Back in the summer of 2015, I was 6 months into CrossFit and I was enjoying training. I had just watched the 2015 CrossFit
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.
Our bodies are made up of mostly water. The water in our body regulates our temperature, cushions our organs and helps our digestive system.
I’ve been having a lot of conversations about motivation lately. Sometimes you don’t make it to the gym and you think you need motivation.
It’s 2017 and many people make the New Year’s resolution to get healthy. However, before starting any exercise or nutrition regime, it’s always important to do your research. With knowledge, you can make the choice that is best for you and is inline with your current health.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans and found that there are many benefits to
On Episode 19 of Pursuing Health, Julie Foucher interviews Michelle Mitchell on her experience with exercise and CrossFit for fibromyalgia syndrome.
We all know you want to get in the box and throw around some weights and get your muscle ups on. But you can’t ignore mobility training. Well, you can ignore it… but if you do, you’ll regret it down the road.