If you are following our programming you know that today we ran hill sprints. Specifically, the “Franklin Hill Mashup.” The interesting thing about programming, coaching and leading a community of people onto the hill 3-4 times a cycle (in my view not enough…) is that there is often a general conflict between the irrefutable POSITIVE […]
One of the biggest lessons emphasized by my coach Mark Divine (and incidentally repeated in different iterations with every significant coach and mentor I’ve ever had) is that when you are in service to something greater than self your output can increase – often significantly. That if you can quiet the ego and, “Monkey Mind,” […]
Here are some tips for coaches and athletes for 3.2.2. If you’re a touch kyphotic try some thoracic mob, pec mob and then get into your scalenes, then rock head against the wall. See if this positively changes your set for the DL… -Coach
Here are some quick notes on the movements for Fridays WOD 3:1.5. Give it up for GC, Elliot and Steph for rockin’ the vid!
Lil’ late, long and silly but here is a take on things to focus on for 3:1.4 from my boi Brian Mackenzie. Hugs n kisses – Caoch
As promised here is our coaching description for WOD 3:1.2 – “Med Ball Mania!” (In Monster Truck Voice).
Corey and I are doing the SealFit Challenge for Transition Possible: a non-profit organization serving wounded warriors with PTSD or TBI through adaptive sports, community involvement and career placement. We will have a chance to work with some remarkable heroes. Watch the vid and throw down a donation if you feel inspired.
Positivity Project Task for March 11, 2013: Interview Sal Masakela for my upcoming Podcast series (to be released in April!). Small seed, big ideas, real stuff… working to make the world better…
For the last four years I’ve been working with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as a host and auctioneer for many of their events. On Wednesday I hosted, “The Light the Night Awards Dinner.” During the event part of my job was to interview people that had collectively raised 1.5 million dollars in the last […]
My friend Carlos Tapia is a hell of a photographer. He is putting his book, “The Face of Fitness,” together now by traveling all over the united states. He captures the athletes vulnerability immediately after they have just kicked ass. Check the vids to see interview with Carlos and see him work with Olympic hopeful […]