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What’s your ‘why’?

So many times I get asked “Why did you open a gym? What are the benefits?”  For me, that question is easy to answer because I know my why. You see, I love what I do!   Watching people walk in for the first time, scared,

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What we see

Early one morning, I observed an athlete walk into the gym and instantly could tell something was off. They walked in like the weight of the world was on their shoulders. You see this athlete normally walks in excited, with a little bounce in their

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Unplug

Recently I had the chance to get away, which doesn’t happen very often, and found myself alone. I took this opportunity to unplug from everything – phone, TV, Facebook, etc. I will admit, at first it was kind of awkward.  What would I do with

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Why we cheer

“Why do we cheer during workouts?” Every day, we have hundreds of people who walk through our doors at CrossFit Plainfield from all walks of life.  Teachers, doctors, nurses, grandmothers, students, stay-at-home moms and dads, law enforcement officers, firemen, etc.  We all have a few

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Sleep

“SLEEP! We all know it’s important, yet we find ourselves struggling to get enough. Lack of sleep can hinder skill-based tasks and workouts, increase risk of illness and injury, ramp up the inflammatory stress hormone cortisol (which is responsible for abdominal fat storage), and more.

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Asking for Help

I’m going to talk to you about my mistakes personally because remember that’s how we get better. I have had a lot of ups and downs in 2018 in the area of health and wellness. At the beginning of 2018, I was probably at one

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Workout tips from Coach Colleen

Working out during difficult times With all the changes in the world lately, some of us are finding it harder and harder to make it to the gym on a consistent basis. Rest assured there are things you can do at home or even on

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Fear

It’s a dirty little word that no one wants to talk about because it makes us feel weak and vulnerable. Psychology Today describes fear as: “a vital response to physical and emotional danger — if we didn’t feel it, we couldn’t protect ourselves from legitimate

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