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For twenty year’s I’ve hunted buried treasure. In the form of motivation, it calls to me from some dank pit, buried by some paranoid pirate long ago. Pirates, in fact — plural — because I’ve found it before. So much motivation I didn’t know what to do. A drug. Intoxicating. I couldn’t see or think […]

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CrossFitters are good at pushing limits. Not so good at slowing down. But sometimes slowing down is exactly what we need to go faster. Get stronger. Become fitter. All the little things we should be doing to make sure the engine runs like it should. And continues to do so forever. Beth’s been coaching yoga for […]

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The following is from Litigation Daily. It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise: CrossFit will kick your butt in court. Represented by Latham & Watkins and Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, the high-intensity fitness program is pounding hard on the National Strength and Conditioning Association for allegedly fabricating injury data to hurt CrossFit’s […]

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    Warm-up: Coaches choice For score: “Partner up” 75-Thrusters 65/95 400m run -then- 7/7 Burpees 14 T2B 21 Lunges 65/95 AMRAP 15 Minutes Post team and impression to comments. For more in weight loss and nutrition, buy “Paleo with a Purpose,” by Josh Bunch. Bunch’s work can also be found at joshbunch.com and other rousing websites that […]

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Most of us aren’t mobile by accident. Like public speaking, painting, or rock climbing, we have to practice it. Thankfully, mobility is simple. It’s anywhere you are. All you need is a plan. That’s where Beth comes in. She’s been coaching yoga for decades and will now offer Practice CrossFit athletes that long awaited taste of […]