My Sprinter When you’re the parent of a child on the autism spectrum, you’re used to your child moving, but often in a manner that may not be in sync with the rest of society. In this special world, there… Read more »
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Firefighter Torches Obesity “I couldn’t breathe and I was so hot and soaking wet under my gear, and I couldn’t escape this feeling that I was going to die. I was just so out of shape,” he said. “I got… Read more »
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Overcoming Your Plateaus and Getting Better at CrossFit As CrossFit continues to evolve as a sport, pastime and recreational activity (beyond the domain of simply being a fitness program), many participants will want to know how to become better at… Read more »
Family workouts that strengthen bodies and bonds Busy is the operative word for many modern families. Between school, work and extracurricular demands, every day has family members scattered, doing their own things. Too often, home becomes the place for decompressing… Read more »
Calm Down… It’s Supposed to Feel Heavy One of the most common reasons for lifters missing their heaviest snatch and clean attempts is the blow to their confidence experienced as the bar is first lifted from the floor. Suddenly it… Read more »
10 Healthy Pre-Workout Energy Foods For Crossfitters The food that you put into your body can either be the most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. It vitally important to fuel your body properly before you… Read more »
This is My CrossFit Story I was overdue for a lifestyle change – not just to lose weight, but to get healthy, and tone and strengthen my body…I wanted real coaches who would get to know me and help me… Read more »
Kalsu and 100 Thrusters: the Hardest CrossFit WOD Ever? Kalsu is a Hero WOD which honours Robert James “Bob” Kalsu (April 13, 1945 – July 21, 1970), a former professional American Football player, who left his sport career behind to… Read more »
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When you’re the parent of a child on the autism spectrum, you’re used to your child moving, but often in a manner that may not be in sync with the rest of society. In this special world, there are arm-flappers and toe-dancers and body-rockers, among others.
I have a sprinter.