Over the past decade, group fitness has grown drastically. To give you some background history, I started out as a Strength and Conditioning coach back in 2004, got involved with CrossFit in 2006, and opened my box in 2011. Before CrossFit, I began learning and practicing Louie Simmons’ Conjugate Method at a facility I had
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The average competitive CrossFitter these days has impressive stats. Being able to run a sub-6-minute mile and deadlift 500 lbs isn’t a huge deal anymore. In the strength and conditioning world, you would seldom hear of athletes that possess both explosive and enduring qualities. When I was an intern at a Strength & Conditioning facility
Kaizen: a Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices, personal efficiency, etc. Continuous education in the coaching field is a must. The obvious reason why is because nothing ever stays the same; we are always evolving and adapting, making the need for constant upkeep of our knowledge paramount. With a wealth of knowledge
How BoxProgramming Can Make You Money By Chris Cooper, CEO of Two Brain Business How can spending $219 per month actually MAKE you money? Consider your time an investment (it’s a limited resource, just like money.) Investing your time wisely will yield a better return. In this short article, I won’t walk you through the