With the new year in full effect, many of us have volunteered for challenging resolutions. One of the most popular resolutions in the health and fitness world is some form of “diet.” While we like to encourage a lifestyle change (not temporary food changes) Whole30 is actually a little more like a diet – designed

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Healthy eating begins with what you bring into your home as options to use. It’s simple for someone to tell you to pick the right foods, but when you go into the grocery store, farmer’s market, co-op, etc, it’s important to go in with a plan. Below are some easy ways to make grocery shopping

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Research says you’re 10x more likely to solidify a change in behavior by making a New Years Resolution vs if you didn’t make a start-of-the-year vow. TEN TIMES. Not too shabby. Seems like you’re off to a great START. In order to achieve goals/change, we have to set GOALS and identify our desired change. Nearly 45% percent

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We will be closed Monday, in celebration of New Years Day. All emails and phone calls will be returned promptly, on Tuesday (as long as Sofia does her job). From our family to yours, we want to wish you all the Happiest of New Years. CHEERS! to 2018!

Whole30 is all the buzz. It offers and points to countless benefits like losing weight, fighting disease and directs its focus to “resetting” the body over 30 days of “clean eating.” So, what exactly is Whole30? Whole30 is a short-term nutrition reset, designed to help you put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a

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3/22/2017 A: Metcon (No Measure) Every 5 minutes, for 30 minutes (6 sets) for times: Row 500 Meters/Run 400m 8 Strict Pull-Ups 12 Toes to Bar 16 Push-Ups Please note times for each of the six sets. B.: Every 90 seconds, for 12 minutes (2 sets of each): 1. – 60 seconds of Reverse Snow

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3/21/2017 A. EMOM: Snatch (Every 2min x10 – 1 snatch lift-off + 1 full snatch) Build over the course of the 10 sets to something heavy. A Snatch Lift-Off is the first portion of the snatch, from the ground to the knees. Keep your torso angle consistent through all phases of this lift-off, and pause

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3/20/2017 A1. : Back Squat (3×8 @ 31X1) Rest 90sec between movements A2.: Pull-ups (3×8 @ 2110 tempo) rest 90 sec between movements A3. : Bottom’s Up Kettlebell Carry x 100-Feet (50′ each side) + Metcon (Time) 21-15-9 Dumbbell Thrusters (50/35) Burpees

3/17/2017 CrossFit Open WOD 17.4