Found a new recipe


Found a new recipe

I was on the internet the other day and came across an awesome recipe. I’ve tried it a few times and it’s been good every time. Pretty easy to make too (I think it only takes a few seconds to prepare). Once you try it, you’ll think it’s delicious too. It’s called carrot. It’s very versatile. You can use it as a part of a full meal, or just as a crunchy snack.

Paleo treats are better than candy treats. But 4 paleo treats are worse than 1 candy treat. And because paleo treats taste so good, it’s hard to eat just one. If you have the will power to eat just one, good on ya! I, along with many others, do not have that power.

You would be much better off munching on a few sticks of celery or carrots than indulging in a few “paleo” muffins. Kick the ‘sugar’ craving and go all natural baby!

12-9-6-3 reps
Power Snatch (95/65#)

Kim gets to the double unders!

Kim gets to the double unders!

61 Responses

  1. Corinna

    Today’s write up made me smile. I wonder if Laura’s Banana Pecan Chocolate Chip Muffins and Chocolate Macaroon recipes are the catalyst that prompted today’s blog???? lol!

    1. Kevin

      🙂 There are SO many recipes floating around for muffins, cookies, pancakes, brownies, smoothies, shakes, and squares. People are just forgetting the true meaning of being paleo. Just a friendly reminder, nothing more 🙂

  2. Heather S

    When I told my sister that carrots are my go-to food when I need something sweet she said that would only work for her if they were dipped in chocolate!!

  3. Amanda

    LOVE the picture, Kim!! You’re a Crossfit rock star, I wish all of our members, new and old, could have the same “yeah I can do that” attitude that you have. I love it and I admire you so much for it!

  4. Joanna

    WOD Rx’d


    Felt good to get in a workout…doesn’t happen often these days. Thanks for letting us crash your class Marie-No 🙂

  5. Kevin Mack


    WU x 2 (no pushups)
    Burgener WU Group
    Strength: Snatch Practice
    45(5) – 55(7) – 65(5)- 75(5)

    12-9-6-3 reps
    Power Snatch (95/65#) Scaled to 55#

    Time= 6:29

    Single Unders – 104

    400m Run

    1.2km run (home) time 6:39

  6. jeff

    wod 13.3
    174 reps (3 rep pr from last year! woot) after the announcement on wednesday I did some doubles (I did not have a single rep in 1 hour, thursday with the help of Amanda, Marie-no, lora and patrick i was able to get one here and there. Thanks to all of you for your help) I’m please with this number but I’ll have doubles in my practice routine each day from here forward! is it too early to hope for a repeat of this wod for next year? lol..

    1. Heather S

      Congrats on the pr Jeff. Maybe we should start a du self-help group lol! And thanks for the info on your surgery. Nice to have a patient’s perspective when making the decision.

    2. Maddy

      Great job Jeff even if you didn’t get to the muscle ups like you wanted to. But on the bright side (apart from the 3 rep pr), with all the extra intense DU practice you’ve put in since Wednesday, i’m sure you’re going to get your DU that much sooner! Then you can teach it to the rest of us!

    3. Lora

      I’m very proud of your performance today! Your wall balls were fast and efficient. Hardly looked like they were winding you at all. 🙂 I loved that you stayed focused and didn’t allow the double unders to frustrate you. Congrats on a well deserved PR.

    1. Maddy

      Thanks for the link! It’s easy to get caught up with the leaderboard and the scores so a reality check is always a great reminder to put things in perspective.

      No regrets! Just sore legs 😉

  7. Sebastian

    WOD 13.3 ->211 reps.

    Had no idea on what to expect but am super happy with the score. Thanks Lora for judging and pushing me throughout the WOD:)

    Just helped a friend with some granit countertops, wonder how my legs will thank me for that;)

  8. Amanda

    WOD 13.3 – 152 reps. 2 rep PR. I’m incredibly disappointed that I didn’t get more improvement over last year but trying to keep in mind how inactive I’ve been over the last month with a week’s vacation down south followed by 8 days off from the gym with a stomach flu that knocked me on my ass.

    Thank you for the great judging Jeff. Happy anniversary. 😀

  9. 13.3

    207 reps. Very humbled by this wod. I’ve done “Karen” in less than 9min in the past so I figured I would have lots of time for the double unders. That didn’t happen today. only had a little over a minute left for the doubles. As much as my wrist hurt, I won’t blame it on that. I was out of shape. Fell off the “wagon” in the past few weeks.

    Very impressed with everybody’s score on this WOD.

    1. Maddy

      Great score none the less!! I guess one-handed wall balls aren’t really an option… I actually just googled that and all I found were lacrosse drills. Booo!

  10. Sarah


    WU x 2
    Burgener WU Group
    Strength: Snatch Practice

    12-9-6-3 reps
    Power Snatch @45#

    Time= 4:47

    My legs are still toast from Friday! Burpees were super slow!

  11. Chris

    WU x 2
    Burgener WU Group
    Strength: Snatch Practice

    WOD Rx
    12-9-6-3 reps
    Power Snatch @95#

    Time= 4:18

  12. Jason Gagnon

    WU x 2
    Burgener WU x 1 as group
    Practice Snatch
    65,95,95,95,115 x 5

    Power Snatch 95#

    Time: 4:54 RX

  13. Blake

    Did this one as my “Change for Change”


    (Squat) Snatch practice (yes I know that’s redundant) x 3
    45 – 85 – 95

    WOD as Rx’d
    Time: 5:07

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