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  • Billy Kemper – Tavarua, Fiji

    Surfing is different then any other sport in the world, it ain’t there everyday. Everyday changes and thats the one cool thing about mother nature and the ocean is…it will never lose power and you can never really predict it.

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  • Fueling Your HIIT Workout

    What is HIIT? It’s an acronym for high-intensity interval training. Like the name suggests, HIIT is a type of interval training in which short periods of intense exercise are alternated with low-intensity recovery periods. HIIT workouts are gaining popularity, because both scientific evidence and anecdotal results demonstrate that short, intense workouts generate improvements to athletic capacity and conditioning, as well as improved metabolism in very little time.

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  • Endurance with Chris Hinshaw

    Coach Chris Hinshaw has worked with ALL of the best in the sport of fitness on improving endurance and understanding the need for training and developing aerobic capacity. He has taken athletes who were known for having difficulty with run, bike, row, swim or even longer events – and gotten them to the top of the podium. His background as a highly successful professional triathlete has given him a strong foundation for working with countless athletes from various backgrounds.

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  • AMRAP Mentality with Jason Khalipa

    At the 2016 CrossFit Games, former Champion turned successful businessman and creator of Box to Business, Jason Khalipa wanted to give back to the community that has given him so much. Jason has seen mega success in both competition and in running multiple successful private and corporate gyms. In this talk he gave at the Progenex tent, he shares how the mentality and focus that winning the Games requires is not that much different than what is needed to become successful in business.

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  • 200 Miles

    After completing eight, 100 mile trail races, I wondered if I had it in me to do a longer distance. I began to search the ultra world, knowing that the next distance available was 200 miles.

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