Fast Food Nation

Fast Food Nation


Wednesday’s Workout (NO CAP)
TRAINING
A) Power Snatch Drill
Each Minute on the Minute (EMOM) 8
1 Squat Snatch
1 Hang Squat Snatch – below knee
1 Hang Squat Snatch – from pockets
– goal is max weight.
*Athletes can progress weight between rounds, but MUST control the bar for all three reps

B) 3x max strict Muscle ups
– Sub 2 max reps sets of pull-ups and dips. Aim for 7-10 reps
– No muscle-ups skill practice

C) 4 rounds
AMRAP 2
12 Russian KBS (ahap)
4 MU (kipping OK)
– rest 1 min bet rnds
– start each round where you left off from last round
*scale for MU – combination of 4 strict pull-ups & 4 dips

… and coming Thursday (NO CAP)
COMPETITION
“Jackie”
1,000m Row
50 Thrusters (45/33)
30 pull-ups
So, I’m a little behind the times, but I just now got around to reading the book “Fast Food Nation.” As a history buff and a nutrition nerd, the book is both fascinating and horrifying. While the men who founded the major fast food chains were incredible entrepreneurs and rule-breakers, they created an industry that is the opposite of freedom, individuality, and vibrancy. The book details the history of most of the major chains we know, as well as the relationships of those businesses with government, the entertainment industry, and many other facets of our life that we don’t even realize. The fast food industry is uniquely American and omnipresent, even if you personally don’t eat fast food. And, ironically, the fast food industry itself may be the key to changing the horrible practices in regards to both food and humans that it has left in its wake. I highly recommend reading this book, but not at the dinner table.

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