• CROSSFIT IS DANGEROUS – PART 2
    posted September 02

    Yeah, that’s right. I said it. Crossfit is dangerous. Everyone on the internet says so, so it must be true. Well, let’s find out…

  • DELOAD WEEK
    posted May 23

    As you may have noticed, our Part A lifts this week haven’t been quite as heavy as the past 3 weeks. They almost seem like warm-up sets. You may be wondering what we’re doing and why we’re doing this…

  • GET TO THE NEXT LEVEL
    posted February 18

    So you say you’re tired of sucking and want to get to the next level. While this is a great goal to have, you may have some habits that are keeping you back. Let’s discuss how…

  • SMARTER EARLY MORNING AND LATE NIGHT WORK-OUTS
    posted January 30

    Hey there, shift worker. Are you a 6 or 7am regular? Maybe a 7 or 8pm regular? The fact that you’re committed to improving yourself via Crossfit is immensely commendable. Please make sure you’re doing it wisely…

  • PUT DOWN THE NSAIDS
    posted October 10

    Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs are impeding your recovery.
    Achy muscles? Tight shoulders, knees, or hips? Tennis elbow? Sprained ankle? NSAIDS such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen aren’t doing you any favors…

  • SMR CLINIC
    posted May 18

    Do you struggle with chronic neck and shoulder tension? Find yourself in front of a computer or behind the wheel more than you would like? Chances are, you could use some release. Well, now you’re in luck. On Saturday, June 2nd, we’re having Jeff Alexander back to give us …

  • OMEGA-3
    posted July 11

    A lot of people ask about supplements. What should I take? Why should I take this? What does this do? Well, I can honestly say that if you could take only one supplement, it should be fish oil. Why? Because fish oil is an amazing source of Omega-3 fatty acids. What’s that, …

  • INJURY AND OVERTRAINING (OR UNDER-RECOVERING)
    posted June 14

    OK, we all love Crossfit, and we all love Crossfit Hollywood, but we have to be smart about how we train. Overtraining, or under-recovering, is not good for you and can lead to injury. Whether you were semi-athletic when you joined, or completely sedentary, you …

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