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EMOM Mentality

EMOM Mentality

    One thing I have been very focused on lately is mental training.  This is a subject that means different things to different people but one thing I know for certain is that the most successful people of all time all had a strong sense of

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Athlete of the Month: February

Summer Baker I’m Summer! I’m a wife and mama of 2. We are an army family and have been here almost a year! I’m also a substance abuse therapist in town. I started CrossFit in July last year. I was a long distance competitive runner all through high

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Are You Competing Yourself Out Of Being Fit?

Are You Competing Yourself Out Of Being Fit?

So this is one of those topics that can get a little confusing.  CrossFit is known as the “Sport of Fitness”.  The winners of the CrossFit Games are declared the Fittest Man and Woman on Earth.  So what am I saying when I ask, “Are you competing

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Training At 100% Everyday.

Training At 100% Everyday.

When it comes to athletic training, an athlete and a coach have to train smart.  One of my favorite quotes is “You don’t train maximally. You don’t train minimally.  You must train optimally.”  When it comes to athletic training, you have to have a goal in mind. 

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Training Around Injuries

Training Around Injuries

This may be a very controversial subject depending on who you talk to.  Let me caveat this blog but first saying, never go against your doctors orders and always listen to your body.  One of the problems with any sport is that injuries happen.  There really is

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Rest days; And Why You Need Them

Rest days; And Why You Need Them

     Ah, the elusive “rest day” talk.  Everyone knows they need rest days, but why do we need them?  When should we take them?  Are you taking too much rest?  These are all questions I am often asked.  All too often we see athletes go from

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Yoga for Anxiety

Labrats, hello! Today in the MindLab, let us ponder the prolific pandora of postured anxiety-reducing practice via yoga. We all experience stress and anxiety: cell phone notifications, emails, work to-dos, home to-dos, “honey-dos,” “honey-don’t-evers,” not enough time, not enough energy, not enough motivation, self-defeating talk, impossible self

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Competition Programming; Are You Really Benefitting?

Competition Programming; Are You Really Benefitting?

    This is an article I have been wanting to write for a long time.  Over my years of doing CrossFit I have tried various strength and metabolic conditioning programs.  Some have greatly influenced how I do my own programming.  Many of the authors of these

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Nutrinformation 9 November 2018

Nutrinformation 9 November 2018

Hello again DCL! Hope you’ve had a great week in this tornado-laden tundra. Rather than burdening you with boisterous and bountiful bundles of choice vocabulary, let’s share a reminder of what CrossFit considers the basis for healthy eating for wellness and performance. Combining constantly-varied, functional movements done

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MindLab!

Hello MindLab Rats!   Today let’s talk about stress, and a cool little technique that can be employed to keep those uncomfortable feelings of anxiety or unease at bay.   This is known in some circles as “the spiral technique” or the “energy ball technique,” and it

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