Tuesday 6-7-2011

Happy Birthday Preston!  Can't believe that little stinker is 1 year old already...TODAY.

[caption id="attachment_551" align="aligncenter" width="240" caption="Justin on deadlifts at CrossFit Charlottesville."][/caption]

Core Work:
1 person elbow plank while the other person is resting feet on partners back and doing max rep pushups
Russian Twists (max rep)
Toe Touches x50

WOD "Betty"
12 Push Press (95/65)

20 Box Jumps (24''/20'')
5 rounds for time

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Steve wrote:
OK, so we don't want you guys to have all the excitement while we are gone. We really miss the weights though, I have to say. We don't have boxes to jump on either. But we do have burpees, which will probably come tomorrow. :-) Here is today's fun. WOD: 10 pushups, 10 situps, 10 air squats - 10 rounds IL: 14:39 HL: 16:40 SL: 17:14

Tue, June 7, 2011 @ 7:17 PM

2. Steve wrote:
Happy Birthday to Preston!!

Tue, June 7, 2011 @ 7:17 PM

3. AlbertRok wrote:
The prostate related is an essential part of a male's the reproductive system. It secretes fluids that aid in the transportation and activation of sperm. The prostate related can be found just in front of the rectum, below the bladder and surrounding the urethra. When there is prostate problem, it is usually really miserable and inconvenient to the patient as his urinary method is directly affected.

The common prostate health problems are prostate infection, enlarged prostate and cancer of the prostate.

Prostate infection, also called prostatitis, is the most common prostate-related problem in men younger than 55 yrs . old. Infections of the prostate are classified into four types - acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic abacterial prostatitis and prosttodynia.

Acute bacterial prostatitis could be the least common coming from all kinds of prostate infection. It is due to bacteria found in the large intestines or urinary tract. Patients may experience fever, chills, body aches, back pains and urination problems. This condition is treated by using antibiotics or non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to ease the swelling.

Chronic bacterial prostatitis is really a condition connected with a particular defect inside the gland and the persistence presence of bacteria within the urinary tract. It can be caused by trauma on the urinary tract or by infections received from the rest in the body. A patient can experience testicular pain, small of the back pains and urination problems. Although it is uncommon, it can be treated by removal in the prostate defect followed by the utilization antibiotics and NSAIDs to deal with the redness.

Non-bacterial prostatitis accounts for approximately 90% of prostatitis cases; however, researchers have not even to ascertain what causes these conditions. Some researchers feel that chronic non-bacterial prostatitis occur as a consequence of unknown infectious agents while other believe that intensive exercise and lifting might cause these infections.

Maintaining a Healthy Prostate

To prevent prostate diseases, a proper diet is important. These are some in the actions you can take to keep your prostate healthy.

1. Drink sufficient water. Proper hydration is essential for our health and wellbeing and it will also keep your urinary track clean.

2. Some studies advise that a couple of ejaculations per week will prevent prostate cancer.

3. Eat steak moderately. It has been shown that consuming over four meals of beef per week will raise the likelihood of prostate diseases and cancer.

4. Maintain a suitable diet with cereals, vegetable and fruits to be sure sufficient intake of nutrients essential for prostate health.

The most critical measure to take to ensure a proper prostate is always to opt for regular prostate health screening. If you are forty years of age and above, you must select prostate examination one or more times annually.

Tue, June 12, 2018 @ 7:49 AM

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