Tag Archives: Crossfit

Corey Reed, adaptive heros and Sealfit

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.

Podcast coming

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…

The Face of Fitness

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 […]

Kamrynn – the person I’d die for

First I gotta give big ups to my boy Tyler Quinn out of CFSP – kid knows his stuff! More on him in the future… Today I’m writing about a, “Mental Toughness,” (MT) workout that we are doing at my home gym at Crossfit Los Angeles. One member of the staff (Michael Stanwyck) came up […]

Lindsey Valenzuela

The goal, the intent, and mission of what I’m doing is to add to the joy of the world… Last night on the WODCAST PODCAST (a weekly show I co-host) we had Lindsey Valenzuela on as our guest. They call her “The People’s Champ” for a reason – it’s her essence. As a human being […]

Death as a reminder – Jon Gilson

This was a FB post I caught from a friend, and world class dude: Jon Gilson. Fired me up and I had to share: “Everything ends eventually. Me, you, stars, galaxies, governments, everything. On its face, this could be an incredibly dispiriting concept, a resignation to fatalism and predestination. Yet I pass graveyards, and I […]

Training Day

The very foundation of the training template I’ve created is first based on the mind (mindset used for workout itself) and second on the body (a set of specific, planned stimuli for physical adaptation). IN THAT ORDER. What I’ve observed over the years is that the mental relationship people have with Crossfit (and other fitness […]

KK’s training template

Sometimes you push and you push and push and run into walls. I’ve spent a lot of my life running into those walls. Recently however, I’ve had a bit of a breakthrough and I want to share what I’ve been working on. It’s the training template that I’ve developed that we are starting to use […]