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Coach’s Blog

  • Kalos Sthenos

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on September 4, 2012

    The greek have a phrase that I like, it is “kalos sthenos” which means beautiful strength.  Humans have incredible ability to move beautifully, one just has to watch Olympic gymnast, elite level swimmers, elite runners, Olympic weight lifters, and ballerinas to see it in action.  We all have the potential to move beautifully if we […]

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  • The Cool Down

    By admin | In Coach's Blog | on August 12, 2012

    The moment after an intense workout is completed is a VERY important time for the body to cool down properly because: Helps the heart rate and respiration slow down gradually Helps avoid dizziness or fainting, which sometimes happens when exercise is stopped suddenly and blood pools in the legs Allows your muscles time to recover […]

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  • Beat the Heat, Stay Hydrated

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on July 30, 2012

    This summer has been quite an enigma in Houston. The rains of July kept the temperatures near bearable.  With all the rain, August sets up to be extremely hot and humid. As we move into August, it is really important to stay hydrated. Some studies have shown that most humans are chronically dehydrated. Exercising in […]

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  • Plant Your Feet

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on July 26, 2012

    As humans on planet earth, we have a very intimate relationship with the ground and gravity. If we did not have gravity we would be floating debris in space. Thankfully gravity keeps us connected to the ground. In weight training much of what we wish to accomplish is to overcome gravity in order to elevate […]

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  • It Starts With Food Review

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on June 11, 2012

    As many of you know, we are a Whole 9 Life Partner. Several times a year, we will have nutritional challenges based around their Whole 30 program to many people’s personal success. As a coach, I have been blessed to see this program change many people’s life in just a short 30 days. As an […]

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  • CF Hero Month

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on May 1, 2012

    Many years ago when I discovered CrossFit, one of the things that really struck me was the commitment of this community to the men and women that serve in the military. The “Hero WODs” are the best example of this support.  Sadly with the rapid growth of CrossFit, these memorial WODs have expanded as well. […]

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  • The Open is Upon Us

    By admin | In Coach's Blog | on January 25, 2012

    Compete Registration for this year’s CrossFit Games Open starts February 1st. For those of you that competed in the CFWH Civil War earlier this month, this will give you another opportunity to get your competitive juices flowing. And if you’ve yet to experience a CrossFit competition, this will be a great way to get your […]

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  • What Can You Discover?

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on January 11, 2012

    It is that time of year when people start thinking about resolutions. The end of one year signals the beginning of a new one. It’s a time to start fresh, do more, be better. Many people will take this opportunity to reflect, analyze, dream and set goals. Health and fitness are usually at the top […]

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  • What to Do After a Competition?

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog, Uncategorized | on January 8, 2012

    Did you do the CrossFit West Houston Civil War: Racked and Loaded? You are most likely somewhat sore, maybe a lot sore. So what should you do. Here are some things to do: Rest. Three or four workouts is a lot to do in one day. No need to rush to the gym or rush to […]

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  • Cure for the Common Tear

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on December 17, 2011

    It can happen from time to time. Sometimes it isn’t so bad, just a little skin. And sometimes it is a huge bloody mess. No fun! We all fear the ripped callous. Nobody wants to miss valuable training time so what should we do. Prevention First protect your hands by taking care of them. Use […]

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  • Track Your CrossFit Results!

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on November 29, 2011

    Take control of your progress! Do you ever find yourself wondering what weight you should use for a particular WOD? When the coach says “use about 80% of your max for this WOD”, do you kick yourself and wish you knew what that was? Knowing where you are could make a big difference in your […]

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