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Food, Wellness and the Mind, Body and Spirit with Annette Brausch

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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Josh Hollin: “I weighed 350lbs and I was super intimidated by CrossFit”

I first heard of CrossFit when I started experimenting with the paleo diet, back in 2012. At that time, I weighed 350lbs and I was super intimidated by CrossFit and never thought I would actually end up doing it… Fast forward three years later to 2015. I was able to lose over 50lbs just by including some

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Training the Core or Wasting Your Time

Abs. Everyone wants them. It seems logical to get them, we need to train them. Them  – the abs. So most trainers send their clients on a schedule of “core exercises” to get that blazing hot summer body but, what if that’s all a load of shit… The “core” is the collection of muscles that

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Whole30 Avocado Tost

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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6 Ways to Save Time and Money Grocery Shopping

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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