It’s pretty simple, over the years I have tried my fair share of meal prep companies and Smith Street Paleo is one of the best I have come across. Images by Smith Street Paleo My nearest and dearest know that I don’t love cooking, but I certainly appreciate good food. So, the occasional bout with
Shapesmiths is a community that I am grateful to be a part of and revere even more than the first day I joined. If you had told me when I wrote the below article that I would become a Crossfit coach at the very box it was written for, I would have said you’re full
how women in the world of CrossFit are proving that the girls are as just as worthy of admiration as the boys
My first experience at regionals was an overwhelming one, but I wouldn’t change a second of it. From spending hours prepping the athlete’s food and writing my articles between events to hanging out at the house with Team Buff Box, Regional athlete Lucy Majury and Youtube CrossFit star Craig Richey, it was an amazing whirlwind adventure. Read
I recently came across Bear Strength and their clothing at the CrossFit Athlete Games in London, and I was immediately drawn to the brands bright colours and soft fabrics.
My previous post discussed why respecting the expertise of those that have specialised in a field of study is always a good idea. And despite the fact that everyone seems to have an opinion on health and fitness, these are two topics where we should undoubtedly be learning from the experts. And while I don’t believe
Number one Jamie Greene, a woman who has taken this year’s CrossFit Open by storm, and number two Sam Briggs, a tried and true CrossFit contender who won the 2013 CrossFit Games are both following meal plans created by Matt Hodges and his co-founded company Buff Box. And there is no other performance nutrition company that can
The final weekend of the open has arrived. And it seems that thrusters, which a lot of people were unwantingly predicting, have come to fruition. With a repeat of 14.5, the fifth and final workout of 2016 is going to be a tough one.
Hey all, So this morning I was excited to see a workout I could actually do and get a killer workout from. Unlike 16.3, which involved 7 minutes of cursing the day I ever decided to begin CrossFit, and coming out with absolutely no muscle-ups to show for it, 16.4 is a ‘lovely’ little chipper wod that will also having
So I have to make this snappy since I have my final level 3 exam tomorrow, but my ears definitely perked up when I heard the CrossFit.com unveiling for 16.2 this morning.