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Eating Seasonally

Eating Seasonally

Eating seasonally is a great way to mix up your meals with fresh, in-season produce. Seasonal produce is purchased and consumed shortly after it has been harvested, and therefore when it is most nutritious. Even better, seasonal produce that is produced/purchased...

What It Takes To Be A Coach

What It Takes To Be A Coach

I truly believe coaching is an art form. It’s not solely sets, reps and weight on the bar, there’s a personal connection. Coaching involves being able to connect with each person in every class.  In CrossFit, there are many different people in a class all with...

Rediscovering CrossFit

Rediscovering CrossFit

I’m no different than you.  I become impatient, I allow myself to get distracted, I distract myself, I look for the new shiny thing when the shine has worn off the last new shiny thing… If you’ve fallen off the CrossFit wagon for whatever reason and think it’s too...

CrossFit Icehouse → Icehouse Fit

CrossFit Icehouse → Icehouse Fit

As you may have seen, we recently started shifting the name of our gym from CrossFit Icehouse over to Icehouse Fit. “Why?” We love Icehouse! We love the name, it truly feels like us! But as we have grown, we have added so many other programs to our gym such as...

The Origin of CrossFit

The Origin of CrossFit

If you’re like me, or you know a CrossFitter, we eat, breath, and sleep CrossFit.  CrossFit had me hooked from my first workout in 2010 at CrossFit St. Paul.  I had heard about CrossFit from my friends and finally had my chance to try it on a snowy February day.  At...

Super G: Origin Story

Super G: Origin Story

Every hero has a beginning That beginning is where they make the decision to take up the mantle of a hero, and take the sacred oath that states: with great power, comes great responsibility! As is true with most heroes, this story has a humble start and the desire to...

How to Measure Progress

How to Measure Progress

When you first start CrossFit, it is easy to see progress in the gym. Every day you have a new movement, a new chance to set a PR. After a year, or two, or three, it can be much harder to see progress from day to day. Here are a few ways we can measure progress. 

Crushing Goals Together #FITFAM

Crushing Goals Together #FITFAM

One of the greatest joys that I have experienced as a result of my own fitness journey, and at times obsession, is the influence it has had on my family as a whole. Reasons families that workout together CRUSH together: When your family takes part in fitness the...