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CrossFitter Newsletter
Issue 3 - January 9, 2017
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CrossFitter Newsletter
As a physical therapist, it would seem that patients’ sleep patterns are not something often addressed. On the contrary, I have a conversation about that very topic with most people that I work with.
Juggernaut Strength
For many athletes, adding some serious mass to their bodies can equate to moving weight a lot easier in the gym—and you’ll look stronger too which doesn’t hurt.
Boxlife Magazine
In the first week of January, millions of people flock to gyms with a New Year’s resolution to lose weight, build muscle, and get in shape.
Strengtheory.
Are you wasting time at the gym? If any of these things are habits of yours, it’s likely that you are.
Mentality Wod
Whole, unprocessed carbohydrate sources have significant health and performance benefits that might go unnoticed with macronutrient counting.
CrossFit Journal
From a nutritional perspective, although a caloric deficit is needed to lose fat, a caloric surplus isn't necessarily needed to build muscle. This is because stored fat is stored energy.
T-Nation
Treadmill running can be a useful addition to your training, especially if the roads are icy during winter, but there are a few factors to consider.
Runner's World
Prep time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 60 minutes Serves: 6-8
Breaking Muscle
It’s officially 2017 and many of you are setting goals for the upcoming journey around the sun. Whether your goals are fitness oriented or have to do with your relationships, we encourage you to take action on them. We also think that you will get some useful take aways from this week’s episode with Doctor Kirk Parsley when it comes to your 2017 intentions.
Barbell Shrugged
The vast majority of people entering a gym for the first time are doing so with the intent to lose weight.
Breaking Muscle