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What I’ve noticed since I started taking Origins: jogging endurance

I’ve been taking Origins for about 4 months now, and I’ve started to notice a few things, both mental and physical. One of the first things I noticed has to do with fitness. I’m an avid jogger, and every year… Continue Reading →

Why Increasing Mitochondria Improves Training

What Are Mitochondria and Why Should Any Of Us Care? Anyone involved in a physical activity that requires the use of skeletal muscle has, or at least should have, some interest in where the energy needed by skeletal muscle actually… Continue Reading →

The Science of CNS Fatigue

By Loren Bertocci, PhD I have just fielded several questions about central (aka Central Nervous System, or “CNS”) fatigue. So, I thought I would take a stab at demystifying this concept. Apologies in advance if any of this seems to presume… Continue Reading →

The wisdom of adding onion rings at the salad bar

Once or twice a week, I grab a salad for lunch. It’s usually an odd assortment: A bed of spinach, then a supporting cast of green olives, diced onions, garbanzo beans, celery, broccoli crowns, pineapple, sunflower seeds, peas, diced egg,… Continue Reading →

The CrossFit Open. What it is. What it isn’t. What it should be.

By Billy Goodson I’ll try to be brief. I’m sure blogs on and about the open are as thick as fleas on a hound dog right now. This will be open number 6 for me. The 1st, I was a… Continue Reading →

Lactate and Lactic Acidosis: The Science

by Loren Bertocci, Ph.D I get many questions about lactic acid (lactate) and “lactic acidosis,” so I thought I would provide a bit of information to help everyone out there understand what it is, where it comes from, and what… Continue Reading →

One tip that might change the way you think about jogging or exercise

When my daughter ran cross country in high school, she occasionally wore a T-shirt that says, “My sports is your sport’s punishment.” I offer that up as a way of saying I understand that a LOT of people do not… Continue Reading →

Training volume for masters crossfit

By Del Lafountain I have been competing as a Masters athlete for 7 years now. It’s crazy the way the training has changed over the years. I feel it’s improved drastically but still has a ways to go. I have… Continue Reading →

The colonoscopy: You’ll never drink to your health quite like this

The colonoscopy: You’ll never drink to your health quite like this  Do you know what diverticulosis is? It’s an inflammation of the small pouches in the digestive tract. I know what it is now because I have a little bit… Continue Reading →

Potential Knows No Age and the Iron Has No Prejudice

I want to tell you about my journey over the last 3 years. This is a personal account that may or may not inspire others to begin a similar journey. All my life I have been active. I was an… Continue Reading →

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