With 3 days straight of 90+ degree weather, Massachusetts is officially in a heat wave! Whether you attend the 5am or 7pm class, it is incredibly important to hydrate and be vigilant of any signs of dehydration or heat stroke. Attached are a few words from the American Heart Association regarding the importance of staying
2 large sweet potatoes, cut into “fries” 1/8-1/4 cup olive oil (just enough to coat potatoes) ½ tsp cinnamon ¼ tsp each salt & pepper 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut up sweet potatoes into same size pieces and toss into a gallon ziplock bag. Mix oil with spices in small
Goal Setting One of the most important part of training is setting your goals. There is nothing more satisfying for me personally than to set a goal and crush it! At the Treehouse we review client goals every quarter to ensure each of you stays on track in completing your goals and setting new ones.
It is in our nature to stay comfortable. Never leaving the safe confines of our “safe zone”. Unfortunately, you will never progress in this zone. In life and in training you should always try new things regularly. What have you done outside of your comfort zone?
As you’re well aware, our Treehouse set up is an every other day barbell work / Gymnasty schedule. This is important for proper conditioning and strength training. When it comes to strength training, it certainly doesn’t have to equate to bodybuilding and we know –it’s not just for men! A common misconception is that women
Memorial Day “MURPH” is just a few days away! I wanted to take a moment to discuss who/what “Murph” is and give some details for the big day. “Murph” is one of the classic Hero workouts. Hero workouts are specific WODS that have been created to honor those men and women that have fallen in
Do you struggle to drink enough water each day? Try Coach Carla’s favorite ginger citrus water! It’s super easy and inexpensive to make and will help keep you on track, especially if you are bored with plain water. *Ginger is known to aid with digestion, reduce inflammation and muscle soreness and has powerful antioxidant
Wednesday is a great day to PR your front squat! A front squat requires the barbell to be stabilized across the clavicles and anterior deltoids in a clean grip, with the arms parallel to the floor. Begin your workout with a proper warm up. Start off with joint mobility – specifically, “shoulder dislocates” will help