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How to Start Strength Training Part 3- A Free Template

Talking about getting stronger is a great first step, but doing the work is what matters most.  I’m betting you’re interested in getting stronger, but you’re just not sure where to start.  Enter our free 12 Week Strength Training Template.

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Do You Have What it Takes?

It has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with your abilities as an athlete or how much weight you can lift. I could care less about your athletic background.

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Core Values- Our Guiding Light

How are we different from Crunch, Planet Fitness, or even other CrossFit affiliates? Every decision we make is based on our Core Values: Energize, Educate, Empower, and Elevate.

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How to Start Strength Training Part 2: Linear Progression

A linear progression will take you a LONG way in developing strength.  It serves as the foundation upon which athleticism and fitness are built.  More importantly everyday tasks like carrying your kids or your groceries gets a heck of a lot easier.  Most important of all, it keeps you out of the nursing home.

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Macros Made Easy

What’s a macro? Macro is short for macronutrient: a substance required in relatively large amounts, by living organisms in particular. Counting macros doesn’t have to be complicated.  Macronutrients are molecules that our bodies use to create energy for themselves – primarily fat, protein and carbohydrates.

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How and Why you Should be Strength Training- Part 1

As science progresses humans are living longer and longer lives.  I imagine, in the not so distant future, we’ll see people as old as 150.  However,  even as the length of our lives increases chronic disease is at an all time high.
What I fear is living to 130 but being diagnosed with some terrible disease that takes my independence at 80.  That’s 50 years of nursing home slop, someone else wiping my butt, and boredom.  No thanks.

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Core to Extremity: What Does It Mean?

Core: the central or most important part of something. Or, the center of a mass or body. Anatomically, this term would refer to your torso, glutes and hips.   Extremity: the furthest point or limit of something.   Or, the pieces furthest away from that

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The Intensity Pyramid

We use what I call the “Intensity Pyramid” to explain to our clients how you should prioritize your workouts. First, you need to learn how to move.  Every movement you perform (in or out of the gym) has certain “points of performance” or best practices

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The Doomsday Technique- Food Prep Made Easy

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10 Workouts you can do at Home

Getting to the gym can be tough sometimes!  Sure you could go for a run, but that can get monotonous, and honestly there are much more effective and efficient ways to exercise.  In fact, if your goal is weight loss, going for a long slow

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