Issue #44 July 2009

CrossFit Kids action

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids Advanced Class Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids Advanced/Teen Class

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids Class Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids Class

Building Blocks: A CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class Coach Jeff Martin & Debbie Rakos of CrossFit Kids HQ A template for a CrossFit Kids PreSchool Class

Dry Land Training and Swim Results Brian Nabeta of CrossFit Kids Arden Hills Swim A follow up article from the CrossFit Kids Magazine October 2008 Issue, including the results from the high school swim team with 7 swimmers attaining All-American status.

Footie Workout Mark Beck & Karl Steadman of CrossFit Manchester

Girls & Heroes CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Teens perform Benchmark Workouts. This month we feature CrossFit Teens completing "Rolling Randy", which includes front flips and/or forward rolls.
Includes a video link.

Kids Kettlebell Workout Davie Easton of CrossFit Central Scotland

Marketing Junk Food to Kids: What every parent should know Cyndi Rodi of CrossFit Kids HQ Marketing to kids is highly effective and lucrative for corporations. Kids are targets for marketers as many corporations use mascots, athletes and celebrities as spokespersons as well as efficiently build brand name loyalty, create cartoon commercials and use product placement to sell their products. Becoming familiar and aware of these tactics will help families counteract the barrage of marketing targeted toward children.

MMmm Good Meals - Healthy Child Friendly Recipes Michele Vieux of CrossFit Invictus Get cozy in the kitchen as Michele provides three delicious Zone recipes for you and your family to make.

The Death of the Three Sport Athlete Dr. Darrel White Dr. White answers the question 'where are the Three-Sport athletes of today and why aren't they playing three sports?' An in depth look as to the evolution of the "back in the day" three sport athletes and the coaches of today who insist that "their" athletes devote all of their efforts to that one and only sport.

Three CFK Summer WOD's Coach Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ

To Smoothie or Not to Smoothie Skip Chase of Mt Baker CrossFit A common notion is that smoothies, along with other products, are labeled healthy because they include the terms 'all natural' or '5 servings of fruit' in its marketing. Learn the truth about these clever marketing tricks that companies run in order to get consumers to buy their high sugared, high carbohydrate product.

Also Featuring: Game of the Month/Plank Wars by Sean McCue of Fremont High School and Deal or No Deal by Kent and Melissa Wilson of CFK Corona, Rowing Workouts Chris Kemp of CrossFit North East England, Teen Challenge/Max Rep Back Squat with 65# Mikki Martin of CrossFit Kids HQ, CrossFit Kids Community featuring Cami who won the School Age Nationals in Olympic Lifting and David of CFK Scottsdale.

Back Cover: Follow up to last months "Breakfast of Champions" article and a link to delicious Paleo Treats - Rations for the Driven.
Posted by mikki martin on 07/15


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