Forrest Griffin, winner of the first season of the hit mixed martial arts reality show, The Ultimate Fighter and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, gives a thoughtful, yet humorous review of Kelly Starrett’s book, Becoming a Supple Leopard. In Becoming a Supple Leopard, Kelly Starrett—founder of MobilityWod.com—shares his revolutionary approach to mobility and maintenance of […]
In recent decades, the fad of juicing fruits and vegetables for the purpose weight loss, “cleansing”, and “detoxifying” has reached alarming new heights. With claims such as “purifying the mind”, “cleansing the colon”, and promoting the ability to drop weight at a record pace, the juicing cleanse fad is a scary monster. There can be […]
Article from BreakingMuscle.com By Chet Morjaria Contributor – Strength Training and Olympic Weightlifting The following is a guest post from Chet Morjaria of Ironwork: The road to success in Olympic weightlifting is often a complex one to navigate. There are many routes to take, some more direct than others. An experienced lifting coach can help you map out your journey, […]
By Jon Gilson, Again Faster
Here are a few more things I’ve learned during training. Hopefully, they’ll inspire you to engage in some reflection and maybe even some writing. Jon Gilson would love to hear your contributions to his list.
Article from philly.com By Cassie Haynes, J.D., M.P.H. The CrossFit Games are the Olympics of our sport, where the creme-de-la-crème compete head-to-head for the title of Fittest Woman/Man/Team in the World (and a pretty hefty prize package furnished primarily by CrossFit’s main squeeze, Reebok.) More than 200 athletes representing 17 regions—ten of which are in […]
Article from TheBoxMag.com By JTol And neither are you (unless Rich is reading this, in which case, thanks and I’m a HUGE fan). I am what is known in the CrossFit universe as a “Grinder.” I didn’t come up with this term, but it represents a majority of the day-to-day CrossFit members around the world. […]
Jason Ferruggia explains the fastest way to lose fat. And guess what, it’s not complicated but it is intense. But it’s something you have to work up to. Put in the time and you’ll get the results.