Convenience is a great thing, especially with our busy daily lives. There are not many people that enjoy going to the grocery store on a weekly basis. It’s difficult to meal plan and prepare meals. It takes time. Many startup companies know that, and they have formulated a busin
There’s a terrific book out there called “Smartcuts, How Hackers, Innovators, and Icons Accelerate Success” by Shane Snow. Shane attempts to provide answers as to why and how some individuals end up having a shorter path to success. Typically, the “normal” path to create your o
An excuse that’s heard all too often is, “I can’t do CrossFit without first getting in shape.” The preconceived notion that CrossFit can’t be done without being in decent physical shape is something that CrossFit hasn’t done a good job in rejecting.
A couple days ago I received a voicemail from one of my very best buddies who now lives in Indiana. We have frequent conversations about fitness. The biggest question he always comes back to is “how can I stay consistent in a workout regimen.” His biggest problem is not having the tim
Dear YSCF, Keeping track of the workouts that you do and the weights that you do for lifts is an important tool in helping you progress in CrossFit. By having knowledge of previous lifts and workouts you have benchmarks from which to gauge what to do for upcoming lifts and workouts. T
YSCF Family! A lot of you have probably noticed the new FitAid fridge at the gym and might be wondering what exactly the stuff is. FitAid is a pre and post workout supplement that is designed to help reduce muscle soreness and support recovery. I have personally started to use it befo
The other day I ran across a great podcast about CrossFit. Tim Ferriss interviews Kelly Starrett about CrossFit, it’s benefits, where he sees CrossFit going, and the most common issues he sees in athletes. It’s well worth the hour if you can listen. I think it gives some g