CrossFit and life is tedious, repetitive, frustrating and painful but along the way you come out a whole lot stronger. Read about my CrossFit Journey and how it played an instrumental role this year to overcome challenges.
Sometimes chasing someone gives us a benchmark to work towards and provides ammunition to work harder or do better. But most of the time it kills our potential.
Simply put, by comparing your performance to someone else undermines your hard work and accomplishments.
After 8 months and 3 competitions, I’m seeing some major gains in CrossFit—physically and mentally.
Prior to CrossFit, I worked out to maintain an ideal size. Read how CrossFit has helped me respect my body because of what it can do, not by how it looks.
What does an independent woman in 2015 look like? The amazing thing is there is no prototype. Being a strong, independent woman is a state of mind, not a state of being. She looks and acts any way she wants. Here are 5 characteristics of a strong, independent woman.
Whether it’s life, love or work there are certain times when we feel that we’re not good enough. It will make you feel alienated, insecure, self-conscious and sad.
To your friends, family and co-workers you’re better than just okay— you’re fantastic! Here are five things you can do to make those thoughts go away.