Instead of creating large newsletters (with one or two massive articles) we’ve decided to streamline the process by sending out more of a snippet based format – that let’s you guys quickly skim and jump to expanded articles on the Adapt website – we figured it’d also be a way to use the comments section of each post to discuss each item shared and participate in the Adapt community online.
Sometimes it’s a long walk, lasting a few hours, and sometimes, I just go out the front door, down to the creek, and I’m back in 20 minutes – But here’s the thing, I always feel a lot better after it
On Sunday night (#sundayarvogeeup), I promised you a potentially game-changing process to achieve success in just about all the areas of your life – This is it
Julia Stanmore lives and breathes CrossFit, and she’s a shining example of what’s possible if you commit yourself to the journey, show up consistently and put in the work
In August, we’ll be focusing on the Olympic Lifts (clean and jerk + snatch). Bring. It. On. Taz and Pat Barber (the guys behind our day-to-day programming #WUWO) have enlisted the skills of Chad Vaughn, to help us focus on Olympic Lifting technique. We won’t be lifting any more than usual in workouts, but you […]
It might surprise you but most of the conversations that I have with people looking to lose weight or build muscle, aren’t about the specifics of exercise or program itself – but more about developing the character traits to stick with what they need to do, long enough to see results
We all know sitting is bad for us, in fact emerging scientific research is pointing towards it being really bad for us, but why don’t we want to get up? Well as it turns out, you’ve been made that way by nature.
Can you remember the last time you had a really good day?
Can you remember how you started it, and how you finished it – as in, what did your routine look like?
A good day for me looks a little like this:
Aerobic Capacity is a key marker of fitness and is part of any decent strength and conditioning program – If your coaches don’t include this type of training then it might be time to find a new gym because they’re letting you down