I’ve done a couple of mud runs and trust me, they are fun. Incredibly fun. In fact, doing one usually leads to wanting to do many of them. But personally I think the amount of them that keep popping up all over the place is getting a little out of hand. And the names of […]
Article from online.wsj.com By Tom Flynn For Gary Smith, a rigorous CrossFit workout has helped him to keep his competitive edge as a telecommunications chief executive—so much so he converted stables on his property, into a facility devoted to the exercise regimen. “What I like about [CrossFit] is it’s intense and varied and really is […]
Article from Forbes David Tao, Contributor The fitness world is used to new trends exploding almost overnight, with fad workouts and diets making a big slash only to crash back to earth once the next hot thing rolls around. Just a few years ago, CrossFit was the newest, hottest thing in training, and many industry […]
This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “food poisoning.” Original list found in Dr. Jayson Calton and Certified Nutritionist Mira Calton’s new book, Rich Food, Poor Food.
Chronic overtraining can lead to serious brain, muscle, and metabolic imbalances. These parallel chronic adrenal dysfunction and aerobic deficiency. Eventually the body becomes exhausted and many hormones are significantly reduced.
Article from if-fit.com by Adrian Van Balen Each and every person will bring a different skill set with them when they begin their CrossFit journey. Some people have strength, some have endurance, while others have flexibility. However, no matter what you bring to the table, there is bound to be something that is going to […]
Article from T-Nation.com by Max Shank – 6/26/2013 Here’s what you need to know… • Extensive sitting can make you a pathetically functioning human being. • You can improve movement quality in only 30 seconds by using the Thoracic Bridge. Sitting in physically damaging. Some even say that excess sitting is the smoking of our […]