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Wednesday 23rd May 2018   Strength – Back Squat 3-3-3-3-3   Conditioning – 3 Rounds for Time 400m Run 19 Hollow Tucks 19 KBS 24/16

There is a community for everyone!

There is a community for everyone! Karli and I own a husky (or does she own us???) called Rosie. She’s an awesome puppy and we knew we wanted a husky years before we got her. Every Saturday night, we take her to hang out with other members of a Whanganui Husky Owners group at the …

Exercise and nutrition go hand in hand.

Exercise and nutrition go hand in hand. At CrossFit Whanganui we know this and have seen the proof many times over, when you eat well and exercise regularly your body thanks you in many ways! When everything is in alignment and you get those two major componenets right, its like you are taking a super …

More is not better. Better is better.

More is not better. Better is better. There seems to be a cycle that many of us fall into along our journey of fitness. We start functional training as a means to be happier and healthier and then as a test of our progress sign up to a local fitness comp.   Having participated in …

The Mask vs Stanley Ipkiss

The Mask vs Stanley Ipkiss   All of us live pretty busy lives, and juggle multiple responsibilities throughout our days. From being a parent and sorting the kids, to being an employee and doing your job, to being a boss and managing your team, or being a martial arts coach and building strong fighters. We …

Put the phone down. Seriously.

Put the phone down. Seriously. Being logged into your digital world can have the same effect on your brain as an addictive drug. Also, while you are plugged in, other far more important things can be neglected like sleep or family. Logging off your phone, turning off the telly or shutting the laptop will help …

My tips to building and maintaining a solid level of mental wellbeing.

My tips to building and maintaining a solid level of mental wellbeing.   Having poor mental wellbeing feels absolutely crap. 1 out of six people in Aotearoa have been diagnosed with a common mental health condition, and many more are undiagnosed. Your ability to maintain a healthy mental wellbeing and your physical performance as an …