2 on, 1 off. by Clark Hibbs 2 on, 1 off, referring to your workout schedule. I’ve been pretty open and honest before about my struggles of getting workouts in, and lately, I feel the same way. I have a lot of things to do every day and each week,
“Why it is important to PLAY outside of CrossFit” by Dan Eakin I had an epiphany over the Easter weekend. Did you know -and I couldn’t believe this at the time- that there are activities that you can do, in combination with CrossFit, to stay in shape? Additionally, did you
—The PERFECT Time of Day to Workout— We get this question all the time… “When is the perfect time of day to workout? I want to *insert goal here.* What time of day is best for that?” There’s a lot of information out there in the vast world of the
I want more people to start their day off with a win. Why? It’s so easy to NOT get a victory if you leave your wins up to everybody else. You might win by getting to the gym and getting a great workout in after work! Or your boss could
by Daniel Solano In 2015 I made a decision to step away from a regular CrossFit routine and focus on power lifts. That meant more workouts with an emphasis on strength and less on metabolic conditioning (metcon) style workouts. As a result I lost a considerable amount of conditioning. To
I kind of messed up my blog schedule (and by messed up, I mean I haven’t been writing…oops!). The last update was week 9… and now it’s week 17. My bad, guys. Not MUCH has changed since that week 9 check in, except that I’m down an additional 7 pounds.
Pictured: 9 weeks in. 198 pounds. Coach Check In: 9 weeks of 12 Welp. Here we are. 9 weeks later out of this 12 week journey with coach Josh and Stronger U. I weighed in at 198 pounds yesterday. That means I’m 27 pounds down since starting 9 weeks ago.
by Clark Hibbs It’s that time of year again! It’s getting hot outside (or hotter if you’re in Texas…), school is winding down, and that big workout you go through every year is coming up… MURPH 1 Mile Run 100 Pull Ups 200 Push Ups 300 Squats 1 Mile Run
Word of the Week: GRIT by Clark Hibbs GRIT is defined as perseverance and passion for long-term goals. Grit is one of my favorite words/personality traits. It is such a positive, yet aggressive sounding word. It carries weight and metaphorical “oomf” behind it. When you talk to someone who has
by Clark Hibbs I’m pretty excited to bring about a new series for the blog. The title will be pretty self explanatory… “Word of the Week” Tah-dah! Each week, I’ll write and talk a little bit about a particular word that I believe holds some value for all of you.