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The Masters Division Articles
Brene Brown once said... “I define wholehearted living as engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion, and connection to wake up in the morning and think, No matter what gets done and how much is left undone, I am enough. It’s going to bed at night thinking, Yes, I am imperfect and vulnerable and sometimes afraid, but that doesn’t change the truth that I am brave and ...Read More
Four years; four different stories. Each year that registered for the Open, I have had different goals: 2016:
I was definitely about my ranking. I Rxed all the workouts and carefully watched the leaderboard in my box and on the games site. I didn’t get my first bar muscle ups in 16.3 like everyone else and that shook my confidence. But I ended up in the top 10 in my state for my age group ...Read More
I love a good EMOM, Every Minute on the Minute. The basic idea is to take movement and a set number of reps that can be performed in under one minute. Then you decide how many minutes you will do those sets. Ideally, you want to do a number of reps that you can still have 20 or so seconds of rest in each round. Example:
7 minute EMOM 5 clean and jerks (touch and ...Read More
It’s finally here; the 2019 CrossFit Season has finally arrived! Registration for the Open
is live and we finally have an official CrossFit Games rulebook
. Many people have been waiting a long time for the rulebook given all that changes coming to the 2019 Games season. What changes, you say?
- Starting in 2019, there will be no more Regionals. But you probably already knew that because the internet lost its mind back in ...
I want to share 6 things you need to know before you join a gym. “But Julie, I already go to a gym…”.
Wait, wait, don’t leave. These things can help you too because they are good reminders when things go awry and you start to ease off on your training.
- You don’t have to fit to start. The reason why most people start going to gym is to get fit ...