Miranda is kicking off Monday with this WOD:
Do the circuits 3 times through with a 1 minute rest in between
50 Jumping Jacks
15 triceps (overhead with weight or dips on chair)
15 V-sits or V-ups
50 mountain climbers
30 bicycle crunches
50 high knees
10 chest presses
30 plank shoulder taps
10 reverse lunges (each side)
20 squat with calf raise
15 plank rotations
It definitely feels like Spring with the pollen and other allergens. If you suffer from environmental allergies, you can help control with your diet.
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to allergic reactions. Essential fatty acids play an important role in controlling inflammation. In addition, Omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish and plant oils) may be beneficial for individuals with asthma. Asthma can be exacerbated by allergies; therefore, asthma sufferers should be especially sure to incorporate sufficient levels of Omega-3s and essential fatty acids in their diets. You should eat olive oil and vegetable oils, nuts, flaxseeds, and fish.
Your body’s response to an allergen by creating inflammation, and many foods can help control inflammation. Look for those containing essential fatty acids such as Omega-3 acids found in fish and plant oils. These can also benefit asthma sufferers. Try consuming olive oil, nuts, flaxseeds and fish to help feel better.
Virtual classes are still going strong, and we’re very grateful to everyone who has purchased a shirt to support NuFIT! If you haven’t had a chance yet, check them out – Landmarx is doing great things for our community!