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Rebel Ammo

We require ALL of our head coaches to be certified personal trainers or have a background in exercise science, so from time to time we sound off on all things exercise, from CrossFit, nutrition and more. Check out the articles below to get an idea of the Rebel perspective and what it meant to be a CrossFit Rebel.

Takeaways from Performance & Nutrition Research

Takeaways from Performance & Nutrition Research

The Academics Guide to Training.....or at least that's what the two days should have been called that I spent in Tampa at a Sports Performance and Nutrition Conference, completing my CEUs for the year ....and that should've been my goal: "Just get the darn continuing education credit hours and don't expect anything grand in return." But I do. I want info. I love to learn, especially when I can come back an apply to the box: do this, lift this way, train this much, rest this much, supplement with this, eat[...]
Your Mitochondria

Your Mitochondria

Several years back, Dr. Terry Wahls, who suffered/suffers from multiple sclerosis (MS), posted a Ted Talk Video entitled Managing Your Mitochondria. In my opinion, to those "in" the nutrition circles, she helped stir the pot for increased vegetable consumption and Paleo-like diets not only for health, but for "healing", aka curing MS. Here's the talk if you want to check it out: MANAGING YOUR MITCHONDRIA. Your mitochondria are the little powerhouses inside your cells.  Why they matter to us as CrossFitters is that they are key in generating energy for muscle contraction[...]
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How to Make Yourself Go to the Gym

  In a recent article in the NY Times entitled "How to Make Yourself Go to the Gym" by Josh Barrow, the following statement was made about the typical gym or fitness center:  The fact that lots of people join gyms and rarely go to them isn’t great for our national waistline, but it’s pretty good for people who own gyms. While the article is about how to motivate a person to actually "go" to the gym, I found it ironic that the economic spin put on it was from the perspective of[...]


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