Hit a hard workout before chef Nick Massie teaches you how to make the famed New Orleans-born dessert bananas Foster, a rare holiday treat.
“A killer dessert is a great component to any holiday meal,” says Massie, who runs PaleoNick.com.
He adds: “There’s some fire involved, so stick around for this one.”
Chef Paul Blangé of Brennan’s Restaurant in New Orleans created this dish in 1951, and its ingredients tell of its hometown: large… Continue Reading
December 21, 2013
Gift-wrapped rocks make poor presents, but they’re perfect for a CrossFit Kids workout, and you can re-gift them in a special game as well.
If your young ones have a bit too much energy after holiday treats, pull out the rocks for some push presses, and when they're worn out, you can explain why you gave them a bunch of stones for Christmas.
You might want to have a real present handy… Continue Reading
On Episode 309 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Jenn Jones, who placed sixth at the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games. This episode was webcast on Dec. 18, 2013.
2:33 Games athlete Jenn Jones trains at CrossFit EaDo in Houston, Texas, and uses local competitions to keep her sharp. She spoke about how these throwdowns can be valuable but said she’s careful not to let them become the focus of her training. Jones… Continue Reading
At Noble Street College Prep in Chicago, Ill., administrators rearranged the school’s schedule to allow for a fitness-leadership program involving CrossFit. Likewise, the founding campus, Noble Street Charter School, got rid of its gym’s machines, replacing them with rowers and bumper plates.
“It has supercharged the culture in the school to orient towards teamwork and pushing each other, developing grit and optimism—all those things that ... have taken… Continue Reading
Chef Nick Massie calls quiche lorraine “a savory classic.”
“(You should) learn how to make this at some point in your life,” says Massie, who runs PaleoNick.com.
The dish includes one of every foodie’s favorites: bacon. It also involves leeks, shredded cheese, eggs, half and half, and thyme—all in a pie shell.
The cooking begins with the leeks in a pan with salt and pepper.
“I’m just going to let those cook down,” he says. “And don’t snack on the bacon.”
Every year in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, area businesses gather for the annual Kai ’Opua Businessmen’s Regatta, a quarter-mile sprint. CrossFit Kona, with a lot of former paddlers in its ranks, signed up a men’s and women’s team. Monty Enriquez, however, is not among the experienced.
“It’s going to be interesting to see how this goes,” the CrossFit Kona owner says with a wide smile.
At the start of the race, one team member snaps his… Continue Reading
What would you do if you won the lottery? CrossFit Media’s Pat Sherwood would get back on his bike.
After his four-month-long motorcycle trip from the U.S. to South America, Sherwood is back in Santa Cruz, Calif., with riding partner and videographer Ian Wittenber, revealing some previously unreleased commentary and footage.
Some of Sherwood’s frustrations are showcased in a blue cloud of expletives, Wittenber drinks a scorpion and the pair… Continue Reading
December 16, 2013
It’s time to pay the piper—the fitness piper, that is.
I’m cringing as I type, but this is my public commitment: I will follow the programming on CrossFit.com at least for all of January, and I will post my pathetic results in the comments each day. I’m writing this article so all of you hold me accountable.
As I write this, I’m in Santiago, Chile, and it is Day 117 of our trip through… Continue Reading