Mastering the Art of Showing Up

Consistency is important for making progress. Many of us have heard the saying “90% of life is showing up.” This applies to your workouts too. If you’re in the habit of skipping your workouts each week, you’re limiting your progress and potential. Being consistent is not about being perfect. Research shows that missing a single […]

The Ups & Downs of Floor Press

Why do we Floor Press? Like the bench press, the floor press is a pure upper body movement. When you floor press, you are not able to drive your legs like you can on the bench press. This forces you to use maximum effort on the upper body muscles, mainly the pectorals, triceps and shoulders. […]

Your Mental Game

Your Mental Game Genna Smith and I recently attended a Sport Phycology Seminar, presented by Mike Caruso, Pro-Strongman competitor.  Here are the ‘knowledge nuggets’ from that seminar. The brain is a muscle – if you work this muscle it will improve and grow. Tommy Kono, an American Weightlifter, developed a model to successful weightlifting, where […]

Benefits of Hydration

Water is the cornerstone of life. We can’t live too long without, and it’s the one thing we all think about during grueling workouts. But even with its heavy importance, many people find themselves suffering the effects of dehydration. The effects can range from muscle cramps, light-headedness, dizzy spells, hindered performance, and low energy. Something […]

What all Worthy-ers need to know

Let’s review the ground rules. Your coaches will do their best to remind you of these simple things as well. If athletes cannot make the class time they are reserved for, canceling of reservation is a must. All athletes need to be relatively warmed up by the start time of your class. Warm up using […]