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Coconut Rice with Brussel Sprouts

This has been hands down one of my favorite (vegan) recipes. Cooking the rice in coconut milk is a GAME CHANGER. This recipe comes from Jeanine Donofrio’s cookbook, “The Love and Lemons Cookbook,” which I highly recommend. This dish is filling and offers up an incredible flavor profile, while also providing lots of great nutritional

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Eating and Exercising for Weight Loss

Keto? Paleo? Whole 30? HCLF? Atkins? The amount of readily accessible, ready for download and/or purchase, diets is overwhelming. There is SO much (conflicting) information, he said, she said, and pure NONsense that even experienced athletes and fitness enthusiasts can easily get lost in the worldwide web. Preface Let’s set a few parameters before going

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Travis Marunde: My Story

  In 2010 I weighed 280 lbs.  Despite my efforts to be healthier and lose weight, spending hours in the gym multiple days a week and trying to “eat better”, nothing was working. I wasn’t seeing any results.  I was discouraged.  Being so unhealthy and so far from where I wanted to be, I started

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Gold, Silver, or Bronze (Coach Giff)

What you TOLERATE for is what you END UP WITH.  If you settle for good enough that is what you will get.  Reaching beyond what you think you are capable of and not being settled will get you your gold.  That is when barriers are broken and goals are met. This is where a group

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Injuries, Prevention and Building the Basement with Christina Woytal

Chiropractic and CrossFit – GUEST POST**

For those who don’t know us, my name is Steve Antoniotti and my lovely wife is Kate Antoniotti.  We have a 23 month old son, Leo, who proves to be my own personal “CrossFit Home Gym”: Chasing him (200 yard dash) and throwing him as high in the air (wall balls) as Kate allows.  We

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Is Your Warm Up Making You Weaker?

Everyone has an opinion on the best way to warm-up. Do this, don’t do that… walking the line between being “warm” and the fear of being “too tired” to actually workout, afterwards. Should we stretch? Should we do cardio? I’ll do my best to address all these questions and concerns and also shed some light

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Why Goals Matter

Every coach has their own opinion on goals. Some talk about their value and importance as if training without them is completely pointless. Other coaches talk about how it can put too much stress on “athletes” and cause people to beat themselves up over shortcomings or failures. I think both of these cases can be

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Optimal Health and Chiropractic Care with Dr. Steve Antoniotti

CrossFit: An introduction wsg/ Callie Smith