Scaling movements is one of the most important parts of training. More important probably is developing awareness on when we should and need to scale a movement or weight based on how we are feeling and how we are moving in that given training session. Scaling allows an individual to
I recently read an article talking about blocks or walls we experience in life (check it out here). It made me think about how in CrossFit these same walls and blocks exist when we set goals for ourselves, whether it be to hit a new PR on our back squat, nail down the elusive muscle u
With the open drawing closer it means the competitive CrossFit season is about to hit full swing. It also means the stress level in most boxes are about to spike as well. Participating individuals will be anxiously waiting and anticipating each week as they sit and twiddle their thumb
I get asked a lot what it takes to improve on the Olympic lifts. My answer is always…TIME. Without the time and patience to consistently work on these lifts the road to PR’s will be a very long, bumpy and frustrating one. While it will take time to develop and refine techn
by Michele Lea So many of us are changing our diet and cutting this and that out. Many of us as we get older notice we can no longer tolerate our usual diets or have become allergic to certain foods…gluten, acidic foods, nightshades (peppers, tomatoes, eggplants)…for me it’s broccoli
by Crawford Miller We all have friends who give us funny looks when CrossFit comes up in conversation. They’re often looks of disgust or sighs of frustration because they’re fed up hearing about it. But, why are they so annoyed with something that makes us so happy? The answer?
by Jason Hilliard Happy New Year Everyone! Over the past month, Brad and I have made some significant changes to our online presence. The new website was something that we worked on for quite some time, so we hope everyone enjoys the site. We then started thinking about putting togeth