Flannel & Frost Christmas Party

Clear your schedule for the evening of December 15th. Decline all other invitations! You don’t want to miss our annual Christmas Party! This catered event including appetizers, a super yummy paleo dinner, and plenty of entertainment starts at 6:00PM.

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5 Ways You Can Beat the Mid Year Slump

It’s about this time of year many of us begin to lack the same level of motivation we felt in January. Enter the ‘mid-year slump’, a commonly felt feeling of ‘blahness’ (non-technical term) characterized by a lack of motivation to commit to just about anything , meeting your health and fitness goals included.

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Client Stories: Nicolas Chaparro

I’ve now gained the experience and the knowledge of how to do different weight movements and I’ve also learned a lot about myself.

Having a Trainer helping me to push myself do more than what I thought I could do while at same time doing everything right Helps me to get stronger physically, and do much more than I though I would do if I was training alone.

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Why Your Teen Should Do CrossFit

CrossFit can provide every single participant with a host of life lessons, especially your Teen. Through CrossFit, they will learn that hard work breeds success and that sometimes the journey is greater than the actual reward. They will learn to be humble but strong. They will learn that just like WODs, sometimes life gets tough and you just have to tough it out.

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How To Do a Barbell Row

The barbell row targets your upper back muscles—your middle and lower traps, your rhomboids, and the stabilizer muscles in the back of your shoulders—helping to pull your shoulders back. When there is a strength imbalance between your chest and your back, your shoulders will hunch forward.

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Fitness should be fun!

You already know that staying fit is good for you. Exercise lowers the risk of heart disease, may help prevent certain types of cancer, lowers your risk of osteoporosis, prevents weight-gain and type 2 diabetes, helps you sleep better, and improves muscle and lung function. It can help lower anxiety and prevent depression, too. Working out also releases endorphins, our bodies’ stress-fighters, leaving us feeling at ease, research suggests. In other words, working out can actually feel good—and even be fun.

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