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Working Out While Traveling: A Step By Step Guide: By Head Coach Paul Roller

That busy time of year is upon us. Parties, family gatherings, religious events and the like are all on the menu for most of us this holiday season. It’s also the time where traveling and getting out of our normal… Read more »

Why You Should Be Using an Individualized Nutrition Program

Intro How many diets have you tried but failed at achieving your goal? Did you achieve the goal but backtrack afterwards? And my last question is… did you have a nutrition coach during that process? If not, I have some… Read more »

Article Feature: A Google Executive Does Cartwheels By Jen Murphy

Kari Clark’s routine mixes CrossFit with gymnastics; How the 39-year-old got serious about working out… at CFO! Check it out! https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-google-executive-does-cartwheels-1501930802

Training for Strength vs. Low vs. High Intensity Cardiovascular Exercise

Intro So you made the leap of signing up for a gym membership. You know you want to become more “fit”, but you may not know exactly what your goals are or what classes to take to achieve those goals…. Read more »

Why Do We Squat Everyday? Muscle Fibers and Movement Patterns

Brooklyn Personal Trainer - Williamsburg, East Williamsburg, Clinton Hill

Introduction Being the one who programs the workouts for Outbreak, I am bombarded daily with questions/complaints that sound like “Why are we squatting again today? We did 150 Wall Balls yesterday.” Well, the purpose of this blog is to tell… Read more »

Mobility and Stability: What Are They and Why Do We Care? Part 1

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Introduction Every day at CFO, you hear the words mobility and stability uttered by your coaches and peers, but what exactly do we mean? Well, look no further my friends, I am here to give a somewhat simple explanation of… Read more »