Education

  • Never Too Smart

    When Jen Jacobs graduated from college, she became an endurance athlete. She started out running 5K races, then half-marathons and marathons. In 2007, she completed...

  • Be Kind to Your Skin

    Skin. We all have it. It varies in color, shade and texture. Everyone’s skin performs the same functions as another. It’s an elastic covering that...

  • Deciding on a Kettlebell Certification

    There’s speculation about where the kettlebell comes from. Defined by Kettlebell USA as “a type of dumbbell or free weight that is round with a...

  • Fed-Up with Nutrition Challenges

    After five years of running nutrition challenges, Jake Maslin was fed-up with the trends he continually saw at CrossFit Code Red. According to Maslin, many...

  • 3 Nutrition Challenges to Consider this Year

    About one third of New Year’s resolutions are geared toward losing weight, according to WebMD. And 15 percent of those who make resolutions to lose weight...

  • A Bit of Prehab Work

    How do you give people CrossFit while fixing their movement issues? Angelo Sisco, the owner of O’Hare CrossFit and a co-owner of CrossFit Hardwood Heights, explained...

  • Better Tracking than a Bloodhound

    During his career as a canine detective, a Kentucky bloodhound named Nick Carter helped capture over 600 criminals, as reported by PBS in “The Bloodhound’s...

  • Certifications Your Coaches Should Pursue

    On average, Chennelle Miller, the co-owner of Raleigh CrossFit, said the cost of a certification is between $600 to $1,000, depending on the type. And...

  • Getting Technical

    David Cornthwaite played soccer for Principia College. After graduation, he went on to coach Prinicpia High School’s soccer team. He ran to stay in shape,...

  • Pre-Signed, Sealed and Delivered Meals

    After the previous company he partnered with stopped selling in his area, Dave Rubin, the owner of CrossFit Durham in Durham, North Carolina, had to...

  • 5 Benefits of Selling Pre-Made Meals in Your Box

    Time is the No. 1 factor when it comes to people struggling with their fitness goals and needs. With that in mind, being able to...

  • Re-validating Your Level 1

    This year 2015 marked the fifth year of coaching CrossFit for Moira Fauth. So, the trainer at CrossFit Regeneration in Louisville, Kentucky, recently re-validated her...

  • The Nutrition Conversation

    In Melissa Hartwig’s opinion, nutrition is a touchy subject, third only to politics and religion. “It’s very emotional for people,” said Hartwig, a co-creator of...

  • Academy for Nutrition

    Trained in the Precision Nutrition methodology, Derick Deal is the head of the nutrition program at District CrossFit in Washington D.C. Over the years, Deal’s nutrition...

  • Your Coaches Need a Mobility Class

    Kelly Starrett’s MobilityWOD started a decade ago, in 2005. And contrary to popular belief, his obsession is not with safety or mobility, but instead with...