Recently, I read a Facebook post from a CrossFit master athlete who summed up his 10 month journey. It hits on so many good points that apply to everyone, but especially the “older” athlete who regular works out with younger athletes. Your journey is your own. Never stop learning. Don’t compare yourself to anyone.
I have had this ongoing conversation with several other women and there are two opinions out there regarding strength. Everyone wants to be strong
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
“A lot of my friends are on medication.They can’t get out of a chair. They’re starting to whine and I feel strong.”
—Laurie Hansen, a 60-year-old athlete at Crossfit Kinnick
Got a sweet tooth? Most of us do. But how much sugar is too much sugar. We’re facing an epidemic of obesity in this country that affects every age group. But we can get a handle on our sugar intake.
Grace is a benchmark workout that consists of 30 clean and jerks at 135lbs for men, 95lbs for women. So my goal has been to do Grace at the prescribed weight, 95lbs.