Posts by Jan Dayleg

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Reality Bites.

by Jan Dayleg, Head Coach/ Co-Owner, CrossFit 5 Triple 9 Really? Really dude? Are you for real? Serio gai? Seriously? Are you still complaining? In what I would call a humble career in the fitness industry, six years of training personal clients, four years as a CrossFit coach, three different facilities with the most …

In Defense of My Community

by Jan Dayleg, Head Coach of CrossFit 5 Triple 9 The island of Curaçao which I teach on (transplanted from CrossFit Dumbo of Brooklyn, New York) is fairly fresh to the Kool-Aid we all know as CrossFit. Back home in New Jersey and New York, I’ve read my fair share of articles about why CrossFit...

Go Suck At Something.

by Jan Dayleg, Head Coach, CrossFit 5 Triple 9 Recently I came across a coach by the name of Kelly Starrett (if you don’t know this name by now, you might be living under a rock.) talking about how he finds inspiration to become a better coach and athlete. “You want to get inspired? Go...

Everything Is Everything

by Jan Dayleg Head Coach/ Owner, CrossFit 5 Triple 9, Curaçao Before I get into it, this post was inspired/ triggered by a Facebook status update from none other than Nicole Capurso. If you don’t know who she is, you should. The status read: “I’m not sure if my jerk got stronger because my handstand...

Bruce Lee: Martial Artist, Virtuoso, CrossFitter?

by Jan Dayleg, Head Coach/Owner, CrossFit 5 Triple 9 One subject that the trainers at the CrossFit Level 1 Instructor’s Course talk about with some regularity is the never-ending “pursuit of virtuosity” in our movement. Virtuosity is a term well-known in the realm of gymnastics, and is defined as …

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