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Blog ARCHIVE

  • Increase Muscle Mass With Body Weight Workouts

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on April 1, 2020

    Let’s increase muscle mass by doing body weight workouts. We are all finding new ways to workout at home during this Covid-19 isolation time. The majority of us aren’t fortunate enough to have home gyms in our garage, much less the equipment we have used in the past. That doesn’t mean we can’t put on […]

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  • Creating Structure to Working from Home

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on March 31, 2020

    Structure is the best single measure of success for those that are bound to working from home. Here are several tips to help organize your day and be productive if “WFH” is new for you. Get Started Early For some, early means 5:30 a.m. For the purpose of this article, early means shortly after you […]

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  • Sticking To Your Meal Plan

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on March 31, 2020

    The food that you eat will be one of the hardest when trying to achieve your fitness goals. Whatever your meal plan—Paleo, vegan, low-carb, high-protein—consistency will be the hardest challenge. However, we all have a tad bit of extra time to plan accordingly. Diets are often overly complicated and make it unrealistic for most people to follow them. […]

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  • Rehabbing The Squat

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on March 30, 2020

    My favorite tools for rehabbing the squat: 1) Decreasing load – this may seem obvious, but some people just think if they aren’t squatting heavy, they aren’t training. We need to be versatile, you need to be able to move for volume and load.   2.) Decreasing depth – forget the hip crease below the knee […]

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  • Restricted Mobility (Travel) and Healthy Eating

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on March 26, 2020

    Restricted Mobility (travel) and Healthy Eating – Getting the Nutrients you need Here we are with our “at home” experiment in St. Louis, with the intend of stopping the spread of a menacing virus. There are many reasons to get down about it, worry about it, and complain about it, but… Right now, we have […]

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  • Ever Thought Walking Could Be Fun?

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on March 25, 2020

    Got Ruck? Make walking fun again! Alright, we are all following social distancing and the greater St. Louis area has the prolonged winter time blues. No gyms! This is a challenge, but it is an opportunity with better weather around the corner to work on improving ourselves. This could be a great way for the […]

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  • Healthy Recipes To Get You Through The Week

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on March 23, 2020

    We understand that being stuck inside and having to cook almost all our own meals is starting to wear on us. Below you will find some yummy, healthy recipes that you can cook up this week. Enjoy. Paleo Chili Note: instead of adding sirloin we really enjoyed adding an additional 1/2 pound of ground beef […]

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  • The WOD has left the Building!

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on March 20, 2020

    March 20, 2020 Over the past 2 weeks, we have done everything in our power to keep our facility disinfected and open for our members. But as COVID-19 has spread in St. Louis, we have a moral and ethical obligation to close the physical building until the “all clear” is given. First and foremost, we […]

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  • CrossFit St. Louis COVID-19 Safety Precautions

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on March 12, 2020

    On March 11, we met with a St. Louis pandemic and infectious disease medical director. He shared information regarding COVID-19 and precautions people should take. First the data… It is not IF, but WHEN COVID-19 will spread in St. Louis If you know or suspect you are infected, stay away from others! 80% of people […]

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  • Intermittent Fasting, Breakfast, and the CrossFit Journal

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on February 8, 2020

    Skipping breakfast may be just what the Dr. ordered I’ve been a lifetime breakfast eater. When I was a kid, my mom would wake us at 6:00 sharp. I still remember laying balled up over a heat vent in the winter waiting for breakfast to be served. It only took a few minutes, but that […]

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  • CrossFit and “Functional Movement”

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on November 18, 2019

    CrossFit surely seems like the most random exercise program out there to the uninitiated person. We run, we lift, we climb, we swing, we push, we pull, we extend. What these movements have in common is that they are “functional“. By functional, we simply mean that what we do in the gym, we need to […]

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  • Counterpoint: The advantages to Weight Training

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on November 3, 2019

    Cardio is king! But there are tremendous advantages to weight training as well. Surprisingly, many of the weightlifting benefits may be psychological. In our last couple of posts, we’ve talked quite a bit about the health benefits of anaerobic and aerobic training. The main point: studies show that these types of training will help maintain […]

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  • I recently was forwarded an Instagram quote from a long-time CrossFit Titan by Cory. We even have pull-up bars in our box that bear his name. Chris Spealler, now entering his 40’s, recently posted the following on Instagram: “I wanted to squat today, so I did. Reality check. My strength has dropped more than anything […]

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  • I believe – “Health in a Box”

    By Todd Seabaugh | In Blog | on October 10, 2019

    I’ve been involved with CrossFit for 10 years now. Two as a member of a St. Louis area box, and 8 more as an owner and coach at CrossFit St. Louis. Those years have brought me on a journey that I had not planned. I have found community. I have found perseverance. I have found […]

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  • December – Spotlight Members of the Month

    By JoAnna Dettmann | In Blog | on December 3, 2018

    JENNIFER KATES -Why do you CrossFit? I like crossfit because it’s always different. I feel like that the workouts challenge me in various ways and I always feel like I accomplished something afterwards.  -Why do you choose CrossFit St. Louis? I like crossfit stl mostly because of the programming and coaching. I think cory does […]

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