Did you know 50% of Americans set themselves a New Year’s Resolution? My concept is people want to change themselves for the better. After all, most resolutions are geared towards personal improvements of some sort, which is pretty amazing! However the flip side of the coin is that 88% of all those who set resolutions from America and around the world fail. Sadly year after year disappointed minds tally up to about 156 million failed resolutions. However we can’t beat ourselves up for not meeting the goal. Did you know there is a science
CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ and Education Courses are now approved by the US Government via GSA Schedule GS-07F-0104M and can be viewed here http://www.ironcompany.com/gsaadvantagepricinggsabidinformationandgsashipping.aspx CrossCore has already begun its equipment and education rollout through various US Military bases domestically and around the world and is expected to rapidly replace similar “suspended” training products already in use.
If you’re like many women, yourbreakfast and lunch tend to be light and you rake in most of your protein at dinner via lean options like chicken or fish. On paper that sounds like a healthy diet plan, but it turns out that loading most of your protein into one sitting may not be getting you the results you’re after.
CrossFit athletes are mimicking training tools used by many of the world’s leading strength and conditioning experts. The use of the KewlFit targeted 58°F/14°C Cooling Vests have begun to pop up in Boxes across the country. These vests are being used similar to how the USA Cycling Team, Alberto Contador and the Dutch National Soccer Team are using them, by keeping the core cooler before, during and after workouts.
“Having used other suspended bodyweight training devices in the past, I feel the CrossCore180 takes this sort of training to a whole new level. Absolutely love the ability to integrate a rotational aspect by simply pulling the pin!”
Steve Hess – Professional Basketball Strength Coach – Denver, Co
One way to begin strength training is to buy a set of dumbbells and start moving them around. Over time, bit by bit, we come to understand that we can get better benefits by being more precise: we start organizing our lifting into sets and reps, measuring the amount of weight lifted, planning out which days to train, and so on. What a good trainer understands though, is that there is a step missing here.