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3 Key Steps To Starting An Effective Daily Routine

“I’ve been thinking about taking up a meditation practice.” “I really need to drink more water…” “I feel so good when I exercise, I want to go to the gym more often, but can’t find the time!” If you’re like most people you probably have considered starting a new daily routine to optimize one or …
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Neurotransmitters, Recovery, And Your Training

Do you ever have days when you feel like all you could do is sleep no matter how much coffee you drink? Or maybe you’ve been on a new strength program for the past 8 weeks and feel weaker than when you started? Maybe you find yourself walking around the gym in a daze not …
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Your New Diet in the Real World – The CrossFit Journal

Your New Diet in the Real World BY KAI RAINEY April 18th, 2018 When I attended the CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course, one of the Seminar Staff members asked attendees raise their hands to indicate how long they had been doing CrossFit. When he got to the few who had been doing CrossFit for less than …
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When You Never Rx Anything – The CrossFit Journal

When You Never Rx Anything BY KAI RAINEY April 14th, 2018 The timer beeps, signaling the end of your workout. You normally feel pretty exhilarated after it’s over, but this was one of those workouts. One where there wasn’t a single movement you could come close to performing. The rest of the athletes had hung from …
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“I’m Working out but Can’t Lose Weight” – The CrossFit Journal

“I’m Working out but Can’t Lose Weight” BY KAI RAINEY April 6th, 2018 You’re getting the hang of this CrossFit thing. You’ve been to several classes and you’re sleeping well, moving easier, breathing better. You’ve learned the difference between an AMRAP and an EMOM. If only the scale would move. How can you do CrossFit—the hardest …
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Change Your Life in 24 Hours – The CrossFit Journal

Change Your Life in 24 Hours BY KAI RAINEY April 2nd, 2018 You’ve almost decided to try CrossFit. You’ve picked out the gym. You’ve been to the website to get familiar with the trainers. Maybe you even walked past during a class and admired what appears to be choreographed chaos. You have one step left, and …
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