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Signs that you are human!

Signs that you are human!

As humans, we strive to be the best version of ourselves. With these efforts, there is a tendency to be perfect, go all in, be 100%... It is no different when it comes to making improvements with our nutrition. That is stressful. When I talk about taking a long term...

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The journey is the way

The journey is the way

In the age of “6-pack abs in 60 days”, Netflix and Amazon Prime, we’ve grown accustomed to receive instant gratification. If you don’t text someone back in 10 minutes, something might be wrong. Not that long ago we used to send pigeons as text carriers. REAL pigeons....

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4 ways to reduce added sugar

4 ways to reduce added sugar

Excessive sugar consumption has been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and tooth decay. Most of us know that eating too much sugar is not healthy, still the average American consumes about 68 grams of sugar per day. To put it in perspective, the...

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Proper Hydration

Proper Hydration

Having a proper hydration is known to be very important for our health. But most people consistently get less water than they should throughout the day. Professional athletes are famously dehydrated and they have to take care of their body for a job. So chances are...

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3 reasons to avoid added sugar

3 reasons to avoid added sugar

Last time I talked about the main types of sugar. It is important to know the types of sugar we are exposed to, so we can know which ones to avoid. We can’t simply cut sugar out of our diet. That would mean that we wouldn’t eat fruit, dairy or even vegetables....

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Optimizing Recovery

Optimizing Recovery

As we know, recovery is just as important as training. During training we break our bodies down. During recovery is when it repairs and strengthens itself. But most people are not recovering properly. It doesn't matter if you are working out hard for 5-6 days a week...

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Know your sugar

Know your sugar

Sugar is one of the most controversial topics I’ve come across. Some people claim that it is more addictive than heroin, some claim that is completely harmless when consumed in moderation. Some people swap brown sugar or honey for table sugar thinking that is a...

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Midline Stability

Midline Stability

We talk about it all the time. You've heard us coaches mention midline stability in many different scenarios. But do you know what it really means, and more importantly, if you have poor or good midline stability? Most people believe midline stability refers to...

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Stick to your New Year’s Resolutions

Stick to your New Year’s Resolutions

The holidays are over, you had your fun and you are looking for a reset. Tugging at your clothes, feeling “swollen”, being tired, and getting winded easily just won’t cut it anymore. Or maybe you have been doing CrossFit for months, even years and you still haven’t...

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4 Stages of Learning

4 Stages of Learning

One of the distinguishing features of CrossFit is the amount of skills we practice and aim to master. Arguably, no other exercise routine has as many movements in its repertoire. This is, by far, my favorite part of working out because it challenges me in different...

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Breakfast ideas for your busy life

Breakfast ideas for your busy life

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” I know you have heard that one before. When I was growing up my aunt would always tell me: you should have breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a peasant. Because of the importance my family...

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Theoretical Hierarchy of Development

Theoretical Hierarchy of Development

You've seen it when you walk in the gym, but do you fully understand what it means? The theoretical hierarchy of development is a blueprint of how we should approach our health and fitness. Often, we must take a step back and look at how we are training, because as...

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