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September 26, 2018

Metcon (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps) AMRAP 20 400m run 10 t2b 10 burpees 50ft “Core” Bear Crawl 5 sand bag cleans 50′ front rack sand bag carry

July 31, 2018

Desire to improve. Not a desire to win, to PR, or achieve some insanely notable feat, but to just improve. Improvement over time. Slow and steady. Improvement that you know isn’t a fluke or a stroke of good luck. When you’ve worked hard, paid your dues, and put in the consistent effort to earn the

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July 26, 2018

Use rest / active rest days to make a conscious effort to recover. Take action to improve your overall health and/or performance. Here are just a few of my favorite techniques to help me make the most of my rest days: Swimming or Bike ride Both of these allow us to get out of the

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June 7, 2018 – Rest Days

Use rest / active rest days to make an effort to recover. Take steps and action to improve your overall health and/or performance. Here are just a few of my favorite techniques to help me make the most of my rest days: Swimming or Bike ride Both of these allow us to get out of

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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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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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IDGAF about your bench press

“Why don’t we bench press more often?” It’s a common question in the CrossFit world and at our gym. A once well-known benchmark of overall strength, the bench press went from being the absolute measuring stick of men, to somewhat of a back-burner piece that is hardly used in fitness, today. Here’s why… The Pros

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