September 2020


Check out our Weekly WODs! Programming What’s coming up? Link to join a WOD via Zoom Link to sign-in page to make your class reservations *Note: -Cancellations can be initiated through the class-confirmation email, so make sure to input your email correctly when signing in so you receive said confirmation! -Also, please cancel as early[…]

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Hi Friends, While attending a presentation this weekend I heard something powerful that I want to pass on. We’ve gone from a week and a half of smoky air, into the beginning of rain and colder weather. The smoke kept us inside more than Covid-19 AND isolated us past the normal ‘social distancing’. Rain, wind,[…]

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Hi Folks, With low air quality, the question arises: what can we do when we can’t go outside? There are a few things you can do: 1. Meal Prep: Cooking can be a great hobby and a super helpful fitness tool right now. Poor air quality won’t last forever, so use this time to roast[…]

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Recovery “Recovery” is how ready you are mentally, physically, and emotionally for ‘strain’. Sleep is crucial. Quality is improved by reducing chemicals that inhibit sleep (namely caffeine and alcohol). Nutritionally speaking, sleep is improved by not eating close to bedtime and eating balanced meals that stimulate regulated hormone release. High quality sleep is refreshing both[…]

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Recovery: My Experiences Tracking Sleep and Recovery   Why do we feel great in some workouts, and lousy in others? Some days we feel like race-cars with premium gas in the tank, and then sometimes we feel like jello. When we get nauseous during a WOD we usually chalk it up to an ill timed[…]

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September Gym Updates! King County is still in Phase 2, however updates to how fitness centers and smaller gyms have come to light that allow us to host 6 people per workout (up from 5). So we’re taking steps forward! If you’ve been in the gym this week, you know that we’ve reconfigured our workout[…]

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