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Coach’s Blog

  • 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 […]

  • Welcome to part one of the Strength is a Skill Series. While there are ten general skills that we are equally interested in developing, one has a tendency to greatly affect the others. Strength fixes everything. Over the course of this series we will be breaking down the set up and execution of the big […]

  • Looking Ahead, Welcome 2013

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on January 1, 2013

    Happy New Year! It’s going to be a great year at CrossFit West Houston! We have lots of exciting things in store for you! Evolve to the strongest and healthiest you ever in 2013! Below are highlights of what we have planned for CFWH members in 2013. Leaderboard Tracking This year will see CFWH roll […]

  • 12 Days of Christmas

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on December 13, 2012

    As you may or may not know it is an annual tradition to perform a 12 Days of Christmas WOD each holiday season. This year is no exception, but this year it will have a special meaning and serve as an important reminder. In the past year we have formed a special relationship with the […]

  • Pull Ups: How to Get Better

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

    This is a typical question that I encounter.  “What exercises can I do to get better at Pull Ups?” The really simple answer to this is to do pull ups. As I have watched over the last almost 4 years, the folks that get better at pull ups, do them regularly and tenaciously. If you […]

  • What to Do About Mobility?

    By Rob | In Coach's Blog | on September 16, 2012

    You have 56 days of mobility for the Whole Life Challenge. What do you do? It can be really overwhelming to think about what you need to work on and what to do. Watch the website as we will be adding some videos and articles to help out. Make sure you have some tools available […]

  • Got Strong?

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

    We are excited to announce the Strength RX program beginning next Tuesday at 6 PM. This is a program for all you folks who want to get stronger. Strength is an important component to CrossFit, as it is one of the ten general physical skills. This program will be all about strength with virtually no […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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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