Thanks for checking out CrossFit Dunbar Cave Lab’s Created in the Lab Blog! Each month Matt writes new blog articles on a variety of topics related to fitness, nutrition, and wellness. Once in a while you may find a coach doing a specialty blog post related to his or her area of expertise.

At the beginning of the month, we feature our new Athlete of the Month, share their picture, and give them a chance to introduce themselves.The Created in the Lab blog is a fun way for members to tell their story and connect and learn more about each other, especially members who may regularly attend different classes.

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What Actually Is CrossFit

What Actually Is CrossFit

In the world of fitness, there are many modalities. There is weight training, bodyweight or calisthenics, cardio, and many others. Any of these will get you ”fit”, but depending on what your true goals are you have to tailor your program around those goals. Enter CrossFit. CrossFit

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Be A Stoic Archer

Be A Stoic Archer

A true stoic is indifferent to life’s events. They are indifferent in that there is no good nor is there bad, they are indifferent to what happens. The concept is that if we start assigning good and bad to things outside of our control we will inevitably

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Forward Knee Travel In The Squat

Forward Knee Travel In The Squat

When it comes to squatting there are many made-up rules. Most of these “rules” were not made by strength and conditioning professionals but by people who think they know what they are talking about. One of the most common myths out there is that it is bad

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