CrossFit, Exercise, Mobility, Uncategorized

Top 5 Mobility Tools Everyone Should Own

If marathon mobilizing was a sport, I'd be a world champion.  Not because I'm the best at it, but because I would outlast any and all competition. Those who know me are familiar with my ability to mobilize for hours and hours.  My love of staying loose, limber, and flexible, has come with a ton… Continue reading Top 5 Mobility Tools Everyone Should Own

Exercise, Mobility, Nutrition, Psychological Health

First Responder Longevity – A Public Safety Worker’s Guide to Staying Fit

So you want to be a cop huh? Thought you'd be chasing down bad guys and hopping over fences all day. Nope. Turns out that 99% of your day is spent driving, standing still, and report writing at a desk. How about you firefighters?  Thought you'd be rushing into burning buildings every day, carrying someone… Continue reading First Responder Longevity – A Public Safety Worker’s Guide to Staying Fit

CrossFit, Mobility, Parenting/Fitness, Psychological Health

7 Things I’ve Learned While Mobilizing

Everyone knows I literally cannot shut up about mobilizing.  I stretch everywhere I can, in the car, doing dishes, hell I have even done mobility on the toilet.  Now that you have that visual, let me tell you what sort of things I've learned during my time mobilizing. How to Slow Down It is so… Continue reading 7 Things I’ve Learned While Mobilizing

CrossFit, Exercise, Mobility, Workout Tips

5 Body Building Exercises All CrossFitters Should Be Doing

In a CrossFit gym, if you are caught performing bicep curls during open gym it is a guaranteed shit talking session.  This will (and should) always be playful teasing, but nonetheless, it will make a scene.  CrossFit generally despises traditional bodybuilding exercises.  You know, the stuff you used to read about in the magazines or… Continue reading 5 Body Building Exercises All CrossFitters Should Be Doing

Mobility

CrossFit Injuries and How to Avoid Them – The Shoulder

Kicking off my "CrossFit Injuries and How to Avoid Them" series with one of the most common complaints I hear.  "My shoulder is killing me coach, I need to modify this workout."  The shoulder is THE most complex area of the body because it is the most mobile joint.  It also has the highest risk… Continue reading CrossFit Injuries and How to Avoid Them – The Shoulder

Mobility

Always Be Mobilizing – A How to Guide on Staying Limber Throughout Your Day

Feeling stiff, sore, and tight?  This is normal, especially for us folk over 30!  This was something that hit me right around age 27-28.  I had been working a grown up job for 3 years, which included a 2 hour commute round trip, where I was sitting at least half of my 10 hours at… Continue reading Always Be Mobilizing – A How to Guide on Staying Limber Throughout Your Day