It has been a while since I’ve written and would love to share what happened the past few months. As most of you know I have a passion for Crossfit and have been working hard on all the skills, but he biggest thing I truly love, is lifting and lifting HEAVY 😊
So recently I approached my coach regarding weightlifting. I wanted to start with lifting competitions although my lifts would be far below than all the professionals. I just wanted to start somewhere. The main reason, as mentioned, is that I love lifting heavy, but I also wanted to engage in weightlifting to help me with my form and technique.
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Another year has gone and most of us have already made New Year’s resolutions. But as most of you know, it can be really hard to stick to it. I myself have fallen into that trap, but have learned how to stick to my goals by follow these tips.
The most important part of your training is how well you recover afterwards and making sure your body gets optimal nutrition to repair and recover your muscles. The amount of time during which you should begin your recovery nutrition routine following training is 15-30 minutes.
I’m sure you’ve heard of people making jokes about Crossfit, bad-mouthing all of the movements being done etc. Well I have listened to these comments for the past 2 years!
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