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That thing they call “functional bodybuilding”

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Articles / Crossfit / Muscle gain / 30 June, 2017

It’s been over 10 years now since CrossFit captured the fitness industry worldwide.  Some trainers saw it as provocative because of the high intensity…

10 THINGS I LEARNED FROM SOME OF TODAY’S BEST EXPERTS

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Muscle gain / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 28 June, 2017

The best part of my job is getting to know and even work with some of the top minds in training. When you are truly passionate about building muscle, …

Warm-Ups

Stop Half-Assing Your Warm-Ups – A Sequence for Warming Up With Purpose

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Articles / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 26 June, 2017

Although there is significant improvement in the industry when it comes to putting together efficient and purposeful warm-ups, I think it’s still safe…

Get Jacked

The Fastest Way to Get Jacked

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Muscle gain / 23 June, 2017

I’m about to present to you the training approach I’m on at the moment and it is proving to be a completely awesome experience. For the first time in …

strength

Find Your Real Strength

By Alex Babin

/ Articles / Crossfit / 22 June, 2017

Father’s day Since I can remember I’ve been passionate about lifting weights & getting stronger, it always had a powerful meaning in my life. I fe…

Corrective Exercises for the Squat Walkout

By Alex Babin

/ Strength and performance / Videos / 21 June, 2017

In this video, Alex Babin walks us through his two favorite corrective exercises to prevent strength leaks through the core for squat walk-outs.

core exercises

4 CORE EXERCISES YOU SHOULD MASTER

By Mai-Linh Dovan

/ Articles / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 16 June, 2017

I personally love to train the “core”.  I put “core” in quotations because it’s such a bastardized term…it’s probably more accurate to say something l…

Should You Train Your Touch and Go Deadlift

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Crossfit / Strength and performance / Videos / 12 June, 2017

In the touch and go deadlift, tension is maintained in the lats, hamstrings, glutes and lower back, which has a carryover to your strength coming off …

recovery

MAXIMIZE RECOVERY AND PROGRESSION WITH AMINO PULSING

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Nutrition & Supplementation / 07 June, 2017

Are you training hard using a good program and a high level of focus but feel you’re still not progressing Do you lack energy despite an adequate nutr…

mistakes

THE 5 MISTAKES THAT ARE KILLING YOUR MILITARY PRESS

By Alexandra Gendron

/ Articles / Strength and performance / 02 June, 2017

What do the push up, the deadlift, the squat and the shoulder press all have in common?  They are the types of movements you encounter in your activit…

Pec tears at the CrossFit East regionals: the causes and how to avoid it

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Articles / Crossfit / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 26 May, 2017

by Karim El Hlimi Last weekend, I was at the CrossFit East Regionals as a coach. If you we’re in the athlete warm up zone, I was the guy with the fann…

Optimising your true nature – Under the Bar Podcast

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Podcasts / 20 May, 2017

On this special episode Thibs explains the concept of program design based off neurological profile with the goal of training to optimise one’s brain …