My first January as a gym owner I got all excited knowing all the New Year’s Resolution people would be flooding the space on my floor. As years went by I quickly found that many people are not quite like me. Meaning, once it got hard or they found some other magic whatever, they quit. …
In recent months I’ve had plenty discussions with people expressing my personal opinion towards pharmaceutical medications. This subject matter is about as sensitive as talking politics or religion. People feel very strongly about their position and will defend it. Most the time the only defense is that it makes them feel better. However, the residual …
For years my wife and I have continually expanded out knowledge on supplements and the ingredients that make up those supplements. Years ago we sought after the notion to improve our health by “eating clean” and to educate our kids on that knowledge gained by our own personal research.
I've spent the past couple of months researching various natural remedies to issues I've had with chronic pain due to arthritis and aging. Through my studies I stumbled upon a a line of supplements whose products are packed full of goodies. One of these all-natural goodies is Tocotrienols.
Have you ever asked another CrossFitter, “What is CrossFit”? Saying I do CrossFit is like saying “I live.” It’s extremely generalized because CrossFit really does encompass everything I do in life. It’s eating, sleeping,
That's a pretty vague title. Well, it's a pretty broad category. What exactly are we talking about here? The supplement ind
As a CrossFit affiliate owner I spent quite a bit of money on equipment. I did my due diligence and researched what I found to be the best bang for the buck. I also made some purchases that I had ended up regretting. If you are only looking for equipment for your home gym, in my opinion, it's not necessary to get hig
The first time I ever heard of CrossFit was in Pakistan in 2005. I was in “Indian Country” doing work for Uncle Sugar. That was 11 years ago which placed me at the ripe age of 30. Having been in the Army for 13 years at that time, I was no stranger