athlete

Moving with intensity for short periods of time is one of the easiest and fastest ways to improve health.
By using these tactics, we’re using your body’s normal functions intelligently to feel awake, think clearly, and sleep hard.
It is time for those with big ambitions to understand what they are getting into. If you are all good with these seven questions , then you're ready to go.
Find the deeper meaning in your own training to be more purposeful, directed, and successful.
What are the best ways to get a little rest during a metcon, yet make sure your coach doesn’t yell at you?
At any age, proper perspective and solid planning are the keys to achieving your athletic goals.
This is not your average CrossFit holiday wish list, folks. Box owners, this is your client’s wish list.
Getting away from the participation ribbons and trophies (specifically referencing the child who never makes practices/games until the day when ribbons and trophies are handed out), the false encouragement of a “Way to go!” (when really, it was not the way to go), and the shallow, “Great game!” (to a child who did not perform well), how can we, as parents, coaches, and trainers truly encourage and nurture a young athlete’s self-esteem?  
We think you'd be hard pressed to find athletes this powerful and athletic in many other sports.
In this episode, we talk to Eva T. about being an athlete, being healthy, and having fun.
Which category are you? Which category are your clients? Consider these facts and plan all training accordingly.
Having an optimistic attitude can be essential for an athlete in competition and training. An athlete with optimism will train hard and push through the rough spots.
Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections are rampantly spreading in gyms, locker rooms, and athletic facilities.
Just the other week, I wrote about the 10 items you need to have to build a good home gym. Now, what about the rest of you, who are members of a gym?