Thanks Matt Evans for sending us this article... bit of a light read highlighting the thumbs up for children to train in weightlifting given from Professor Avery Faigenbaum from The College of New Jersey.
Professor Faigenbaum presented a keynote speech at the International Conference on Strength Training this week in Perth (hosted by the Edith Cowan University).
The Milton CrossFit Annual Coach's Charity event held on November 10 raised $425 for Drought Angels. Thanks to coach Dayn for getting everyone on the job, and also to all that participated. And thanks to Drought Angels for all your wonderful work in supporting the farming community.
FAREWELL WISHES TODAY AT MOLYFIT TO ANGIE AND NEREE.
Angie and Neree are coming in this afternoon for their last training session before they head off to New Orleans this week. Come along to give them a finale lifting critique to take home and big hugs before they head back to the US.
We wish Angie and Neree all the best with their move to New Orleans and in their many life adventures ahead. They will be very missed here at Milton 🙁 ... See MoreSee Less
Evan has some cool looking and near brand new CrossFit shoes for sale...Hey friends. I did a silly thing and bought a pair of Crossfit shoes online and they are too big. So my loss and your gain.
Reebok Nano 8.0 men's 11.5US. $120
Only worn about 6 times for only lifting. My feet just have too much play in them and it's bruising my big toes.
Let me know. They are still going for $190 at Rebel Sports.
I'll more than likely keep them at Molyfit if you would like to try them on 😊
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AWF recently sent us a warning notice about an athlete who had been banned for 4 years for using a banned drug, and I was coincidentally also chatting with some peeps at the gym about the same thing.
If you're a member of the QWA, you should be aware of a couple of useful resources that you can use to stay out of trouble, especially when it comes to using dietary supplements including protein powders, creatine powders, pre-work outs and recovery products.
In particular, the ASADA URL below points to a report that contains lots of useful information. Interestingly (and a bit worryingly!) the Supplement Survey they describe found "one in five products [pre-workouts and supplements] contained one or more substances banned in sport. Importantly, none of the products identified listed any banned substances on their ingredients list."