21 Deadlifts, 225# (155#)
21 Push press, 135# (95#)
15 Deadlifts, 225# (155#)
15 Push press, 135# (95#)
9 Deadlifts, 225# (155#)
9 Push press, 135# (95#)
Post times to comments and BTWB.
Been wondering what that empty refrigerator in the front of the gym was for? Well, we are very happy to say that the fridge is no longer empty! We filled the refrigerator with meals this afternoon (Tuesday).
Our company is called Noble Savage, and we are preparing Paleo quality meals in 40/30/30 proportions (Carbs, Protein, Fat- by Calorie contribution). 40/30/30 is the intent of the Zone diet. Every meal we serve is in this exact macronutrient proportion.
Most meals will come in two sizes- single serve meals and family size. Single serve is based off of 4 zone blocks, and family size is based off 10. Four-block meals will cost between $9 and $12.
The vending refrigerator uses RF ID cards that you can pick up at the refrigerator. You can set up an account right at the machine using a smart phone, or you can take a card with you and set it up later. What is a vending refrigerator you ask? It is a regular commercial refrigerator that we have added some vending technology to. Here is how it works.
Step 1: Pick up a Noble Savage RFID card (we have some at the refrigerator).
Step 2: Go to our website, www.noblesavagefoods.
Step 3: Set up your account according to the instructions (don’t worry, you only do this once).
Step 4: Load your account with whatever amount of money you wish. If you end up with an odd amount remaining on your card, you can still make a purchase, and our system will just charge your card for the difference between your balance and what the meal cost.
Step 5: Once you have set up your account and loaded your card, all you do is wave your card in front of the refrigerator. Since it works via RFID, you don’t even need to take it out of your purse or wallet.
Step 6: The refrigerator recognizes your card and opens the fridge. Feel free to look at all of the delicious items wehave painstakingly prepared for you. Yes, just you. Well, to be fair, Luke said we had to let him have some too. If you pick up an item and put it back, nothing happens. No hotel minibar mishaps here.
Step 7: When you close the door, the fridge uses scales underneath all of the items to figure out if you removed something (could be one item, two of the same, or several different items in different quantities), then displays what you just bought on the screen and relocks the fridge.
Step 8: Scurry home or on to the office, heat up your meal according to the instructions on the package, and enjoy!
Please protect your RFID card! People can use it to open the fridge and make charges to your account if you leave it laying about. Not that anyone would do that (Clancy), but please do be careful with it.
We have posted a video of Jake doing a demonstration of the fridge on youtube, please check it out here:http://youtu.be/57OFDgeN1H0
We want you all to know that we really want your feedback! We are honored to be placing our first refrigerator at Verve. We sincerely appreciate both your patience, and any suggestions you may have for improving the experience. Please send all of your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.