We mix it up from day to day, but most workouts of the day (WODs) at Axistence have certain components in common.
The Deal with Nutrients and Toxins
by Ryan Humphries, Co-Founder & Coach
If you’re a member, you’ve likely noticed that I’ve been writing a weekly nutrition tip on the whiteboard. You've also likely heard me talk about how a "nutrient dense and toxin free" diet is the way to go.
Training to Hike a Colorado 14er
by Garrett Sylvester, Head Coach and Program Director
Our beloved Rocky Mountain state has 52 fourtneers (54 depending who you ask) - that's more than fifty 14,000 foot high mountains in Colorado ready to climb, each of which reward you with a kick-ass workout and unforgettable views.
FITT Denver - a site dedicated to connecting people with outdoor, health & fitness gems in our city - featured Axistence Athletics on its story:
WHERE TO WOD: 14 DENVER CROSSFIT SPOTS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Contributor Christina Muccio writes, "This Glendale CrossFit gym is rated for its stellar coaching on anatomy and nutrition, specialized functional fitness classes like “how to climb a 14er”, and promotes you getting moving in your everyday life."
And on what makes us unique: "This all gives your typical CrossFit WOD a twist to help train for just about any outdoor, Denver-y activity."
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
While you're checking out the story, take a look around Fitt Denver. The site features stories on places you should know like great lunch spots, (we love the Poke trend), and off-the-path swimming holes.
Turkish Getup Technique Tips
GET UP (get on up): Coach Ryan shows us how to do a Turkish Getup without killing our knees.
The Turkish Getup is a phenomenal exercise to develop shoulder stability, hip mobility and overall core strength.
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