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The following is from The CrossFit Journal. The identification of movement errors and provision of corrective feedback are part and parcel of working with trainees. The feedback is intended to get the trainee to move using the correct technique, but humans are not 100 percent accurate in their movements within day-to-day life, let alone in […]

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The following is from The Daily Stoic. In early 2014, an employee of the multi-billion dollar medical company Theranos began to worry that the company may be engaged in fraudulent activities. Despite being a relatively low-level employee in his early twenties, he decided to do something about it. So he wrote a letter to the […]

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The CrossFit myth is scary. Stories that tell of superhuman feats and carnivores who tear at the souls of lesser men. Humans that actually enjoy suffering. The truth is actually much different. While CrossFitters do love a challenge, we’re not all superstars waiting our turn on ESPN. The overwhelming majority CrossFit to feel and live better. And you […]

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  Summer is coming, and so is a new format to Practice CrossFit Kids! CrossFit Summer Session at a glance: -Class 1x/week for nine weeks -Benchmarks and skill achievements will be tracked and tested -Goal setting -Improved strength, speed, endurance, power, balance, and coordination -Build self-esteem and teamwork -Develop a love for fitness and movement -FUN! […]

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Our world is confusing. At times it’s almost easy. Almost anything we could imagine, right at our fingertips. Food, shelter, information and more come with the click of a screen. But with that comes the noise. The incessant rumble of a world that never goes dark. Even adults have trouble blocking out. Can you imagine teen […]