****Memorial Day Murph! This Monday 9 am ONLY!****

The LuRong Summertime Challenge workouts will be posted as the regular workout of the day every Tuesday until the end of the challenge. Each Monday evening, we'll set up a table with updated scorecards, measuring tape, and detailed instructions for the following day. Please review the workout videos and standards in advance to help things move along. Have fun and celebrate every victory along the way!

Cross Cuisines Paleo Food

Introducing Cross Cuisines, fresh, made-to-order Paleolithic cuisine delivered fresh to Shoreline CrossFit (fridge located in the camo room) twice a week!

The Paleo Diet is a way of eating in the modern age that best mimics diets of our hunter gatherer ancestors; combinations of lean meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. By eating the foods that we are genetically adapted to eat, followers of the Paleo diet are naturally lean, have acne-free skin, sleep better, improved athletic performance, are experiencing relief from numerous metabolic-related and autoimmune diseases and have more energy!

Centered on commonly available, fresh ingredients, the Cross Cuisine menu consists of mainly meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, roots and nuts; excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, refined sugar and processed foods or oils.

Advances in agriculture and food processing have drastically changed what human beings eat. However, evolution has not kept pace with the changes, leading to a host of health problems for modern man. Coronary heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, obesity, arthritis and some mental illnesses have all been scientifically linked to diets high in refined or processed carbohydrates. But, the Paleo Diet reverses human technology, replacing highly processed foods with meat, fish, vegetables and other staples that are basic to our biology and our digestive systems, leading to better health.

Our Paleolithic ancestors did not eat just one single diet, but a range of natural, unprocessed diets based on geography, climate, competition, ecologic niche, season and glaciations. Fossil records and studies of 180 hunter-gatherer groups show that our bodies were designed to eat foods that were easily digested and promoted good health. Over the years, our diet has been replaced with highly processed, sugary and filler foods products that are convenient, but a far cry from real food. With Paleo, you go back to the basics.

Go ahead and place your first order today! Visit Cross-Cuisines.org to checkout their current menu selections.