Learning To Suffer

This is something I believe in 100%. [images style=”0″ image=”http%3A%2F%2Fundergroundrx.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2016%2F11%2F1425611_10153534452190475_2031502755_n.jpg” width=”601″ align=”center” top_margin=”0″ full_width=”Y”] “This is the best advice I can give you: learn to suffer. The suffering is the magic ingredient in the success, it’s not your new pair of lifter or the new food supplements that you take because an article you read…

Taking Ownership Of Your Progress

Train smarter, not harder… When it comes to training, quiet often we think training harder, longer hours in the gym, less rest and shortcuts are going to get us there. The body can only handle so much stress, physically, emotionally and spiritually before it begins to break down. After a while, small niggles in your…

Neutral Spine Accessory Work

Hey team, One of the most recent things that I have been learning about is how significant thoracic mobility is when it comes to functional movements. Thoracic tightness causes a chain reaction of things to occur that can hugely compromise your performance. Without going into detail, there are two main things that will tend to…

The Bank Account Of Life

Hey team, I thought I would put together a little analogy to help people understand why staying balanced is the foundation to success within the Sport Of Fitness. There are multiple facets of being a successful CrossFit athlete but ultimately, if you can have more high quality training sessions then the other athletes then you…

A Sports Scientists View On Programming For Crossfit

Today is a scheduled rest/recovery day! Go for a walk, play some sport, do something different!! Two weeks ago I interviewed Aaron Davis from Train Adapt Evolve (www.trainadaptevolve.com) via Skype and recorded the audio. Aaron is a sports scientist from Dallas, Texas, U.S.A, and is very involved in the world of CrossFit. Back in 2013/14…