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CHALLENGE of the week: Stability Ball Rack Chins by @msflorendo. Don’t be fooled - it’s much harder than it looks! This is a great exercise to build strength and tone your arms and back while working your core. Body weight exercises are a MUST in your workout regimen - they show you how really strong you are. ✳ HOW TO: (1) Grab a stability ball and get under a Smith Machine rack. (2) Grab the bar overhand (or underhand) and place 1 foot on the ball. When you have your balance, pl

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On Being Strong: How CrossFit Ended My War With My Body

If you think 20 seconds goes by have never done a Tabata.

Learn how to triumph the pull-up bar in just three short weeks! Everyone can do a pull-up, with just a little knowledge and motivation (and some hard work too).

I Want to… Do a Pull-Up!

not matter how many mistakes or how slow your progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn't trying.

24 Fitness Mantras More Motivating Than Tony Horton on Crack

Time to stop talking about getting in shape and actually GETTING IN SHAPE! Next goal: run an entire 5K

25 Essential Tips That Will Make You a Better Runner

Eating Clean, Flexible Dieting, IIFYM and Reverse Dieting! This article may save you from quitting your fitness journey as well as take you to that next level!!!! Don't be afraid to take a step back to look at the bigger picture...

What Is Reverse Dieting?

The Overhead Squat Is a Punk: Advice From Experts on How to Make It Better

4 steps to get a better butt ~ losing weight and fitness...ok I still can't fully squat-but I will modify this!!!

My new motto! I may not be the strongest or the fastest but I'm doing it. And that's more than most can say. And who knows, maybe if I work hard enough one day I will be able to be the best

Kipping MUSCLE UP Progression ✳HIPS are very important in a kipping muscle up....I will do this one day. #crossfit

I have pinned charts like this before, but this one trumps them all: I love the bars across the bottom which illustrate at a glance the difference between the various lifts.