Sleep and Competition

Getting adequate sleep is crucial when preparing for a big competition.…


Sleep: The Importance of Proper Alignment for Optimal Restoration

After a hardcore workout, you've no doubt noticed that your body feels…


Over Training

Are you Overtraining?

How a De-load Week Can Propel You Through a Plateau In functional fitness,…


Mobility: The Other Workout

How and why you should include the three types of mobility practices into…


Sponsored Post: Injury Prevention

The three most common injuries in CrossFit — lumbar, shoulders, and knee —…


5 Possible Joint Restrictions That Lead to Dysfunction

In exercise and sports science, achieving triple extension has been the…


Nutrition: What do Games Athletes Really Eat?

Jason Khalipa, Anna Tunnicliffe, James FitzGerald and more weigh in on the…


4 Signs You’re Neglecting Your Glutes When You Squat

With Kim Kardashian trying to break the Internet and rear reflection shots…


Functional Movement System - Building Assessments into Your Program

Using a testing system such as the Functional Movement System, a staple of…


“Chiropractically Speaking…”

After a few weeks of unsuccessfully battling shoulder discomfort, I took…


Addictions - Breaking them with CrossFit is the Focus

The gym smells like rubber, chalk, and sweat, and it’s strangely soothing…


The Physiology of CrossFit, Part 1:

It goes without saying that those of us who CrossFit are biased and…


Injury - What To Do When You're Sidelined

It was the gasp heard around the world. Julie Foucher? Partially torn…


Dealing with Injury

By Eileen Schreiber Nobody wakes up, jumps out of bed, and admires their…


Dealing with Injury

Nobody wakes up, jumps out of bed, and admires their bad self in the…