2017 Iota Fitness Summer Kids Club

Iota Fitness announces the return of Summer Kids Club

Iota Fitness Kids Club begins Monday, June 12, and runs all summer long on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8-9 a.m. Kids will learn the foundations of physical fitness, and make new friends while working out under the supervision of trained coaches.

Who: Kids ages 6-11; 12+
Price: $100 for the entire summer (price includes a t-shirt)
When: M, T, TH at 8:00 a.m. (except holidays) for 1 hour
Where: Iota Fitness, 125 W. 560 S. 1-3, Smithfield, UT 84335

Register here.

 

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2017 Iota Fitness Summer Kids Club

Iota Fitness announces the return of Summer Kids Club

Iota Fitness Kids Club begins Monday, June 12, and runs all summer long on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8-9 a.m. Kids will learn the foundations of physical fitness, and make new friends while working out under the supervision of trained coaches.

Who: Kids ages 6-11; 12+
Price: $100 for the entire summer (price includes a t-shirt)
When: M, T, TH at 8:00 a.m. (except holidays) for 1 hour
Where: Iota Fitness, 125 W. 560 S. 1-3, Smithfield, UT 84335

The total amount is due on or before June 12. Each child must have a signed waiver before participating. This can be completed any time before June 12, or please arrive 10-15 minutes early on June 12 (or your first class) to make your payment and sign the waiver.

Register today! Class space is limited.

 

3-20-17 **Challenge winners announced**

Tabata This

20 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest, with 1 minute rest between exercises, which are (in order) pull-up, push-up, sit-up, squat, and row. Each exercise is scored by the lowest number of reps (calories on the rower) in each of the eight intervals. The score is the total score from each of the exercise stations.

Compare your previous score here.

FITNESS CHALLENGE RESULTS

Kudos to everyone who participated in the fitness challenge! Many of you saw significant improvement in your WOD times, and in your weights on the bar.

Congratulations to our first place winner: Danica Spendlove. Danica is one of the newest Iota Fitness athletes, and if you’ve gotten to know her, you know she sets goals for herself, and then she achieves them.

For example, this is a goal Danica set for herself last year, shortly after giving birth via cesarean section to her second child. She did one of the most important parts of setting a goal: she wrote it down.

Danica improved her Cache Valley Inversion time by almost a full minute, and she completed all three rope climbs at the end of the challenge (she only completed 1 rope climb in January).

Danica also documented her success with photos. You can see the changes clearly in these photos, taken in January (on the left) and then again in March (on the right). Congrats, Danica, on your tremendous success!

Second place goes to John Heywood, who has won a similar challenge in the past. John improved his clean from 255 pounds to 265, and he also reduced his Fran time by more than 2 minutes! Way to go, John!

Third place goes to Melissa Feser (time to update these profiles – she’s got three kids now!), who everyone knows is one of the competitive athletes at Iota Fitness. She’s a tough all-around athlete, having competed in several competitions. She improved all her times in the challenge WODs. Great job, Melissa!

One of the biggest keys to success in the fitness challenge this year was the food log. Many athletes saw significant time and weight improvements, but the key to winning was the food diary. Thanks again to everyone for participating.

If you see the winners, give them a high five, and congratulate them on their achievements.

Dexa Body scan Tuesday, January 3 at CrossFit Antietam

One of the best ways to measure the results of your efforts in the kitchen and in the gym is with a Dexa Body scan. Iota Fitness will have a 2017 fitness and nutrition challenge, and the Dexa Body scan is a great way to determine your personal starting point and create a SMART goal (the body scan is NOT required to participate in the challenge. More details on the challenge to come soon!)

The Dexa Body mobile unit will be parked at CrossFit Antietam (700 W. 1700 S. #105, Logan, UT, 84321) on Tuesday, January 3. You should book an appointment, but they can also accommodate a limited number of drop-ins. The cost for the body scan is $47, and you can use HSA/FSA money to pay for the scan.

To book an appointment, click here.

The Dexa Body mobile unit will be back at CF Antietam in March or April, and you can do another scan to see your results.

More about Dexa Body Scan

DEXA (Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry) is research grade technology which provides the most accurate and precise measurement of body fat, lean mass, and bone density.

It is considered the GOLD standard of body fat testing and body composition analysis and is used worldwide by elite athletes and teams like the Green Bay Packers, the British Triathlon team, and is used at the US Olympic training center in Colorado Springs.

The scan is fast, highly accurate, and requires no special clothing. It takes about 10 minutes and exposes you to less radiation than a 1-hour flight.

What will I learn?

The Dexa Body Composition Analysis Scan will provide you with a comprehensive 7-page report provides you with a detailed understanding of your body composition. It includes:

  • Total body fat percentage
  • Total lean percentage
  • Bone Density
  • Muscle Symmetry
  • Regional composition (i.e. How much fat, lean, and bone in arms, legs, trunk, etc.)
  • Images of bone, lean, and fat tissue

To learn more about what kind of data is on the report, click here: http://dexabody.com/bodycomp.html

 

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8-30-16

Hey fellow exercisers, Missy and I are still trying to decide what to
do for a get together for the box. So far the feedback we’ve gotten is either
a breakfast after the morning wod or a dinner. If we do the dinner we won’t
do a wod before. We would like you to invite any friends or family, we’re
excited to get to know everyone a little better.

Strength
Clean & Jerk 10 min EMOM
1 Power Clean
1 Hang Clean
1 Hang Squat Clean
1 Jerk
add weight every other round

Wod
5X
7 Push Press (115/80)
7 KBS (70/53)
then
800m Run
then
5X
7 Push Press (115/80)
7 KBS (70/53)