Resources

How can you design fitness programs to build clients for life? These free resources offer you more information, tools, and guidance to show you the way.

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The Future of CrossFit

Over the last 10 years, I’ve seen many changes in the relationship people have with CrossFit. If you’ve been doing CrossFit for at least five years, your relationship, too, may have changed from what it once was when you first started. Out of those OG CrossFitters, the sheer number of Kool-Aid drinkers has shrunk significantly,

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Why we charge more than anyone else

In a day and age where we are always “plugged in” and have access to countless streams of free programming, it’s easy for a gym owner to take the cheapest route available to save time. To be honest, I can’t envision ever going this route if I was a gym-owner as there is little chance

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Triceps are the new glutes

Step Aside Glutes, There’s A New King of The Gym If Instagram has taught us anything in the last few years, it’s that the fitness industry has gone absolutely gaga for glutes. And yeah, I get it! Glutes are pretty awesome, and serve a more functional purpose than just shilling skin for likes and follows

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Three methods to use with the Air Bike

The Assault Bike, or Air Bike, has gained quite a bit of popularity over the last few years. Anyone that has used the air bike knows that this piece of equipment can be particularly painful when used for developing the anaerobic system, but the air bike can provide additional benefits, other than just smoking your clients.

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Snatches vs. Biceps Curls

Remember when it was cool to be laying on the ground dead after each training session? When I first started CrossFit, being “dead” after each workout was commonplace. Doing more, going harder, and feeling like shit was the standard. Eventually, I started to dread the training and wondered if there was a better answer. Having

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CrossFit Box Programming

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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