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The Masters Division Articles
I learned about this term JOMO
(the joy of missing out) from a friend who was explaining how so many people live in this fear of missing out, that they go along with the crowd just to avoid feeling left behind. It's so pervasive in our society and we can see it when new electronics come out or new "fitness/health challenges" pop up on our social media. It's even something that I've seen in the ...
Work With Me: The Connect 2UCoaching Program The CONNECT 2U
program gives you the tools to transform your health through nutrition, fitness, and self care. Using the CONNECT EMPOWER STRENGTHEN journal
, we will:
- Build your own personal journey
- Create personalize benchmarks for success
- Create daily practices for self care
How does it work? As your coach, we'll partner to set goals about how you want your body to feel and things that you want to be able to ...
“ There are a few theories behind the origin of on the wagon, but the idiom likely comes from the early 20th-century American expression on the water-wagon, which meant one was drinking water instead of alcohol. Whatever its origins, on the wagon apparently predates off the wagon.
On the wagon and off the wagon are sometimes used in reference to other addictions or compulsions—for example, they’re increasingly used in writing concerned with diet—but ...
Crossfit Open WOD 20.2 is Rx Workout:
Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:
4 dumbbell thrusters
♀ 35-lb. dumbbells ♂ 50-lb. dumbbells Scaled Workout:
4 dumbbell thrusters
6 hanging knee-raises
♀ 20-lb. dumbbells ♂ 35-lb. dumbbells
In the ten years of the CrossFit Open, we have never seen thrusters before the fifth week of the Open and this is the first ...
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. In the past four years, I have some of the best fitness experiences. I have done Spartan races, ...