How much water should I drink? This is a question we always get as Working Against Gravity coaches. And although the answer is somewhat personalized, there are some general hydration rules and guidelines we can all follow to ensure we’re drinking enough.
Read our interview with professional soccer player, Bianca Sierra, where she answers questions about her experience receiving nutrition coaching from Working Against Gravity!
Oh, recovery — we know how important it is, but for a lot of us, it’s difficult to take the time to do it.
All of us have physical skills we would like to improve, such as pistol squats, muscle-ups, doubles-unders and many more.
Can you believe it’s already been a month since the 2017 CrossFit Games finished? WAG HQ has definitely been taking some time to rest and recoup after many months of working diligently with all of our members throughout the Open, Regionals and the Games.
While it can feel impossible to find clothes that don’t make you feel like you’re losing circulation, there is hope! We found several brands to keep you well dressed for any occasion without having to burn 500 calories in the fitting room.
Preparing for a CrossFit competition is more physically and mentally demanding than exclusively training just for fitness. Don’t let that deter you, if you participate in CrossFit we encourage you to do a competition at least once in your lifetime!
Excited/Nervous/Anxious — the emotions and adrenaline rush of competing are what make it such a worthwhile experience. It is the reason that once you compete, you’ll want to do it again and again.
Finding a suitable training partner to have in your corner each and every day is a great way to inject some additional drive and enthusiasm in your workout.
An Interview with Olympic Javelin Thrower Ásdís Hjálmsdóttir.
Stress in small doses can help keep you motivated, alert, and gain a competitive edge. Too much stress can cause anxiety leading to poor performance and a drop in confidence. Learn how to cope or manage the stress so that performance does not suffer.