Laziness probably stems from a feeling of incompetence in whatever you’re doing – fitness, school, work, etc. The key is to take baby steps toward becoming more competent. Starting out you develop conscious incompetence. In due time you become consciously competent at the task. Finally, you become so good, your competence is unconscious. Your motivation stems from your progress through each stage of competence.
Will we be seeing Functional Medicine clinics in our CF boxes in the future? Will these low-overhead, micro-practices improve primary care across the country? Found this podcast interesting as a nurse.
This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we welcome Brian Mulvaney, Director of Strategy at CrossFit. If you’ve been part of our community for awhile, you know that we’re working towards helping create 100k micropractices. Our plan for micropractices very much mirrors the Crossfit strategy – reduce the overhead, empower individuals to become entrepreneurs.
Source: What Functional Medicine can Learn from Crossfit – Functional Forum
Love the propane tank swing.
Their mobility is a thing of beauty…
Beauty is defined by one’s functional capacity.
An interesting read of what the original CrossFit box was like back in 2001 from the Morning Chalk Up – check out there newsletter
It was December of 2001. Greg Amundson pulled up to a 12-foot-tall garage door with small glass windows and thought, something must not be right. It was 5:45 AM, still dark outside and the pounding of weights vibrated across the pavement. A man named Greg Glassman introduced himself. “Glad you made it! You can call me Coach,” Amundson remembers…
Source: The Original CrossFit Box: Then and Now | Morning Chalk Up
Another reason to not skip running altogether. If you need a program to follow, go with Aerobic Capacity by Chris Hinshaw.
Source: Running triggers production of a molecule that repairs the brain in animal models — ScienceDaily