The 2016 CrossFit Games were an exciting time for CrossFit Kinnick. We’ve had time to reflect on all of the ups and the downs that come with prepping for such a big event, and, while this year brought new/different elements to a typical CFK season, it was still just as exciting!
We all have aesthetic and performance goals. Often these are the goals that drive our daily actions and commitments. But, whether we realize it in the moment or not, human beings also have an innate desire to live long, fulfilling lives. It is a goal we all share. It is embedded in ou
Beyond excited for what this week has in store. All my hard work and preparation will soon pay off! #itsgametime @reebok @crossfitgames #crossfitgames #kinnick #dow147 A photo posted by Tori Dow (@tori_dow) on Jul 17, 2016 at 1:56pm PDT Our very own Tori Dow, CrossFit Games Teens 14-1
Do you sit a lot for work? Do you have a long commute to work via train or car? Maybe you do a lot of flying? Odds are you, like most Americans, spend a good portion of your days sitting. How is it then that something so seemingly necessary to our lives could also be so harmful? In Ke
CrossFit.com linked to an article last week entitled The Greek Hero At The Gym. It gave a really cool history lesson on the development of the culture of fitness. The authors describes the new trend towards using intense workouts to develop both mind and body as a throwback to the day