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Interview with Tom Davin, CEO of 5.11 Tactical

On a recent business trip to Orlando, Tom Davin stopped by CrossFit Firebase for a mid-afternoon WOD. I was fortunate enough to be able to conduct a quick interview. This is the first time I’ve met Tom and I was thoroughly impressed with how down-to-Earth and how willing he was to share his time…not to […]

How Lance Armstrong Affected My Life and the Heroes You Should Be Rooting For

When I lived in Austin in the summer of 2000 I remember watching Lance Armstrong win the Tour de France, his second of seven, against Jan Ullrich. The entire city was rabid about the Tour and about Lance, because he was their favorite son. The rivalry against Ullrich was a great rivalry and would last […]

Chris Spealler – My First Foray Into Storify

It’s been well over a month since I last blogged and this pisses me off. Admittedly, I haven’t had the inclination to write because I recently changed jobs and the new joint has been siphoning away my creative juices. To get back into it, I decided to try my hand at a sweet social media […]

Totally Epic Interview with Rudy Nielsen

Check out my totally epic interview with Rudy Nielsen, owner of Outlaw CrossFit. Rudy coaches tons of athletes through his site, The Outlaw Way, which is one of the hottest CrossFit training sites on the internetz right now. I tried a handful of the WODs myself and they’re badass. Rudy is a great interview and […]

7 CrossFit Blogs You Should Be Reading

Here are blogs in the CrossFit niche I recommend. These have some combination of good readability, high value content, solid writing style, and a distinct voice, all things I look for in a good blog. Some of these crossover into other subjects, such as Olympic lifting, nutrition, and training in general. This is by no […]

Interview with Jason McCarthy, Founder of GoRuck

I’m totally pumped about this interview…some solid material here. Jason McCarthy is the founder of the GoRuck gear company and the GoRuck Challenge, something I’ve blogged about here and here. I’m a big fan of GRC for many reasons, not the least of which is that it changed my perspective on training and being a […]

Cool Tech Stuff for Training

2010 was a fantastic year for me training and fitness-wise, especially in the second half of the year when I really started to embrace how nutrition plays a dominant role in increasing performance. At age 35, I’m the fittest and strongest I’ve ever been, at least a full level fitter than when I was a […]

Sickest Workout Ever

Try this pukeworthy workout at your own risk. Takes one full hour. Top 3 toughest workouts I’ve ever done at Signature Fitness. 3 Rounds of 100 wall ball shots, 18# – 20# for men run 400M then do 1 round of walking lunges + push press with wall ball, 50m out and back then do […]

Upgrade Your WordPress and Guard Against the Worm!

I recently read on the WordPress blog and other news sources about a worm that is going around and attacking older WordPress blogs (pre-2.8.3). The worm registers itself as a user, exploits a security hole in older versions of WordPress, makes itself an admin, then uses javascript to hide itself while sticking spam and malware […]

Try this Crossfit-style Workout, Takes about 40′

My buddy Rob and I did a Crossfit-style workout on Thursday night that left me good and sore the next day. If you’re looking for a solid workout that doesn’t require much equipment and takes up less than 40′, try this one. We used 25 lbs and 30 lbs dumbbells. We were sweating our heads […]

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