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07 Sep Posted by in Medical Info | Comments

Reminder – No ONE wants your COOTIES!

Sooooo we have been finding crusty blood on equipment lately…. EWWWWW!!!! Barbells and pull-up bars. Please take responsibility for cleaning up your own equipment. Please remember that someone else will be using your bar, mat or band after you. Do you want to have someone else’s cooties on the equipment you use? It is coming […]


‘Tis the Season…of Sickness

Between parties, kids, doorknobs, and general germy-ness, it’s the season of getting sick. Check out this Breaking Muscle article on working out when you’re sick: Why You Shouldn’t Work Out When You’re Sick Is your workout schedule helping or hindering your health? Keep it in mind this winter!   Christmas Party Update: Purchase your tickets […]


12 Jun Posted by in Medical Info | 3 comments

How Short Are YOUR Hammies?

We’re lucky enough to have yet another “Muscle Of The Month” guest post by our very own Colleen Bruce!  Read on, and learn about how to treat your hamstrings right: Seeing as this month’s skill is the L-Sit, I thought it might be appropriate to write about one of the major muscle groups that can […]


24 Jan Posted by in Medical Info | 12 comments

Sick Much?

When the winter weather gets cold and you tend to spend most of your time indoors, you’re also more likely to catch cold and flu viruses.  The cold and flu season can begin as early as October and usually ends sometime in April, but succumbing to sickness isn’t necessarily inevitable…   Here’s what you need to […]


19 Jan Posted by in Medical Info | 25 comments

A Bit About Tendonitis

Many of you active CrossFitters have experienced at least one bout with some form of pesky tendonitis.  Therefore, based on my recent readings surrounding commonly known tendonitis facts, I felt it would be prudent to address the condition in a post. What exactly IS tendonitis? Well, let’s begin at the beginning. Tendons are tough, flexible, […]