Is CrossFit Right For Non-Athletes?

If you’ve never played organized sports or you don’t consider yourself athletic you probably feel like CrossFit isn’t for you. Don’t worry. You’re in good company. Most everyone has had this same feeling. Where does this come from? I think there are two things at play here: what you see on the internet and what …

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4 Ways To Get Stronger At Ring Dips

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Ways To Get Stronger at Pull-Ups

Top 3 Tips To Maximize Your Deadlift

People tend to have polarized feelings about deadlifts. Either they love them or they hate them. If you love deadlifts this is usually for one of three potential reasons.  You already pull heavy weight. You are considered “strong” or “really good at that” so you enjoy doing it more. Yay dopamine! Maybe you are favorably …

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How To Become A Fat Burning Mom

How To Become A Fat Burning Mom Evolutionary women were built for childbearing. Unlike men, women have survival techniques that are unique to their bodies in order to prepare them for growing another human. While this is a beautiful miraculous trait, it comes with some conditions that specifically come into play when we are talking …

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Top 3 Reason To Train With A Kettlebell

If you could only buy one piece of equipment to accomplish all of your training what would you buy? Treadmills and bikes are great for cardio but definitely won’t get you stronger. A barbell is great but where do you have room to keep it and let alone use it? Total gym style machines always …

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Differences Between Orangetheory and CrossFit

Group fitness training is a highly effective way to train. Two popular methods of group training are CrossFit and Orangetheory Fitness. If you have been trying to find a fitness program to help you get stronger, lose weight, or improve your health and energy you may have had some questions about the program for you. …

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Squat vs Deadlift

Which lower body movement is “King of the Lifts”? The squat and deadlift are the two staple movements of a lower body training program. The squat and hip hinge are also two fundamental human movement patterns and are important for normal daily function. They also require a large percentage of muscle recruitment making them essential …

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