Excelling without Pomp and Circumstance

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It doesn’t matter the venture, our success most often comes from our execution in the least glamorous moments. The dark days of offseason practice and the unrecognized efforts in the gym are the most important yet least motivating moments in becoming a champion. All of your competitors will find it easy to expend energy and

CrossFit Games Open: We Won!

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As you probably know by now, over the past five weeks we’ve been taking part in the Reebok Crossfit Games Open. It’s a worldwide invitational fitness competition that serves as the first step in crowning the ‘Fittest on Earth.’ Being that tonight is the 5th and final workout, I’d like to share some great news

BREAKING: Not Everything is a Hack

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We all have a little 007 in us. I get it. And, to be honest, this life hacking phenomenon we’re seeing these days is a result of the best intentions and an even greater trend in personal responsibility when it comes to fitness and health. Nonetheless, not every mechanism of health and fitness has a

The Training Log

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Think about two scenarios. In the first scenario you walk into today’s training session with data. You know that five months ago you ran the mile in exactly 8:31. You know that the heaviest back squat you’ve ever made was 125 pounds, and on multiple occasions you were successful at 105 for a set of

Class: The Responsibility

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What does class feel like to you amongst your list of activities? Is it a chore or another “to do?” Is it a bonus? Is exercise a treat, or a away to take time for yourself? Rather than being a bonus in your life, if class felt like a duty or a responsibility it could