1. What Social Distancing Means For Athletes

    Training in the time of Coronavirus   As Coronavirus is sweeping the nation, it’s likely been on all your feeds — what did we even talk about before Coronavirus?! In response, the concept of social distancing has been asked of us.    But what does social distancing mean for CrossFit and for o…Read More

  2. How To Train For Your First Crossfit Competition (Part Two)

    Take Crossfit seriously, but not too seriously!   In our first post, we began diving into how to make the most out of your training as you go into your first Crossfit competition to which we mentioned having fun in your training, upping your nutrition, and getting serious about mobility and recover…Read More

  3. Why Keto? (Part Two)

    We’re a couple months into the new year, and we’ll continue to navigate the keto diet here! Keto. The ketogenic diet. Ketosis. A high-fat, low-carb (HFLC) diet goes by many names, but how are you feeling about the whole thing? In part one, we began to navigate keto and looked into its developmen…Read More

  4. Crossfit Nutrition Pro Tips

    Ready to up your performance? Turn to these nutrients!   Exercise, albeit a beneficial one, is a stressor and Crossfit in general demands a great deal out of our bodies. Whether we are working on Olympic lifts or completing a WOD in record time, supporting our bodies through all of it is imperative…Read More

  5. Staying Motivated

    Along your fitness journey, there is the natural ebb and flow of things — as a new crossfitter in the beginning, you are stoked. You dive wildly into multiple classes a week and tweak your nutrition. Eventually, the newness wears off and you settle into your CrossFit gym and learn the intricacies …Read More

  6. Just Say No To Chronic Disease

    American citizens are in crisis. With more than half of the US population, half of the population, living with a chronic disease, this is creating a dangerous cycle contributing to higher health care costs and a population of extremely sick people. This reality is one experts have been trying to com…Read More

  7. Weight Training for Seniors

    As we get older — there is no denying it — our bodies age, but there are preventive measures we can take, and exercise is just one of them. Consistent exercise is arguably more beneficial for the senior age group because it helps combat chronic disease and lowers the risk of injury that often co…Read More

  8. 4 Unhealthy Health Foods to Avoid

    Exercise and diet. Two sides to the fitness coin. Diet plays an incredibly important part in our health and fitness. Any exercise regimen that doesn’t take diet into account is bound to fail. With that said, there are many so-called “healthy” foods that aren’t actually good for you. If you…Read More

  9. 5 Posture Facts You Should Know

    When you’re trying to get in shape, there’s a lot of things to keep in mind. What exercises are right for your body type, the best foods to eat to achieve the look you want, and fads to avoid are all important factors in your fitness. However, one aspect that often gets overlooked is posture. Wi…Read More