Shabin, Sweet Shabin – from Outside Online

Nov 22, 2014 No Comments by

Living with less doesn’t get much better than living like the mountain climbing couple below. The following is from Outside Online. Sometimes after climbing, Freddie Wilkinson just wanted the one thing that was more demanding than most of the steep and icy routes he’d been on all day: a shower. It’d be 20 degrees outside, […]

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2014 Master’s Tour

Nov 21, 2014 No Comments by

Fitness continues to prove its scalability in Throwdowns like the one above. Master’s Tour 2014. Not only can athletes, who never knew they were athletes, compete based on ability, but divisions now separate the field. It’s cool and very necessary for grandpa’s to go against grandsons, but it’s also fun to know how you stack […]

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In Your Words: Jill On Competing

Nov 20, 2014 2 Comments

Last Saturday, Jill competed in her first ever Throwdown. The Masters Tour  sponsored by The Garage Games. “I tried to look at it as just being multiple Wods,” she said. “I tried not to look at it as something that stresses me out.” Currently, with one challenge left, Jill’s tied for 1st in her division worldwide, 50-54 […]

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PCF Kids Corner: Breakfast

Nov 19, 2014 2 Comments

Feeding kids is hard. They eat like ravenous dogs with an appetite for eternity. They’re picky. They’re impatient. Not only that, but parents are always searching for ways to feed them good stuff; fast. In the clip above, Mindy talks breakfast. “Find low glycemic, quality foods … ,” Mindy said. Click here for more clips […]

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Take The Plunge

Nov 18, 2014 3 Comments

There’s plenty of people standing on the edge with you, begging you to step back. Then there are real friends like Krissy, urging you to jump. The following is authored by Krissy: Every once in a while, something special comes along that makes you go…hmmmm. It gets your gears running like a wheel motivated by […]

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Nov 17, 2014 2 Comments

If I died right now, I will have never climbed a mountain. Never would have made it to outer space or Asia or Montana for that matter. But the rest doesn’t eat at me like dying before the summit. Sure I’ve topped a few fake walls and scaled a big hill or two, but never […]

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CrossFit Is My Neverland

Nov 16, 2014 2 Comments

It’s been twenty-five years since I promised myself I’d live in Neverland forever. I swore only to watch cartoons and read Batman comics and do things I love instead of things I have to. Life will be like flying, I vowed. Free and formless: Wind. The older I grow the less life feels like Neverland; […]

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One more reason to get a good night’s sleep – from Ted

Nov 15, 2014 No Comments

In the clip above from Ted, neuroscientist Jeff Iliff, talks about your brain with, or without, sleep. “The brain uses a quarter of the body’s entire energy supply, yet only accounts for about two percent of the body’s mass. So how does this unique organ receive and, perhaps more importantly, rid itself of vital nutrients? […]

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Fit to Teach Episode 2: Practice What You Preach – from CrossFit HQ

Nov 14, 2014 No Comments

Fit To Teach follows eighteen educators through their CrossFit beginning. The goal is simple: make teachers stronger. “I can’t yell at people to go faster and here I am eating donuts … ,” Steve of CrossFit Vitality said about the importance of being an example to veterans and rookies alike. Teachers, nurses, pastors; some of […]

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In Your Words: Kenna

Nov 13, 2014 3 Comments

For most, CrossFit is about overcoming fear. Fear of change. Fear of heights. Fear of pressure. For Kenna, CrossFit seems to be about tomorrow. As in “what new thing will I learn today, that will make me stronger tomorrow?” “Everyday is different,” she said. CrossFit is overwhelming at first. Full or foreign ideas and crazy […]

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