I have quite a few clients that like to come in as a small group. Designing workouts for groups can be tough, especially when everyone is on a different level of difficulty. This is one of my favorite high intensity interval workouts–It’s efficient, quick and tough–sets you up perfectly to enjoy a cocktail post WOD.
Stop complaining about what you look like and what you WANT to look like unless you do something about it. Sticking to the same routine won’t result in favorable changes–You have to force yourself outside you comfort zone if you want to see new results. Try something new! Share this image if you agree! #cocktails&crossfit
Recently, I had a conversation with family members about grocery shopping. One thing led to another and we were standing in a circle nearly arguing about the difference between natural and organic, because yes, there is a difference.
What does organic mean? Read more
It’s been two years since my first marathon and one year since my second. I figured it was about damn time I showcase my accomplishments appropriately.
I’m only a two-time marathoner, which doesn’t make what I’m about to say any less credible, but what I’m getting at is that you don’t have to be a fifty-time marathoner to give someone tips on preparing for the big day.
When I ran my first marathon I was prepared, but I feel like there are some things about running a marathon you don’t know unless you just do it. Read more
As time passes since I ran my first (and second) marathon, I’ve had time to reflect on the impact these races made on my life. Most people will tell me I’m absolutely ridiculous for running two marathons and that “It’s so bad for your body,” and, “Excessive endurance is bad for your heart.”
But, I’m here to tell you after successfully finishing both races that my body feels perfectly fine, and my heart is completely healthy. Read more