When I was 5 I used to walk down to the corner with my mother in NYC and take the bus to her job at the World Trade Center.
I never realized how important those buildings were to me until over a decade later I was watching people jump out of them, while they were covered in flames and smoke, from my parent’s 60” box TV.
Being in lockdown from COVID-19, hitting home workouts and missing the gym has taught us much about the way we view each other but one thing will always be true.
It’s not about what Strength discipline you are currently specializing in - it’s about what you can learn from all of the different disciplines and how you can use the pieces to reach your long term goals.
I’m a life long martial artist. I’ve traveled the world, training in many modalities with many sensei. I’ve lived the life story of 10 men, gaining a wealth of life experience and AFTER all of this I decided to join the military to become a member of the special operations community. Sixteen years later and having recently completed a milestone as a team leader, I’m still quite relevant and always known for being a performer. Read More
Almost 2 years have passed since I came close to dying from what would have been the most embarrassing legacy in the history of my family: CrossFit. October of 2012. At the time I was training 6-7 days a week. Read More
Months ago we started receiving Cease & Desist letters from "Reebok CrossFit" for using the word CrossFit on our web site's descriptions, on our about us pages etc. We had never used the word CrossFit on any of our clothing, except T's we had designed for CrossFit Affiliates who had the rights to use the Trademark through their license. None the less it was not our agenda to make sales off the word CrossFit. Read More