Remind yourself that the lockdown is an opportunity to take time to rest, heal some nagging injuries, and pause and reflect on your training goals.
Breaking our patterns can become the necessary driver that we need for our lives, even during a pandemic.
People need more physical movement, more time in nature, and more connection.
Team sports must become a staple for all ages or communities will slip further into obesity and mental disorder.
Without the demands of survival, the human spirit needs occasions to organize in pursuit of shared missions.
Our objective should be to create opportunities for health and fitness for everyone. Our goal should be to elevate the indie gyms that create supportive, nurturing fitness families.
What you fight to overcome in the gym makes you stronger for everything outside of it.
As paradoxical as it sounds, community is the key to creating individual health changes. Regardless of your goals, the answer is simple: create community around your health and fitness.
Behind all the rounds and reps, there are foundational concepts for improved performance that every athlete needs to understand.
Awareness is nothing without action, and Team RWB leads the charge to help our nation’s veterans live rich, fulfilled lives.
If you want to make a difference in the world, start with the relationships you build with those around you.
A successful fitness community is centered around building relationships, not rounds, reps, or PRs.
To get the most from your fitness in 2018, start with an honest assessment of your needs.
The tool matters far less than the tribe you build around it.
If we sweat and strive together, it will not be so easy to tear us apart.
Every gym, fitness, studio, and CrossFit box has a unique set of values and beliefs. What most gym owners won’t tell you too often is that they need you.
How the simple kettlebell improves strength, mobility, focus, and even fights aging.