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CrossFit Open 20.1

CrossFit Open 20.1

The greatness of the CrossFit Open, besides the competition atmosphere, the camaraderie and the sucky workouts, lie on the test of fitness it brings. All year long we do workouts that challenge us and for the most part we get content with how we do. The Open...

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The CrossFit Open

The CrossFit Open

The CrossFit Open is upon us... again. Less than a year ago, we took part in the biggest worldwide fitness competition in the world. Because of the changes made by CrossFit about its season, we are faced with doing the Open once again. If you don't know what the Open...

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Fuel your body for your workouts

Fuel your body for your workouts

You have been taking your fitness seriously: you never skip a Monday, you listen to your coach, you give 110% to your workouts and you work at least 3 times a week. Yet, for some reason, you are not seeing the results you want to see, and you don’t feel that you are...

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Sitting on the ground

Sitting on the ground

We may think we are modern creatures, living in modern times in a modern world. But our bodies and physiology are pretty darn similar to what our ancestors looked like thousands of years ago. That means what worked for them, and what they had to endure, we can also go...

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Lifting weights won’t you make bulky

Lifting weights won’t you make bulky

The first thing that people (especially other women) told me when I decided to start doing CrossFit was: “make sure you don’t get all bulky like a man. That is not attractive.” I’m sure that is not something that just happened to me. One of the biggest fears that...

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NEAT- The key to health

NEAT- The key to health

When people think of weight loss, or overall health, they usually think about two things: exercise and nutrition. While those should be the base of fitness, there is one aspect that is often overlooked: NEAT. If you workout one hour a day, 5 days out of the week, that...

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Overcoming Plateaus

Overcoming Plateaus

If you are new to working out or if you have been training for years, you probably have experienced a plateau or two. The most common plateaus are in weight loss and in strength numbers. These obstacles can be very frustrating and sometimes even discouraging. Here are...

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Save your fruits and veggies

Save your fruits and veggies

Increasing the amount of fruits and veggies we eat will undoubtedly aid in our efforts to lose weight and be healthier. Therefore, one of the first things we do when we decide to start eating healthier is loading up on fruits and veggies. The problem is that about 75%...

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Consistency over Progress

Consistency over Progress

This subject has been the topic of debates for years. What's more important, consistency or progress? One cannot happen without the other. But, like in life, we don't always get what we want. Sometimes we don't even get what we worked for. So, if you had to choose,...

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Parasympathetic Nervous System and Stress

Parasympathetic Nervous System and Stress

This subject has been the topic of many of my blog posts, but it just can't be overstated. There are two many stressors in life: work, relationship problems, sometimes food, working out, even the environment, school, and made-up scenarios in our heads. Sometimes these...

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Adapting to changes

Adapting to changes

Our bodies are incredible machines. They change and morph and adapt to all kinds of scenarios. They allow us to move around, endure stress, carry weights, work and put our thoughts into actions. Over the years, our bodies have changed. Sometimes for better, sometimes...

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Keep your muscle mass!

Keep your muscle mass!

You workout to achieve a goal: to be healthier and fitter. How you achieve that goal might look different from the next person; some of us might need to lose weight and some of us might need to gain some weight. The word “weight” however, is a very vague term. Do you...

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