In the Janzen household, to be apart of the “Clean Plate Club,” you must be disciplined, determined and under the age of 6…

We’ve decided to broaden the participants of this elite club to those outside of our brood by naming our February Nutrition Challenge after our family tradition.  The rules will be slightly varied, however.  Instead of finishing everything, you will be purposefully choosing what is (and what is not) on your plate.

After feedback on what our members would like as a nutrition challenge this year, we were not surprised by the wide array of answers.  Some requested Whole 30, others vegan, and still others picked the Paleo route. How could we, as a community, help each member reach their desired goal?  We decided to, similar to a WOD, give people opportunities to scale their challenge based on their goals (while keeping the stimulus intact – eating cleaner)!  

Each of you wanting to join the club, can decide what specific categories of “food” you would like to remove from your diet.  These can include (but are not limited to) sugar, dairy, gluten, alcohol, fast food, meat and processed food.  Once decided, your goal will be added to our community board at the gym so that others can encourage you and keep you accountable.  

Our desire for the challenge is that it may be beneficial, doable and successful for everyone.  Whether cutting out a single item, or all of the above, Andy and I look forward to supporting you as you fuel your body to be strengthened physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally.

In the Janzen household, to be apart of the “Clean Plate Club,” you must be disciplined, determined and under the age of 6…

We’ve decided to broaden the participants of this elite club to those outside of our brood by naming our February Nutrition Challenge after our family tradition.  The rules will be slightly varied, however.  Instead of finishing everything, you will be purposefully choosing what is (and what is not) on your plate.

After feedback on what our members would like as a nutrition challenge this year, we were not surprised by the wide array of answers.  Some requested Whole 30, others vegan, and still others picked the Paleo route. How could we, as a community, help each member reach their desired goal?  We decided to, similar to a WOD, give people opportunities to scale their challenge based on their goals (while keeping the stimulus intact – eating cleaner)!  

Each of you wanting to join the club, can decide what specific categories of “food” you would like to remove from your diet.  These can include (but are not limited to) sugar, dairy, gluten, alcohol, fast food, meat and processed food.  Once decided, your goal will be added to our community board at the gym so that others can encourage you and keep you accountable.  

Our desire for the challenge is that it may be beneficial, doable and successful for everyone.  Whether cutting out a single item, or all of the above, Andy and I look forward to supporting you as you fuel your body to be strengthened physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally.

In the Janzen household, to be apart of the “Clean Plate Club,” you must be disciplined, determined and under the age of 6…

We’ve decided to broaden the participants of this elite club to those outside of our brood by naming our February Nutrition Challenge after our family tradition.  The rules will be slightly varied, however.  Instead of finishing everything, you will be purposefully choosing what is (and what is not) on your plate.

After feedback on what our members would like as a nutrition challenge this year, we were not surprised by the wide array of answers.  Some requested Whole 30, others vegan, and still others picked the Paleo route. How could we, as a community, help each member reach their desired goal?  We decided to, similar to a WOD, give people opportunities to scale their challenge based on their goals (while keeping the stimulus intact – eating cleaner)!  

Each of you wanting to join the club, can decide what specific categories of “food” you would like to remove from your diet.  These can include (but are not limited to) sugar, dairy, gluten, alcohol, fast food, meat and processed food.  Once decided, your goal will be added to our community board at the gym so that others can encourage you and keep you accountable.  

Our desire for the challenge is that it may be beneficial, doable and successful for everyone.  Whether cutting out a single item, or all of the above, Andy and I look forward to supporting you as you fuel your body to be strengthened physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally.