Month: October 2016

Are You a “MET-Head”?

You’re a member of this gym subgroup if you dislike, avoid or simply see no point in strength work, to include heavy, low-rep powerlifting and weightlifting movements. If you are a met-head, you generally hate the following: • Any lifting workout involving singles, triples, ves or eights. • Any workout that involves rest between heavy …
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New WOD Format in November

[column_content type=”one_half”] Each class will have a new format for WODs in November. The strength or Oly component will remain as it is today. However each WOD will be broken down in the following categories. Fitness For newer athletes and athletes that are focused mainly on weight-loss. This will be lighter weight and less complex …
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Intro to Energy Systems

There are three metabolic pathways that provide the energy for all human action. These “metabolic engines” are known as the phosphagen pathway, the glycolytic pathway, and the oxidative pathway. “The first, the phosphagen, dominates the highest-powered activities, those that last less than about ten seconds. The second pathway, the glycolytic, dominates moderate-powered activities, those that …
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Goal Setting

As you all should know by now, we are focused on setting goals in the month of October. The advice we give our kids, co-workers, employees, and friends is that without goals in life you are at best aimlessly wandering about and wasting time or at worst you could be headed down a path that …
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