Carl Daniel

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Do you need therapy? - Invictus Fitness

\ <b><br>Do you need squat therapy?</b><br>Written by Nuno Costa<p>If you were taken back by the title of this blog post, please read on as this may apply to making you …

Considerations for coaching crossfit athletes

The popularity of Crossfit, as a mean of general training and fitness, has created (at least momentarily) interest for the sport of weightlifting.</b> …

On Improving the skill of weightlifting : One of the best advice I can give you

If you searched around on the internet for a way to improve your performance as a weightlifter (or as a practitioner of the Olympic lifts), you would …

Top Tips For Your First Two Years of CrossFit

Page: 1Next »<p>Decorate your box for the Holidays – click any image below to purchase!<p>Think back to all the mistakes you made when starting CrossFit, …

CrossFit

7 Squat Variations You NEED to Try

Your go-to butt exercise could use an upgrade<p>Squats are like the LBD of your workout—they’re the perfect staple and they make your body look pretty amazing. But just like your wardrobe, your fitness routine could use some variety. For an upgrade with major results, try these 7 squat variations from …

Study Backs Rotating Shoes to Lower Injury Risk

39% less risk of injury in runners who use multiple shoes.<p>You've probably been told that running in two or more pairs of shoes throughout the week can lower your risk of injury. According to a first-of-its-kind study, you've probably been told correctly, as runners who rotated among multiple models …

Running

Yes, Walking is Great for You. But Pick Up the Pace

Learn why your speed is so important<p>Talking a 30-minute cruise around the neighborhood isn't a lousy excuse for a workout—if you keep up a solid pace, that is. People who walk slowly may be more likely to die before their time, according to a new analysis of the National Walkers' Health Study. …

Which Workout Burns The Most Calories After It’s Over?

A.K.A. the magic workout<p>Since you're well-read in the fitness department, you probably already know about the afterburn effect—i.e. how some workouts help you burn calories even <i>after</i> your sweat session is over. But what you may not know is which ones get the job done best—so we checked in with …

Why You Should Switch Up Your Running Shoes

New research suggests more shoes = better results<p>Your lucky pair of running shoes might not be so charmed, after all. According to a new study from the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory in Luxembourg, running day after day in the same sneaks can lead to results-wrecking injuries.<p>For the study, …

How Exercise Makes Your Brain Grow

Research into “neurogenesis”—the ability of certain brain areas to grow new brain cells—has recently taken an exciting turn. Not only has research discovered that we can foster new brain cell growth through exercise, but it may eventually be possible to “bottle” that benefit in prescription …

How to Build Big Trap Muscles

It’s winter, and that means more layers, baggier clothes and looser fits. But everyone needs to look a little larger than they are, and a good way to …

CrossFit: What Flavor Kool-Aid Are You?

Let's be honest: One of a CrossFitter's biggest pet peeves is when someone comes up and says "Oh, you drank the Kool-Aid, huh?"<p>First, let me start by saying that Kool-Aid is not Paleo, so NO I do not drink Kool-Aid. Secondly, why can't it be something good, like wine or tequila? Anyway, this little …