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November 2018

2018 Xterra World Championships Race Report


It’s taken me a long time to write a race report because this race was really tough because the conditions of the swim were more than just uncomfortable for me - It brought back a painful moment of my life and a fear that I have spent years trying to overcome. This race summary is [...]

2018 Xterra World Championships Race Report2018-11-19T12:13:11+00:00

January 2018

Tips for Training in the New Year


Here we are again on the cusp of the New Year, and millions of people across the globe have decided that 2018 is the year they’re going to get fit. That’s awesome, and we love hearing it. Unfortunately, 95% of those people will fall right off that fitness wagon as soon as they’ve stepped on. [...]

Tips for Training in the New Year2018-01-01T22:04:47+00:00

June 2017



Patience. In a world awash with instant gratification, it can be hard to have the patience to work on your fitness. Getting your body and health where it needs to be takes time. It’s going to take longer than you think, and it’s definitely going to take longer than you want. It won’t take a [...]


April 2017

Is it motivation?


You can't look at social media without seeing some sort of motivational quote in regards to fitness. We certainly have plenty of them. But is motivation really the issue? Are so many people really struggling to motivate themselves to workout? If so, here's some motivation for everyone: if you don't keep yourself healthy and fit, [...]

Is it motivation?2017-04-20T06:07:23+00:00

March 2017

From CrossFit participant to CrossFit competitor


The CrossFit games are here to stay, and if you’re a member of a local affiliate, you’ve probably considered competing in some capacity. In 2017, The CrossFit Open drew 300K+ competitors from across the globe, and that figure will undoubtedly be going up in 2018. It’s the largest participatory competitive event in history, and it’s [...]

From CrossFit participant to CrossFit competitor2017-03-29T17:01:07+00:00

Managing Soreness


Managing Soreness The issue of soreness and fatigue has popped up recently with some of our members. The issues have ranged from mild tightness and weakness on the day after a hard training day, to more intense cases of DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) that have made walking up stairs, sitting on the toilet, and [...]

Managing Soreness2017-03-24T09:35:12+00:00

February 2017

A piece of advice regarding weight loss


If you only listen to one piece of advice we give, this is it. If you want to improve your fitness, throw your scale away. In the trash. Now. Or if you're feeling spicy, go dowse it in gasoline, set it on fire, smash it with a hammer, then throw it away. We're serious. Go [...]

A piece of advice regarding weight loss2017-02-01T11:20:55+00:00

January 2017

Power Training for Cyclists


Power Training for Cyclists Do you want to know the key to standing on top of the podium? It's speed. Endurance is certainly important also, but if you can't go fast, you won't win - you'll just finish. One of the key components in speed is increased power development. So what’s the difference between strength (covered [...]

Power Training for Cyclists2017-01-10T12:22:30+00:00

December 2016

Obstacle Race and Mud Run Training


Obstacle Races (Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, Marine Mud Run, etc) are one of the fastest growing niches in the fitness industry. Over 6 million people have competed in these races since 2010, and more are expected to participate in 2016 than in 2015. There are new races popping up across the country and world, and [...]

Obstacle Race and Mud Run Training2016-12-13T10:40:15+00:00

November 2016

Happy Hour 10-7-16


Warm-up: 10 minute ski/bike/run/row 2 x 5 wall squat 3 x 10 air squat 2 x 20m walking lunge 2 x 20m side lunge Then, 5 rounds 3 heavy front squats 4 explosive broad jumps Rest as needed between rounds Then, 6k team ski erg relay Every time a team member switches, that team member [...]

Happy Hour 10-7-162016-11-01T00:00:55+00:00