coaching

Here’s some food for thought from James FitzGerald, the 2007 CrossFit games champion, about what to consider to maximize the next 320 days of training for next year's CrossFit Open.
Here are three steps you may not have considered to change your clients' mindset and get them out of pain long-term.
The midline rule determines which stance to use for any lift and teaches the lifter to think for themselves.
After some soul searching, I hope you will set your ego aside and admit that some of the things you've been doing may be holding you and your clients back.
While injury and pain can appear to keep us from our goals, when it comes to movement, there are always options.
CrossFit is too big to change overnight, and there are too many people for which there is no alternative.
Breaking our patterns can become the necessary driver that we need for our lives, even during a pandemic.
2020 is the start of a new decade or the end of the last one depending on your point of view. Time to pick up some new ideas and strike a new path ahead on your fitness journey.
If you really want something significant from your own training, be prepared to put in the time and effort to understand the mechanisms behind your methods.
You change as you lift over time and you change as you age. There's no template for life.
The gym is just like a classroom or an office—there are important rules you need to follow.
There is a reason that dumbbells, cables, and bodyweight exercises have been around for eons and are still used today—they work.
Don’t fear strength and muscles, ladies—they hold the power to make your life a whole lot better.
What I’ve come to learn is no matter how well rounded you attempt to be, how educated and accepting you might become, there are certain situations where a woman on your staff is the only answer.
There’s no point in living in fear.
Be safe, be proactive, and stay active.