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Social Facilitation and CrossFit

For over a year and a half, I’ve been actively involved in CrossFit and this has positively impacted my training. Before I started the CrossFit program, I was a gym rat. My focus was on the bodybuilder routine. When I added in rock climbing, I added cardio to my program. The next routine I added...
Diaphragm

The First Cue For A New CF Athlete

Ok, before we get started I first want you to sit back, close your eyes, and take in three deep breaths.  Really pay attention to how those breaths feel…what structures of your body move and inflate.  Notice anything? Breathing……it’s something we do without thinking every day ~16 times per …

The Five Stages of Loss in Competition

During completion (especially during the Open), there are times when giving our best doesn’t guarantee a win. The problem is that no matter what we are doing, there is always someone who is faster, stronger or has more drive. When a loss occurs, we take it personally and begin the grieving process of the loss,...
Sticking the Landing

Sticking the Landing

Making substantive life changes is never easy, but it inevitably begins and ends with an attitude adjustment for the better. What will you change today?
Got Control?

Got Control?

Being a good athlete isn't always about going HAM. Contributor Missy Berkowitz explains why using body control is important and necessary.
Why You Shouldn’t Go Rx

Why You Shouldn’t Go Rx

Why are you in such a hurry to go Rx? "Don't try to be elite before you're elite," writes Contributor Ernesto Benavides. Heed his sound advice here.

Paleo Disillusioned

“Only 4.5 grams!” exclaims my wife, Kristen, upon reading the amount of fat on the wrapper of a birthday cake flavored Pop Tart.  The thin foil wrapping crinkles as its opened. She breaks off a piece of the kaleidoscope colored pastry and inspects it before stuffing it into her mouth.   Her eyes widen in …

The Four “C’s” of Mental Strength

Before we get into the four “C’s” of mental strength, let’s look at what mental strength is: Mental strength is the capacity for an individual to deal effectively with stressors, pressures and challenges and perform to the best of their abilities irrespective of the circumstances in which they find …

Mental Health and Fitness

With a career within the Fitness Industry spanning over 30 years, I had decided to work part-time at a local gym and attend film school (British Columbia Canada 1994-95) offering full-time acting classes. Two very different industries, but with some similarities. I recall my first day of acting class, our instructor …

Vision Board Your Health

Do you find yourself imagining or dreaming about optimal health? Or talking about it, but not actually achieving or doing it? When clients book in for a Complimentary Fitness Assessment, one procedure they must complete is my questionnaire pertaining to their lifestyle goals. Most often clients want to achieve these goals …
Why We Compete

Why We Compete

Wishing you had competed in this year's Open? Contributor Jennifer Charles of True Barbellion breaks down why competing matters, and how to grow from the experience as an athlete and individual.
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