Tag: CrossFit

Relieving Low Back Pain

Have Low Back Pain?  Try These Simple Techniques for Relief Low back pain is a common pain felt by many. It can range from a slight ache to completely debilitating. While the exact cause of back pain can come from many sources, sedentary lifestyle and a weak posterior chain (the muscles of the backside of the […]

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High Fives and Fist Bumps for Nile and Brandon

At StrengthRx, we pride ourselves on having knowledgable coaches and amazing athletes. By having coaches with deep understanding of the elements of CrossFit and body mechanics, we are able to support our members in pushing themselves to their full potential and do so in a safe environment. In order to become a CrossFit coach, one […]

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#PowerofPuppies at StrengthRx

Yesterday was National Puppy Day and we were fortunate enough to be a part of the #PowerofPuppies campaign by SoulPancake and Purina Puppy Chow. See what happened when some of our athletes were surprised with these adorable, WOD ready Corgi puppies!

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Making The Most Of Your Time At StrengthRx CrossFit

Trust us. We understand busy schedules. In fact, many of the members we have here at StrengthRx CrossFit initially joined because they needed a more efficient workout that didn’t require them to be in the gym for hours at a time. That’s why we’ve put together this list of ways you can make your time […]

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Machines vs Free Weights

Machines are built with the “average” person in mind and although offer some interesting options for movement diversity, if used exclusively will stunt your development as an athlete. A one size fits all approach will never deliver maximum results and you will never know your true strength levels because the blocks of weight you stick […]

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Taking a Stand Against Sitting

Dear America, You’re fat and there’s no denying it. According to the CDC, 69% of Americans are overweight.  Being overweight puts you at risk for two of the leading causes of death in this country: heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes. We have a gluttonous epidemic of rotund proportions on our hands dot.dot.dot (Who doesn’t […]

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