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Quick Tips for Open WOD 17.1
It's time to strategize the best approach to the first of this year's CrossFit Open WODs.
2017 CrossFit Open Prep: Weightlifting Movements
Prepping for the CrossFit Open, you may think you understand the lifting movements, but CrossFit has its own spin on things.
Qualifying for Rio: A Tale of Two Cities
Thoughts on my experience officiating at both the American and Canadian Weightlifting Olympic Trials.
4 Needless Mistakes You're Making in Strongman Training
Let’s have a look at some common mistakes in approach and preparation for strongman competitions.
Why Some CrossFit Athletes Dominate the Open and Fail Regionals
Some athletes finish top ten in the Open and end up somewhere near the bottom of the pack in the Regionals. Why does this happen?
Is Your Mindset Holding You Back From Sponsorship?
Sponsorship is like any relationship. It requires trust, communication, honesty, and mutual contribution and benefit.
5 Ways to Cultivate Healthy Competition in Young Children
Competition can be ugly during early childhood. How can parents of young children get them started on the right foot?
Two Over-60 Athletes Who Prove You Can Compete at Any Age
Don't read these two stories if you don't want to be inspired. You're never too old to try something new.
Building Confidence as a BJJ Practitioner (Athlete Journal 63)
Between drilling, rolling, and going to judo this week, I'm feeling pretty confident.
I’m Back to Weightlifting for a While! (Athlete Journal 117)
After a five-year hiatus, I’m going to do a weightlifting meet in May 2015.
Gold at the New York Pro (Athlete Journal 42)
After winning gold last weekend, I’m feeling pretty confident as I get ready to head out to Masters Worlds this week.
Welcome to The NRG Games - Fun, Family, and Fitness
NRG Games is the brainchild of gymnastics coach Chris Lofland. At it's core is the desire to bring a healthy, active awareness about fitness opportunities to the local community.
Analyzing a Weightlifter: Do We Learn Anything From Winning?
We are often told that we should learn from our mistakes. But how do we analyze our winning performances and what do we learn from them?
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