Nutrition, the key to a healthy lifestyle. You hear people talk about diets all of the time, but we are here to tell you that the term "diet" is out and "lifestyle change" is the new star. Read on to learn more!
So every day when you walk into the gym, the first thing that most people do is go and check the board to see what the agenda is. As most people know our board consists of a few different things, but usually; the warm-up, the skill or strength WOD, the daily WOD, and then our cool down/mobility work. So to start off this little blog, lets actually go through and explain each thing really quick:
Alright, so a topic of discussion that I hear all of the time while coaching is calluses and how to manage them. As such, I thought I would try and point out a few different ways to solve this problem and to keep you from ripping your hands. As much as some might think it’s a “badge of honor,” it’s more like a workout hindering injury that could have you missing PRs and a good WOD. So here we go;
It’s ok to accept defeat, come face to face with failure, and admit to your “goats” (weaknesses). Sometimes, you just have to start off a new post with a statement that most people may view as shocking. This could be because, as a coach, it’s my job to encourage you to test your limits and push boundaries that you haven’t in a while. However, it’s also my job as a coach to tell you that sometimes, throwing in the white towel is the right thing to do.