Greg Walsh’s Brutal Strength of Mind

The Wolf Brigade gym owner stays true to himself, his craft, and the pursuit of a higher mindset in training.

Greg Walsh is a sincere man. He looks like he could tear your head off with his bare hands and grind your bones into dust, but he couldn't be a nicer, warmer, more unassuming guy in person….

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Body Transformation Programs Are a Sham

We crave quick results and quick fixes. It sells and it sells very well, in fact. But does it equip you with skills you can apply for the rest of your life?
So, you’re looking to transform your physique. You’ve been Googling personal trainers in your local area as well as body transformation photos and success stories….

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Draw Your Line in the Sand

We must not allow our hunt for aesthetic perfection drive us away from what is healthy, to the desolate wastelands of the unwell.
Be a Lenny Skutnik.
On January 26, 1982, Lenny Skutnik sat in the Presidential Gallery, next to the First Lady during the Inaugural Address, receiving a standing ovation.
Who was Lenny Skutnik?
Washington National Airport: Two weeks…

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The Tao of Eating – One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Avoid the common misconception of applying universal diet plans to individualized nutrition.

J, who I commonly use as my guinea pig in the gym is a vegetarian. He originally was, like me, an omnivore. Culture playing a large role in dietary choice, the West Indies provided fertile ground for a wide variety of foods; animal and plant…

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Greg Glassman Wants to Shake Up CrossFit’s Competitive Nature

CrossFit affiliates have been at the forefront of the explosion in indie gyms around the world. Are they in for shock or awe? Maybe both?
Although I think there is definite credibility in the article, How Greg Glassman is Reshaping the CrossFit Games by Justin Lofranco, I reserve judgment because there are too many unknowns.  Essentially, according to…

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Youth, You Must Earn the Right to Lift Heavy

Youth athletes have plenty of time to load up the bar; don’t set them up for future failure by loading an improper movement pattern.

“But I can lift way more than this, coach!” I have heard this phrase more times than I can count while coaching 8-14-year-olds in small and large group settings. Every single youth athlete,…

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