Well it has been a year and 3 months since I have updated this space. I have been quite busy. This time last year my wife and I found out we were having a child, we just affiliated the gym as a Crossfit affiliate and I left my 9-5 job as a systems administrator. There … Continue reading It has been awhile
Author: Rich B
From Whom Did You Learn To Challenge Yourself?
Recently this question was posed/emailed to me by my friend Todd: "From whom did you learn to challenge yourself?" First, What is challenge? Check the definition over at Dictionary.com: Challenge I believe that "challenging yourself" is different than "being challenged" There is a difference between internal vs external when it comes to the inner monologue. … Continue reading From Whom Did You Learn To Challenge Yourself?
Changing It Up
Sometimes in business and training you will need to change things up. I recently found myself in this position in regards to the space I was training my clients in. The space wasn't going to be available for much longer. I would need to move. I had a few choices 1. Go back to outdoor … Continue reading Changing It Up
More KB Snatch Work
I am continuing with my quest for 100 55# KB Snatches in 5 mins. Today I worked on reducing the squat in the downward swing phase. The beginning didn't go so well but I think I am starting to get it. I am thinking a few hours with an RKC coach will help immensely. I may start following … Continue reading More KB Snatch Work
The start of my training towards the RKC snatch test
KB Snatches with 55# Kettlebell
For this week I am filling for my buddy and fellow trainer Raf over at Redline Fight Sports in Central Square Cambridge.Last nights class was pretty awesome. We had 8 people and loads of body weight exercises.Everyone was split into teams of 2 and had to complete the following in a 15 minute time period.Partition … Continue reading Body Weight
An open space creates
Went out for a run and it turned into something else. Sometimes I have no real plan for a workout. At least for personal workouts. Sometimes they are just to vent, or to think, or to feel things out, or it is just plain too nice to sit and do nothing.Tonight a short run turned … Continue reading An open space creates
In the Beginning
It's not the knowledge, it's not the expertise, or how long you have been at it. It's the sheer willpower to move past the fear. The fear of failure, the fear of being found out that you don't have all the answers.Just being able to move forward in the face of your fears brings you … Continue reading In the Beginning