It isn’t news to anyone that we’re living in stressful, uncertain times with COVID-19. But what has been giving us strength? We asked Working Against Gravity members these questions, and you’ll discover their top responses below.
It isn’t news to anyone that we’re living in a global pandemic. And healthcare workers worldwide are on the front lines of this battle against the coronavirus. But all of us at WAG felt that these healthcare workers deserve a bit of special recognition.
Becoming an elite CrossFit athlete goes beyond what you do in the gym. You also have to feel your best in order to move your best the way elite CrossFitters do. That comes down to training, recovery, mindset — and nutrition.
When most people think of CrossFit athletes, the adage “food is fuel” may come to mind, but in the Fraser household, it runs a bit deeper than that. Instead, food stands for connection, relaxation, and nourishment.
"I’m not sure why, but I thought I would have to change a lot more than I was about the types of food I was already used to. It was a really easy transition after I got used to weighing my food the first couple of weeks." - Jennifer Smith
In the newest episode of WAG Stories, we peek into the lives of power couple Jessica and Christian Lucero as she trains for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for weightlifting.
In part two of this series of WAG Stories, we get a closer glimpse into a day in the life of Chris Henderson, the rhythm guitarist for 3 Doors Down, and how he balances his nutrition, training and being a rock and roll superstar.
This week, we’re excited to share the story of Chris Henderson, the rhythm guitarist for 3 Doors Down and #TeamWAG member.
“I want my output to be as good as possible, so in order for that to happen, I need to make sure my input is good and supports that,” says Tommy Marquez.
When I first started I was shocked at how much my coach wanted me to eat. I had not been eating nearly enough for five days a week of CrossFit.
After some hesitation, Rachel joined WAG to complement her training. She didn't intend to drop a weight class, but it came naturally with the program and she feels stronger than ever!
When we take trips to places that are culturally different from our own, the first thing we tend to notice are material differences. We compare the types of clothing and marketplaces to those we’re familiar with.