02
23
2020

Blog 6/50. CrossFit throughout motherhood.

I had a couple people request this subject on my post a couple weeks back. It’s a great topic so I’m excited to write about it! Oh yeah, plus I guess my wife is pregnant or something. When discussing any fitness program and how it fits in with pregnancy/motherhood, you very likely need to immediately expand the amount of time you think it encompasses. It is absolutely not limited to pregnancy and a few weeks after birth. We are really talking about months or even years leading up to...

02
16
2020

Blog Post 5/50: Silly Silly Fun Time

I posted on the Facebook group a while back asking for suggestions on what to write about in subsequent blogs and you guys came through phenomenally! A lot of your questions and suggestions are silly and fun and I want to answer them. However, I feel that an entire blog for every individual question would be a little much so I’m going to go through and rapid-fire style answer some of them and save some of the serious ones for an actual blog post later on. Off we go! Brandon Randolph says:...

02
09
2020

Blog 4/50. Strength or Cardio?

I realize that this is a pretty “click-baity” title but I think it’s an interesting topic to discuss. And this is my blog post. And I’ll cry if I want to. I think if you asked the average person whether they should focus on strength or cardio they would probably either say “They’re both equally important” or they’d pick cardio. I think most of the population still worries about their heart health and of course, lifting weights isn’t good for...

02
02
2020

Blog 3/50. I’m proud of you Uncommoners.

This might be somewhat of a silly title to start out a blog post but I was recently thinking about what the majority of people think is acceptable. Even scarier is what the majority of people think is “doing well”. We all live in our own customized bubbles. To some extent we have control over what information we consume, who we listen to, and who we spend time with. 90% of the time you can either find me at home or at the gym. 9.5% of the last 10% is the grocery store or eating. Some...