Are you Medal of Honor fit?

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I love to train. When people ask what I’m training for, I often try to explain how it’s for the unforeseen. You know; prepared for anything and at any moment. And years ago, that was the biggest appeal to me starting CrossFit. Despite anyone’s feelings, thoughts, or opinions on CrossFit, I have always respected their […]

A Wearable Experiment

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Can wearables make you a better human? Find out what the real benefits of having a wearable are and whether or not it can bring your fitness, training and nutrition to the next level in this week’s podcast. Do wearables make you better? Talon and I hit every aspect of wearables in this podcast. I […]

Hacking Your Weak Hamstrings

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If you are looking to survive the end of the world, a zombie apocalypse, or simply want to become a better human you need to fix your weak hamstrings! He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. -Benjamin Franklin I don’t have enough time… I don’t have enough money… I don’t […]

Crush Your Training Week with 3 Simple (tiny) Habits

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Can I let you in on a little secret?  You’re not a superhero! Even the people who you may see as superheroes (professional athletes, successful entrepreneurs, etc.) aren’t superheroes. “Superheroes” are a product of the habits, rituals and routines they have developed through years of practice and application. We all have busy brains and the same […]

How to Not Die When Squatting Alone

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I almost died recently. Yep, I was attempting to find a 2-rep max box squat, training alone. I got a little over-confident, the weight got a little too heavy, and things got a bit dicey. In celebration of NOT dying, I’d like to share a few ways you can be safe when training alone. Of […]