In my first 2 years after I graduated from chiropractic college, I accumulated around 200 hours worth of continuing education credits. Still, to this day, I suffer from an unreasonable need to learn everything, from everyone, all the time. Maybe it is rooted in some form of clinician-level insecurity; I don’t know. Maybe it’s because […]
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Part Three: CrossFit in an Ideal World What an ideal CrossFit would look like while still flying the CrossFit flag Part 1: In Defense of CrossFit Part 2: Admitting the Faults with CrossFit First off, as you know, I am fallible. Because I said it was good does not make it so. Because I said […]
Part 2: Admitting the Faults with CrossFit The Other Side of a Reasonable Discussion If you haven’t read Part 1: In Defense of CrossFit, please do so before tackling this one. This is meant to be reasonable, so Part 1 needs to be read in order to maintain balance here. Let’s begin… Sometimes, when we […]