community

Despite recent controversy in the sports world, coaches still have the power to make a positive impact within their communities.
Your #family are your legacy. They are the product of your guidance and tutelage. They are also your past, present, and future.
You can’t just take a bunch of membership contracts, pound your chest and yell to the sky “I HAVE MADE COMMUNITY.”
CrossFit can be full of expensive fads, but these five products are definitely not worth your hard-earned cash.
Dan not only inspires to give back, but shows that the community benefits of doing so pay off.
The vibe comes from the people. If you get an us-vs-you feeling, you are likely not going to come back.
Holiday get togethers can threaten your progress or they can make you stronger. It's up to you.
While it comes down to individual needs and goals, there are good reasons to switch gyms, and bad reasons.
Over the years I have met many people who have become longstanding friends, teachers, confidantes, and business partners.
Along came the CrossFit Games. As the sport grew, so did a noticeable caste system within many boxes.
A social component has been shown to improve weight loss results. A recent study showed smaller groups are ideal.
The YMCA might not be the most cutting-edge gym, but it has a genuine sense of community - and a commitment to it, as well.
Don’t hide on the phone, Facebook, or the computer. Examine your emotions and when you shut them down.
Your greatest regrets in business will be about people. Not business abstractions, but real people, with names and faces.
A look into the violence - on and off the field - of football, boxing, and mixed martial arts. Why it happens and how we can stop it.
Your workouts aren't just about you - you can use them to make the world a better place. And we can also learn a lot about the (fitness) world from children.
When you first start your fitness journey, you focus on yourself and that's okay. But at a certain point, it's time to give back to the community.