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 by crossfitinvictus.com Written by Nick Hawkes You have probably seen athletes around the gym sporting some flashy, bright blue knee sleeves. And, you might have said to yourself “self, those a super stylish and I wonder if I could benefit from their brilliant blue power for performance while enhancing my workout ensemble.” The answer […]
CrossFit didn’t injure you. Your asymmetrical, deconditioned self predisposed you to an injury. When an injury is not trauma-induced, it is due to improper biomechanics and a lack of proper muscle-activation patterns. It’s not uncommon for a new patient to come into my office and tell me “CrossFit injured me.” Right then and there I […]
Article from outlawcoach.com By Rudy Nielsen >I would like to address today’s post to one person in particular. I don’t often do this, but I feel this is the right time. The rest of you may read it, but it is very personal and heartfelt, so I am admittedly a little shy about posting. Dear Dmitry […]
Article from draxe.com By Dr. Josh Axe We all have the notion that eating fish would be the better option over bacon when it comes to health. And the truth is, it really is! Fish is a low fat, high protein food that has a range of health benefits. However, given what we know of […]