I’m a thick girl and I always have been…and that’s ok. Getting into CrossFit taught me that there’s nothing wrong with having muscles. They help me do amazing things. Let me tell you, it took over 40 years for me to be cool with not shrinking my body and to appreciate it for what it can do.
Sometimes our natural inclination is to act like we have things under control. That approach will quickly stopped serving you in challenging moment if you aren’t humble enough to ask for help.
Back in the summer of 2015, I was 6 months into CrossFit and I was enjoying training. I had just watched the 2015 CrossFit
Brene Brown once said… “I define wholehearted living as engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion,
So with so much information out there about diets and nutrition, it can be a challenge to know what to do. If you have fitness performance goals, weight loss goals or just general health goals, there are plenty of books, websites, and podcasts that will tell you what to do. But here’s the truth about all the books, website and podcasts: no two people have the same nutritional needs.
Title: The Core 4: Embrace Your Body, Own Your PowerAuthor: Steph GaudreauFormat: HardcoverPublished: July 30, 2019ISBN13: 978-0062859754Page Count: 304 pagesFrom the author: “By refusing
Four years; four different stories. Each year that registered for the Open, I have had different goals: 2016: I was definitely about my ranking.
WORKOUT 19.5 33-27-21-15-9 reps for time of: Thrusters Chest-to-bar pull-ups Time cap: 20 minutes Rx’d: (Ages 16-54) Men use 95 lb. Women use 65
CrossFitGames Open workout 19.4 is:
For total time:
3 rounds of:
12 bar-facing burpeesThen,
rest 3 minutes before continuing with:
3 rounds of:
10 bar muscle ups /(chin-over-bar pull-ups)
12 bar-facing burpees