Ft. Hood Donations
CrossFit: Skill, Endurance or Make-up day.
Skills: Spend 10-15 minutes on each skill.
Level-1: Rope Climbs, Handstands, Toes to Bar.
Level-2: Muscle-up progressions, Handstand push-ups, Pistol progressions.
Level-3: L-sit rope climbs, Multiple Muscle-ups, Strict pistols.
Endurance: 2000 meter row, 1000 meter row, 500 meter row, rest 3:00 mins between.
Make-up Day: Monday or Wednesday WODS.
Coaching Notes: An outstanding performance this week. I had a Workout planned today but based on the pain in my quads and the obvious pain in all of yours I decided to move it to tomorow.
The original CFBV Kids crew. Challenge any one of them to a burpee contest. You will lose!
First Annual Food Drive
For FREE Chiropractic Care
Free adjustments & New Patient Exams in exchange for your donations to help feed the hungry through our local World Impact Network. Here's how this works:
Dr. Robert Cummins, Dr. Josh Oncken and staff will trade a full day's chiropractic care for your donation of non-perishable food or a donation to the World Impact Network, just down the street from Cummins Chiropractic & Wellness.
I'm In! … Now what?
· Established patients, please schedule an appointment for an "extra" regular adjustment by calling the office at (425) 614-0680.
· Family members, friends and co-workers who want to know if chiropractic could help them can call the office at (425) 614-0680 to schedule a new patient appointment exam (and x-rays if necessary) for FREE… with a donation to the food bank of course. Feel free to forward this email to them so they can know the details of this great event.
· Bring your food donation when you come at your scheduled appointment time.
What types of food should I bring?
Any nonperishable food or monetary donations will benefit the hungry. If you prefer to donate food, select shelf-stable food with the lowest saturated fats and lowest refined carbohydrates (sugar, corn-syrup, white flour). The food bank buys white rice and beans in bulk, so we encourage you to donate other items. Here are some suggestions:
General food items:
Oatmeal, Whole grain pastas, Brown rice, Tomato products, Canned vegetables, Canned fruit, especially with low sugar (but not artificial sweeteners), Canned fish or meat, Shelf-stable milk, Beef stew, chili and similar meals with low sugar and saturated fats.
Infant and baby foods:
Baby formula, Canned milk, Infant cereal, Jars of baby food, Powdered or canned milk
We also accept baby diapers.
Can't make it to the Food Drive?
Please drop off your food donation, large or small, to the office this week. Help us reach our goal of 2,000 lbs of food!
Thanks and see you soon!
Dr. Bob Cummins
Where & When
Cummins Chiropractic & Wellness
4122 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellevue, Washington 98006
Saturday, December 5th
Starting at 9am
By appointment only!