When I walk up and see that whiteboard each day, I truly believe I’m training mentally for the tasks (patients) that walk into my office each day. CrossFit has made me a better doctor.
Part one of this article proved to be a bit controversial! In this second installment we break down why the snatch is challenging and why the overhead squat won't help you.
Little did I know the LA Kings and the Stanley Cup would be the elements that finally brought my Marine Corps grandfather and me together, and rekindled our relationship.
Exercise induced asthma is something many athlete deal with, but are certain sports more prone to inducing asthma? Could this knowledge be helpful for afflicted athletes?
Ingrid only worked out three times this past week. The horror! Everyone thought it was a good idea except for Ingrid, but she's coming around to this idea of rest and recovery.
You probably know someone or you yourself have dealt with hamstring problems related to running. Now researchers take a close up look at the relationship between sprinting and injury.
Everybody poops. It’s true. I poop. Hopefully, you poop. But sometimes the act goes smoother than others. Here are some tips on how to get things moving again.
Get a glimpse inside the life and training regimen of a professional strongman.
It's an age-old debate: dynamic stretching versus static stretching. New research examines jumping ability in female soccer and rugby players after both types of stretching.
The volume and intensity keeps growing as CrossFit Central trains for 2-3 hours each session, both strength and conditioning. See how they are preparing for the Games.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week - overhead squats, hill sprints, HKC, and loving the *bleep* out of it all!
Sometimes a paradigm shift looks like a tiny change. If we want change, even slow movement will serve us better than immobilization. We don’t have to rush, but we do have to move.
This week an instructor asks how to help a client deal with stress. Willow gives us ideas on how first to identify the stress then tools for alleviating it.
If you’ve ever seriously prepared for something, you know in your heart what I am about to say next. I suck. But as I've been taught, "It never always gets worse."
It's important to work hard, but giving your body a break is also a crucial part of building strength and endurance. These seven articles will help you.
Can a mental stimulant without caffeine actually work? We put Clarex to the test to see if it could help our mental clarity and our performance. Find out what it is and how it works.
Skateboarding is not a crime. Certainly not anymore. Now it's a highly-skilled professional sport. Watch this reel of ridiculousness from Chaz Ortiz if you don't believe.
This week Holley is busy with work and fundraising, while tapering for a State weightlifting meet she is competing in this Saturday.
Do you know what a "brick" workout is? Even if you're not a triathlete bricking your workouts could have benefits to your health and performance. Learn what it is and how to do it.
RKC luminaries such as Dan John, Brett Jones, Andrea DuCane, and Gray Cook all share their thoughts on the evolution of the RKC and the genius of Pavel Tsatsouline.
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