Keeping a food log or journal is a great first step in taking control of your nutrition. It is as easy as carrying around a notebook or piece of paper and jotting down what you are eating each day. Software and apps have made it even simpler to scan and track your...
First off, the mindset of Olympic weightlifting is a complicated one. There is a lot that goes into a proper mindset. Here’s a breakdown of what we should be striving towards. Find the silver lining in every session (here’s the millennial in me talking). Regardless of...
Developing and Testing Work Capacity Written by Bobby Armock In the CrossFit affiliate we have a series of tests of fitness organized into the weekly, monthly and annual program. Benchmarks in the form of pure strength for maximal weight in single, triple and five...
“So as you end the open season and return to your regular fitness routine let’s reestablish some places to improve and think about some areas that were exposed. ” – Coach Bobby
“A good combination of learning comes from watching weightlifters who lift well (…) and studying the resources that are in good standing with the sport(..)” – Coach Mike
What you need to know when finding the right nutrition plan for you.
“Want better snatches and jerks? How about better shoulder mobility and stability? Do the Turkish Get Up (TGU).” – Coach Mike
“In the snatch, clean, and jerk, the shins matter because they dictate where the knees and hips can go as well as what position is quad dominant or hamstring/hip dominant. Surprise, surprise; our body is interconnected.” – Coach Mike
“The athletes who don’t regularly olympic lift, may be missing out on things, whether they know it or not.” – Coach Mike
Ask yourself, are you a producer or consumer?
How the Catalyst Athletics Warmup helps our athletes improve their range of motion
Reminder, you can train through an injury. There is no need to stop coming to the gym. We, as coaches, can find something for you to do.