“That wasn’t that bad.” Or “That was mild.” Or “That was easy.” Take a seat folks, because school is about to be in session. Understanding the 3 ways in which we do Fitness at Railroad. Truth #1: If we programmed every training session to be “Murph” like, or an [...]
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If you’re like me (if you’re reading this article you are!), you’re wondering how you are going to stay healthy during this unique time we’re all living in. It’s a lot simpler than you think! Here are 5 easy ways to keep yourself healthy and strong. 1. Exercise The key is to get moving, and consistently! [...]
"Without structure or a daily schedule you are less likely to get the results you want….in any area of your life." Without purpose, Without structure, Without a daily schedule, Insert the possibile/inevitable outcomes…. [weight gain, depression, loss of identity/purpose, increase stress/fear, decrease in health, to name a few…..] Most of us have been quarantined to [...]
At Railroad, we get people results. Healthier. Better body. Stronger. Out of pain. Fat loss. But these are people under our roof, who we see and work with regularly. But what about getting results for someone who we wouldn’t be face to face with everyday? […]
Mental Acuity Multiple studies have shown that exercise improves cognitive ability. In his book “Spark” Dr. John Ratey shows how exercise helps improve focus, fight depression and helps us make better decisions. A sharp mind gives a professional the ability to think through projects, and the entrepreneur the space to develop new ideas, or [...]
What is something you would say helped you within your first month of CrossFit. The kindness of others. I walked in nervous and not sure of what to do. When I was greeted by friendly smiles and warm welcomes it put me at ease right away. What do you get most excited about when going [...]
What is something you would say helped you within your first month of CrossFit? Two things: the amazing atmosphere at Railroad, and the realization that CrossFit really is for everyone. I was so hesitant about trying CrossFit, but I'm currently on an 18-month sabbatical from my job in the city, and [...]
A research study from 2012 has shown that the average plate size in America had grown 23% between the years 1900 and 2012. From 9.6’’ to 11.8’’ Big deal right? Think again….. Running the math, this article explains this encourages an individual to consume just 50 more calories per day and that [...]
Across almost 8 full years of Coaching, one thing I’ve noticed is certain, People make the mistake of attaching their own self worth to their performance/abilities & get down on themselves when they don’t do as well as they want(ed) and then let it bring their self esteem down. Why is that? [...]
How I’ve stayed healthy & pain free 8 years into CrossFit. I just passed my 8 year mark of doing CrossFit. I have stayed healthy through the majority of that time. Now I have at different times experienced “discomfort” in the shoulder, knee or back but every time I’ve been able to understand [...]