Sin of Cortez is Gluten Free and Paleo Friendly

Hello Norcal community!  I just wanted to let you all know about a cool restaurant in Chico called Sin of Cortez.  It is owned and operated by Danielle Ius, a fellow Norcal member.  Sin of Cortez is a breakfast/lunch restaurant, and it is open 365 days out of the year.  The selection of food choices is great, and she is featuring Sarah Fragoso’s Paleo Breakfast Special right now.  They also offer a variety of gluten free meals or substitutions as well as gluten free pancakes!  Check out some great pics of the place and some of the things they serve!  I know from experience that Sin has great food, Christina and I frequent the place all the time.  So, check it out when you are looking to go out for breakfast or lunch.  P.S.  The coffee there is amazing too, my  favorite is the “Hammerhead.”

Written by Matt

Matthew Brown has been involved in athletics for most of his life. He developed a huge passion for running at a very young age and ultimately competed for Chico State University in Track and Field for 4 years. After graduation he felt the continued drive to be involved in athletics in some way, and pursued a Masters degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology. While working on his degree he was actively involved in the Chico State Track and Field program coaching both sprint and middle distance athletes in addition to working with them on their strength programs. His compassion for fitness and people continued to grow even after finishing his degree. He felt there was still room for growth and improvement in his overall knowledge in fitness and found a new home at Norcal Strength and Conditioning. While training at Norcal he found a new way to be competitive in fitness, and that was in the sport of Crossfit. After competing in a few competitions and training at Norcal for a year and a half he decided to pursue an opportunity as a personal trainer. He is excited to be a part of the sense of community and compassion that surrounds NorCal strength and Conditioning. Before Matthew attained his Masters degree in Kinesiology, he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an option in Management. He has been a supervisor for over 13 years at a large canning and packaging corporation. Working with a variety of people offers many types of challenging situations and Matthew loves to be a part of these experiences. With his long history of involvement in management and athletics, Matthew has the skills, leadership, and enthusiasm to help motivate any person from any walk of life to achieve their fitness goals.

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  1. shouldn’t have read this one while starving…. i think a little drool slipped out…

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