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Overtraining or Under-Recovery? The Truth about Overtraining.

Overtraining or Under-Recovery? The Truth about Overtraining.

Overtraining is a phrase heard often in CrossFit and the fitness community. Is overtraining real? Or is it merely a myth people use as an excuse for not “keeping up”?

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CrossFit: The Superior Sport? A Controversial Argument.

CrossFit: The Superior Sport? A Controversial Argument.

Controversial arguments surround the new sport of fitness. I argue not only is CrossFit a legitimate sport, but the superior sport.

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Energy Balance: Foundation For a Good Diet

Energy Balance: Foundation For a Good Diet

Good nutrition, especially when concerned with high intensity exercise such as CrossFit, should have a proper "energy balance". Energy balance simply refers to whats going in your body (nutrition) and what you're using (exercise). This is a simple, but no less vital, component to any good nutritional program. A sway in either direction could result in loss of gains and a downward spiral of health, body composition and performance.

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CrossFit/Life Inspiration: Taking the Hits (Video)

CrossFit/Life Inspiration: Taking the Hits (Video)

Whether our goals are in CrossFit, careers, relationships or anything else worth working towards, life is bound to throw us relentlessly to out knees. The abilty to be the best, the ability to inspire happens when we are able to get up from this falling with more confidence, more purpose and more dedication then ever before. This is how winning is done.

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CrossFit Nutrition: Are You on the Right Diet?

CrossFit Nutrition: Are You on the Right Diet?

CrossFit is associated with many diets, most notably the Paleo diet, Zone diet and even the Atkins diet. There are also many hybrids such as Paleo plus dairy, Paleo plus post workout "non-paleo" foods, and so on. So what's the deal? What is the CrossFit Diet and what is CrossFit Nutrition? Which one is best?

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Why Bread is Bad For You – And Its Connection to Felons.

Why Bread is Bad For You – And Its Connection to Felons.

Bread is Bad. Why? Lets Review Some Statistics: 1. More than 98 percent of convicted felons are bread users. 2. Fully HALF of all children who grow up in bread-consuming households score below average on standardized tests.

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