Danette Rivera

Danette Rivera

 

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Tiffany plays professional baseball on the men's teams. She has persevered because of a love of the game, and driving desire to encourage other women in the game.
What I see kids get out of CrossFit kids class goes well beyond the physical. Sure they are safe from sports injuries, but they also have fun, camaraderie, and a big boost of self confidence.
Like many of you, I am an everyday athlete. I’m training for quality of life and prolonged health. To achieve that, rest and a few breaks here and there must also play a part.
I've been intrigued by the concept of "Bulletproof" coffee, but as a vegan I don't eat butter. So, I decided to try it with coconut oil instead and see what benefits I gained.
I have a felt a bit of guilt that what I want most is balance and happiness for my family. I am not the by-any-means-necessary athlete. But I am myself and I never have to compromise my character.
My daughter is graduating high school and leaving for college this fall. She'll be in charge of her own fitness and nutrition. And frankly, I don’t think I’ve prepared her enough for this transition.
The CrossFit Games Open begins tomorrow and there's still time for you to register. Here are four reasons I believe you should get in on the Open, even if (or rather, especially if!) you have doubts.
As we get older, we take increasing care of our bodies, but we need to care for our brains for the long haul, too. Here are six simple things you can do to keep your brain quick for years to come.
Being physically active is important for the health of young women, both physically and mentally. But more of them are dropping out of sports than ever. How can we change this?
I know that tearing down to rebuild better is a great thing. Kelly Starrett did not ruin me, he just opened my eyes. It's time to relearn movement basics - maybe even learn them for the first time.
This year two of my CrossFit Kids LA students, one of them being my daughter, competed in the Teen Gauntlet competition. They were amazing, physically and mentally, as was the event itself.
What kind of competitor are you? Do you like to be head-to-head or out in front? Or do you avoid competition? I was recently confronted with my own psyche and I'm ready to keep exploring.