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Coach’s Blog

  • Egos are funny things. We can really trip ourselves up by being a slave to our egos. Having ego isn’t always a bad thing, egos can help us push the envelop which helps us progress. Where it becomes a bad thing is when we don’t manage our egos rather we let our egos manage us. […]

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  • What is on my bookshelf….

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on October 7, 2014

    As you probably know I am a training information nerd. And every now and then a fitness book comes along that is pretty significant if not revolutionary. Back in 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding was published, it was probably one of the most revolutionary books on fitness of its time. And for most […]

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  • Catching Up With Coach “No Rep”

    By admin | In Coach's Blog | on April 7, 2014

    How did you first get into fitness? I had always been involved in sports since an early age. I played baseball, basketball, soccer, and a little tennis and enjoyed swimming and kayaking in the lake behind my house. My first recollection of actual training goes back to high school when my baseball coach would set […]

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  • Inch Wide Mile Deep

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on March 12, 2014

    Part of my philosophy as a coach is to be a student first. As I dig deeper and deeper into movement, fitness and wellness, I certainly discover how much more I need to learn. Being a student helps me be a better coach. At the RKC seminars I have attended, they talk about how the […]

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  • · What is your background? I’m a lifelong science nerd and athlete! The nerdy part I’ve fed with my undergraduate training in biology which turned into a dozen years spent teaching high school kids about chemistry and biology; the athlete part I’ve developed through participation in several competitive sports since I was a kid! · […]

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  • Are You, Your Own Worst Enemy?

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on August 6, 2013

    Are you participating in the Whole Life Challenge? If so, then congratulations on being AWESOME and working on changing your life for the better! If your answer is no, all I can ask is “Why the heck not?!?!” The most common answer is: “I don’t have time.” Why? Does everyone actually have schedules so jam […]

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  • Protect Your Hands

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on July 15, 2013

    Sadly the internet and social media is littered with folks that take pride in their hand rips from CrossFit workouts. Since you do CrossFit in Houston, the humidity causes sweaty hands and sometimes sweaty hands cause rips. Rips are painful, bloody and keep you from training, as well as making day to day tasks difficult. […]

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  • A Little Mobility Goes A Long Way

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on June 4, 2013

    Life as a human being is amazing. Consider the things that we can do as humans compared to other species. From a gross motor pattern perspective we can crawl, walk, run, skip, gallop, shuffle sideways, jump, swim and climb. We can lift, carry, throw and catch. Our fingers are nimble enough to write, type, play […]

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  • Re Charge

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on May 6, 2013

    Recently I discovered that I needed some me time. With doing CrossFit for several years, owning CrossFit West Houston, teaching CrossFit, and having a spouse that works with me at CFWH, yeah I need something else to re charge the batteries. I wanted something to avoid burn out and keep things fresh and get my […]

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  • Reflection

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on April 28, 2013

    Sometimes we get so involved in that that when certain things hit us it can rock us to the core. Something like that hit me Saturday morning to remind me of life’s preciousness and to try not to sweat the small stuff and appreciate the little things that are important. The bit of news I […]

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  • It has been said the Back Squat is the mother of all strength exercises. I am not sure if it is the mother of all strength exercises, but I do feel that it is essential to overall strength development. So we wanted to address this movement in detail so that you can get the most […]

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