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5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Every Workout

Posted on 28. Jun, 2016 by .

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My career as a CrossFit competitor is over…before it even started. Why? you ask. Because I now have two kids. I didn’t have the kids myself, my wife did. But those two free-loaders are now my responsibility to take care of. There’s no questions that “Dad” is my most important occupation. I’m not trying to […]

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How to Climb a Rope in Under 4 Seconds

Posted on 01. Oct, 2015 by .

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Rope climbs are one of my favorite exercises, and something that we really pride ourselves in doing well at CrossFit Palm Beach.  A few weeks ago, we tested some speed rope climbs with our competitors, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that myself and a few of our other athletes were able to perform […]

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How to Make Gymnastics Grips For CrossFit

Posted on 21. Aug, 2015 by .

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DIY Gymnastics Grips for CrossFit Athletes Using Athletic Tape In the video below, Coach Andrew shows us how to make some of the most comfortable and durable gymnastic grips you can get, out of something you probably already have, athletic tape.  You only need tape, scissors, and a friend to help make these amazing grips. […]

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Move and Feel Better Everyday with this 5 Minute Routine

Posted on 29. Apr, 2015 by .

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It’s easy to get stuck in a routine of missing workouts, sitting at a desk or in a car, or spending way too much time in front of a computer.  But just like brushing your teeth, the simple act of moving your body is something you should be doing every single day.  Once you stop […]

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Express Your Fitness – CrossFit Motivation Video

Posted on 13. Apr, 2015 by .

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How Do You #ExpressYourFitness? CrossFit Motivation Video by Tony Frezza, Owner of CrossFit Palm Beach. Starring our members doing their thing inside, and outside the box. So I ask you… Why do you CrossFit? Is it to get better at CrossFit? 99% of the CrossFit population would answer “No” to that question. We all have […]

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Testing Fitness vs. Testing Sport: The CrossFit Open

Posted on 25. Mar, 2015 by .

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It’s official, CrossFit is a sport. This year, the CrossFit Open has made it clear that they would rather test sport than fitness.  They would rather test skill than heart. If you’ve ever played a sport at a competitive level like high school, college, or professional, you know it takes years to master your craft.  […]

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How to Choose a CrossFit Gym

Posted on 15. Dec, 2014 by .

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You’re finally ready to take the plunge.  You’ve been bombarded by your friend’s posts on Facebook, and it’s not helping that your pants are feeling a bit tighter than normal.  There’s no more putting it off.  It’s time to choose a CrossFit gym and start sipping the CrossFit Kool-Aid. Choosing a CrossFit gym is not […]

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I Wanted to Hate CrossFit…

Posted on 07. Oct, 2013 by .

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First hearing about CrossFit in 2008, I thought it deserved as much respect as the thigh master.  This placed it a step below the Total Gym and just above Fitness Made Simple DVDs (or were those VHS?).  I remember thinking it was just a big fat fad like its millions of counterparts in the health […]

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What Does CrossFit Rx Really Mean?

Posted on 15. Jul, 2013 by .

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In my time coaching and programming in several different CrossFit boxes, I’ve noticed there is some confusion surrounding the CrossFit RX standard and what it means to each and every individual CrossFitter. This confusion, can drastically change the experience of CrossFit for each person. There are definitely Pros and Cons to the majestic CrossFit RX […]

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10 Rules for Losing Those Stubborn Last 10 LBS!

Posted on 20. Sep, 2012 by .

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What is it about the last 10 lbs?  Whether you have lost 200 lbs or 20 lbs, it always seems like the last 10 lbs are the hardest to lose.  When you first start a new diet or exercise program, the weight seems to fly off effortlessly.  At some point though, usually with 5-10 lbs […]

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How to Create a Cheap and Versatile Home Gym

Posted on 13. Sep, 2012 by .

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I have to brag about my friend and roommate, Mike, for a second.  Since January of this year, he has lost close to 30 lbs and is the best shape I have seen him in since college.  Not only that, but during this time he has stopped going to the gym, and pretty much kept […]

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