. If you have a question about a specific food please let us know.
The Exceptions: For each of the following limit to one serving per day.
Oatmeal, Rice, Quinoa, or White Potatoes (Carbohydrates)
Plain Unsweetened Greek Yogurt or Cottage Cheese (Protein/Fat)
Legumes (Black Beans, Chick Peas, Kidney Beans, etc.) (Carbohydrate/Fat)
Not Too Much (Quantity) During this challenge we will be encouraging participants to track their food on MyFitnessPal. This will allow us to really dial in our quantities for each individual. As part of the challenge we will be giving each participant personalized calorie and macro-nutrient targets to hit each day. You won’t get points for hitting your targets, but rather every day you log your food you will receive a point. Everyone will eat 3 balanced meals per day, and will be allowed 1-2 snacks throughout the day. Specific quantities will be different for each individual based on your total calorie targets. As a general rule of thumb we will be utilizing the plate or 3-compartment container method.
Mostly Plants Every meal, regardless of time of day, should be made up of mostly vegetables. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables fills you up more and guards your health in the long run.
Point System There are 6 total points available each day plus a weekly bonus!!
1 Point: For logging your food in MyFitnessPal
1 Point: For eating clean (no sugar, processed foods, alcohol, or other restrictions)
1 Point: For eating 3 balanced meals per day (each containing protein, carbs, and fat)
1 Point: For drinking 80/60 ounces of water (men/women)
1 Point: For working out at Inguz, dropping in at another affiliate, or doing a travel WOD
1 Point: For getting at least 7 hours of sleep
Bonus Points: Weekly Challenge!!
There will be a poster board at the gym to track your weekly point totals.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Should I supplement protein post workout? Yes, but you must log in MFP! Make sure you are choosing a whey protein that does not contain added sugar. We be talking about this in more detail at the nutrition kick-off seminar.
What about Kill Cliff or Fuel for Fire? Pre/Post Workout (must log in MFP)
Amino Acids/Electrolytes? Pre/Intra/Post Workout (must log in MFP)
Creatine? Sure, but likely not needed unless your primary goal is to increase muscle mass.
Condiments? Balsamic vinegar (must be the only ingredient), red wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, mustard, hot sauce (check label for additives/sugar), herbs, spices, and seasonings are okay (read the ingredients).
Sweeteners? No honey, molasses, maple syrup, table sugar, coconut sugar, stevia, or other artificial or ‘natural’ sweeteners.
What about eating out? If you eat out, do your best to portion the meal out using the plate method. Unless you know exactly how that meal was prepared you cannot get full points for it.
Coffee/Tea? These are okay, but need to be unsweetened, and no milk. Almond/coconut milk is allowed if it is unsweetened.
“What About” Foods These are foods that people commonly ask about. “What about this food?”
If it’s a vegetable eat it, if it’s meat eat it.
No almond or coconut flour
No canola or vegetable oil
Cold cuts must be sugar free
Nut butters must have no added ingredients other than salt (No peanut butter)
- 35 Burpees, 50 Sit-Ups, 35 Burpees
- 20min AMRAP: 5 Hand Release Push-ups, 10 Sit-ups, 15 Air Squats
- 4 Rounds: 400m Treadmill Run, 50 Air Squats
- Tabata: Pushup, Air Squat, Sit-Ups, Burpees (20sec Work : 10sec Rest x 8 Rounds each)
- 15min AMRAP: 5 Strict Pull-ups, 10 Jumping Lunges, 15 Sit-Ups
- 3 Rounds: 800m Treadmill Run, 20 DB Thrusters (30#/20#)
- 10min AMRAP: 7 DB Hang Clean and Jerks (40#/30#), 12 Burpees
- 20min AMRAP: 6 Strict Pull-ups, 12 DB Snatches (alternating), 18 Air Squats
- “Dumbbell DT” – 5 Rounds: 12 Deadlifts, 9 Hang Power Cleans, 6 Push Jerks (45#/35#)
- 4 Rounds: 400m Treadmill Run, 20 Sit-ups, 15 DB Hang Squat Cleans (35#/25#)