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Feb

4 shocking secrets

By: 321go 3 Comments

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Bryan works through some hard 1 arm alternating lunges.  He has been working really hard to get ready for his Firefighter Challenges. 

“Once upon a time, back when Ray Kroc was still pushing milkshake machines, a hamburger and fries meant a wad of freshly ground chuck and a peeled, sliced, and fried potato. Now, these two iconic foods—like nearly everything we consume—has taken on a whole new meaning. Sadly, many of our favorite foods today (especially fast foods) weren’t merely crafted in kitchens, they were also designed and perfected in labs. We uncovered the ugly truth in the course of our research for the Eat This, Not That! and new Cook This, Not That! series. What we found was not pretty.

Before you mindlessly chew your way through another value meal, take these mini-mysteries (conveniently solved below) into account. Sometimes the truth is tough to swallow. ” Read the rest of David Zinczenko’s artricle 4 shocking secrets about fast food

Monday WOD

Hang Power Snatch

Box Jumps Over the Box

Bupree Donkey Kicks (New)

12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 reps 

Cool Down

K2E

50 • 40 • 30

Advanced • Intermediate • Foundational 

Comments

  1. that link made me throw up a little bit in my mouth…

  2. Extruded meat, Mmmm. Hoki is actually good when prepared as a whole fish, steamed and with soy. A couple of them and a bowl of rice, plus throw in some seaweed salad on the side, yum. It’s when Corporate Deathburger gets a hold of them that they’re turned into processed evil.

  3. Eben Smith says:

    Hmmm… I wonder how many chicken nuggets, fried tater matter,filet-o- s— sandwiches and other various burger meals i have eaten in my lifetime? Oh well, its lunch time… off to skyline for a cheese coney or two!

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