How To Know If You Are Over Training

How To Know If You Are Over Training

by Christie Leclair May 25, 2017

Unable to make progress at the gym even though you are working hard? You may be experiencing the effects of overtraining. Overtraining can be the cause of lack of progress and can even lead to burnout. We’ll show you how to spot the signs of overtraining and what you can do to correct it before you get burned out.

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Post-WOD Glycogen Replenishment

Post-WOD Glycogen Replenishment

by Christie Leclair May 23, 2017

Post-WOD recovery is just as important as the WOD itself and making sure you set yourself up for the best recovery possible is essential to maximizing your results and gains. Glycogen, the fuel your body runs on, is a key component to any athlete’s recovery. In this article we see why Glycogen is so important for recovery.

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CrossFit For Board Sports

CrossFit For Board Sports

by Stephanie Contomichalos May 17, 2017

CrossFit encourages athletes to regularly try new things, and to constantly throw themselves into unknown situations. This ability to be prepared for anything is extremely important with regards to all board sports, from skateboarding to surfing and from wakeboarding to snowboarding. In this article see how CrossFit can help you improve your endurance, stamina and ability on a board.

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Front Squats vs Back Squats

Front Squats vs Back Squats

by Christie Leclair May 13, 2017

Front and back squats might look similar, but there is a major biomechanical difference between both. As the load distribution changes between front and back squats, so do the focus of major muscle groups involved and the advantages each provides athletes. In this article, we take a close look at each form of squat exercise and the advantage each provides over the other.

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Grass-Fed Beef vs. Grain-Fed Beef: What are the differences?

Grass-Fed Beef vs. Grain-Fed Beef: What are the differences?

by Stephanie Contomichalos May 11, 2017

The consumption of red meat is often denigrated. Many consumers have been convinced that meat is simply meat. To be precise, that no matter what an animal feeds on, or how it is reared, the nutritional value of its products remain unchanged. However, this is not the case. The diet of an animal can have a profound impact on the nutritional content of its products. In this article, we look at the difference between grass-fed beef and grain-fed beef.

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Paleo Broccoli and Beef

Paleo Broccoli and Beef

by Jerry Teixeira May 02, 2017

Looking for a great option to add to your weekly meal prep? Try this healthy and delicious broccoli and beef recipe that’s perfect for lunch or dinner. It is super easy to make, it’s clean, healthy and packed with protein! Check out the recipe.

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CrossFit and Nutrition

CrossFit and Nutrition

by Christie Leclair April 21, 2017

Nutrition for performance is one thing, but when it comes to simply being a healthy person and preventing diet-bourne disease, nutrition is everything. Adjusting what you eat and when you eat may change the way you look and feel a lot quicker than you think! In this article we take a look at Nutrition for CrossFit what it is designed to accomplish.

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The Importance of Post-WOD Stretching

The Importance of Post-WOD Stretching

by Christie Leclair April 17, 2017

There is good research to show that there are benefits to stretching out after a workout besides improving flexibility. From improving circulations to helping the body flush out toxins to helping manage soreness and stiffness, a good post workout stretching routine can help improve both your performance and recovery. In this article, we look at the best method for stretching post workout and the benefits it provides.

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