Original Beastly News article by Rob Bloom
Sometimes when I’m discussing CrossFit with my friends (who don’t CrossFit) the topics of strict healthy diet, lack of unnecessary indulgence and consistent intense training come up, and I get this reaction, “well, dude, you gotta live.” My response, “You’re right, I do live, just not the way countless others do.” See, the thing is, I’ve got one life to live and I choose to live it elite.
Article from JasonFerruggia.com Working in the fitness industry has to be the worst occupation in the world when you’re at a party full of people you don’t know. At least 75% of them will ask you about how they can lose “this” or tighten up “right here.” My favorite is when a 187 pound woman […]
Article from popsci.com By Kris Gunnars/ Authority Nutrition 1. Added Sugar Supplies a Large Amount of Fructose The reason added sugar (and its evil twin… High Fructose Corn Syrup) is bad for you, is that it supplies a very large amount of fructose. Sugar (and HFCS) are half glucose, half fructose. Glucose is essential and can be […]
Funny 3-part spoof on the Dos Equis beer commercials. Beastly News has all 3 parts all here in one place!
Article from postgradproblems.com I signed up for CrossFit in early 2011, a few months after graduating from college. I had spent the better part of a decade destroying my physical health and appearance through nonstop binge drinking, drug use, and consumption of every tobacco product known to man, and didn’t want to die of a […]
Not even Rich Froning Jr.’s shirtless magazine covers or back-to-back CrossFit Games victories can contend with what’s happening in CrossFit and the women’s field.
We can’t all afford a personal masseuse or athletic trainer to regularly rub out the kinks, soreness, and tight spots in our muscles. But there is a way to massage oneself, with the benefit of being able to control exactly where and how much pressure to apply.