What is CBD: Part 1
The role of sleep in muscle recovery
Best post-workout quad stretches
We’ve all been there. Coach prescribes some heavy squats in your WOD and all of a sudden you can’t walk for days. Your in luck though, as there are some time tested ways for you to decrease that muscle soreness and get back in the gym the next day!
A note on failure
So many times people will try something new and more often than not fail at it. The typical response is to give up and say that you are just not good at whatever it is you just tried. Think about it. That mindset has been ingrained in so many of us from such a young age it becomes our default mode. It’s why you see so many people that don’t want to go outside of their lanes and try new things, or meet new people, or change their beliefs.
Achieving the best toes to bar
We partnered up with our friends over at Tink T2B to help you master those toes to bar with these few steps. Check em out below and watch your t2b get better before your eyes!
What causes calluses to form?
The short answer is that calluses form due to increased friction between your hands and some surface. Now you might say that this is obvious, especially when we repeatedly grip some sort of bar and then proceed to rub our hands against that bar over and over again. Whether that looks like 50 pull ups or 75 snatches across a WOD it’s the same friction we are seeing on our hands. But there are a number of different ways that this friction can be made worse, ending up with a ripped and bloody hand.
Athlete hand care
In training, your hands do not have off-days just like the rest of your body, to reach your goals requires discipline and self-care. When your hands have callous tears or dryness; it’s hard to feel strong and keep going, let's be honest being injured makes training less enjoyable! Let's look at prevention, maintenance and recovery hand care that will compliment your workouts.