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February 5, 2017

Eat Clean, Train Dirty (Part 4): 5 Benefits of Eating Salmon

Salmon is often described as a superfood, but why? Here are 5 health benefits of salmon. Full of “Good Fat”: Salmon is rich in long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and decrease risk factors for disease. Great Source of Protein: Salmon provides 22–25 grams of protein per 3.5-ounce serving. Protein helps your body heal, protects your bones and prevents muscle loss. Helps You Lose Weight & Keep it off: Consuming salmon may help you control your weight by reducing appetite, boosting metabolic rate, increasing insulin sensitivity and decreasing belly fat. May Improve Brain Health: Frequent salmon consumption […]
January 31, 2017

Eat Clean, Train Dirty (Part 3): Snack Time

While trying to eat healthier, you should not be hungry. Choosing healthy snacks throughout the day can help you fight hunger and keep you fueled up. Additionally, having healthy snacks on hand can keep you from making unhealthy food choices. Here are some healthy snack ideas and how they can help keep you fueled and satisfied. Lenny & Larry’s Cookies: These delicious cookies contain a significant amount of protein and they are vegan, non-GMO and contain no trans fat or artificial sweeteners. They come in a variety of flavors, which will keep snack time interesting. These are one of our […]
January 5, 2017

January Athlete of the Month: Joe Solito

We’re excited to announce that our January Athlete of the Month is Joe Solito. Since joining CrossFit Aesthetics, Joe has improved his flexibility and strength. Joe always comes to class with a positive attitude and has dubbed himself CrossFit Aesthetics’ Chief Efficiency Officer. He is always trying to find ways to complete the WODs and rack his weights in the most efficient way possible. When did you join CrossFit Aesthetics? October 2016 Where did you grow up? Destrehan, LA What do you do when you are not at CrossFit Aesthetics? Visiting live music venues, cooking, volunteering at the SPCA, playing video games and […]
December 29, 2016

New Year, New Me (Part 4 of 4): Reward Yourself

The final installment of our New Year, New Me series is here. Let’s discuss setting up a personal rewards systems to keep you motivated. We are more likely to follow through with our goals if we are rewarded. Unfortunately, health and fitness rewards take time. Here are some ways you can reward yourself in the short term and long term. Be sure to write out your reward system to serve as additional motivation and incentive. Reward Your Diligence: The day you join a group fitness program, don’t go out and buy the trendiest workout clothes. Instead, reward yourself with some new […]
May 31, 2020

Get Back to Work

CrossFit Aesthetics – CrossFit View Public Whiteboard Warm-up 3 SETS -10 Jump Shrugs -10 Strict Press -10 Backsquats -10 Good Mornings Back Squat (3×8) Shoulder Press (3 x 8) Split Squat (3×10(e)) SuperSet 3 Sets (rest 30 seconds b/t sets) Plank (20s) + Pushups (10)
April 6, 2020


CrossFit Aesthetics – CrossFit View Public Whiteboard Metcon (AMRAP – Rounds) 12min AMRAP -4 Burpees -14 Jump Squats -24 Mountain Climbers -34 Jumping Jacks
March 24, 2020


CrossFit Aesthetics – CrossFit View Public Whiteboard The Long Mile (Time) 4 Rounds For Time: -10 Burpees -100m Sprint -10 Air Squats -100m Sprint -10 Push-ups -100m Sprint -10 Situps -100m SprintNotes -We’ve done a slight variation of this wod in class involving farmers carries. This time its all you! -Keep in mind that the 100m is a SPRINT, not a jog! Measuring is always an estimate but make sure you go all out. -Prior to beginning, pay close attention to your calfs and lower back–foam roll, stretch, massage etc. -20min Time Cap
March 22, 2020


CrossFit Aesthetics – CrossFit View Public Whiteboard Metcon (Time) 5 Rounds for Time: -20 V-Ups/Tuck Ups -20s Plank Hold (elbows) -20ft Bear Crawl -20 Pushups -20s Plank Hold (push-up position)Notes: -If you have a bar or a heavy object you can press–substitute the pushups for any variation of an Overhead Press -This will be taxing on your core/midline. Rest 1 minute between rounds if necessary. -Post your results!