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Are You Eating Enough? Chances Are You’re Not!

Every time we step into the gym, we put in the work, right? But, what if someone told you that you may not be eating …

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REST & RECOVERY: WHY YOU NEED BOTH TO BE A BETTER ATHLETE

Fitness, in so many ways, is the gift that keeps on giving because of its potential to play so many roles in our day-to-day lives. …

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The First Step To Success: Setting Realistic Goals

Can you remember the last time that you chased a new goal? Maybe it was a heavy weight PR, a faster race time, or even …

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New To CrossFit? Here Are A Few Things You Should Know

CrossFit gets a bad rap for being the intimidating kid on the block. Starting a new fitness program can already be intimidating. The stereotypes that …

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Want to be a better endurance athlete? Do CrossFit.

When balanced correctly, endurance training and functional fitness work together synergistically to make you a much more effective athlete from a 360-degree perspective.

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Intermittent Fasting and CrossFit

The evidence suggests that you absolutely can mix IF and CrossFit, but your success with it will all depend on what you are currently ready, willing, and able to do to meet your specific body composition goals.

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Does Step Counting Really Matter?

Simply put, no, it doesn’t. Counting the number of steps you take ignores two very important elements of exercise: intensity and other movements. INTENSITY: STEPS …

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Why Does CrossFit Work?

CrossFit works because it allows us to consistently get fitter (whatever that may mean to you) through varied programming (avoiding routine) that will push you to your limits (overload) and keep you wanting to do more (you won’t want to lose it!) through either 1:1 Personal Training or our Group Classes, which are effectively personal training in a small group environment (individuality).

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Five Habits of Highly Successful Eaters

The secret to good nutrition is establishing healthy habits you can follow for the long haul—not for weeks or months but for the rest of …

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The “Dark Side” of Nutrition Labels

The “Calories In & Calories Out” mindset is super common for those of us who want to lose weight. This leads to the popularity of diets and nutrition programs that utilize calories counting or other counting methods (WW’s points, macro counting, etc.) as a way to guide clients to weight loss goals. While, the Calories In vs. Calories Out system works exceptionally well on paper and is an easy sell to clients, in practice it can become tricky.

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