by Ben Buhrow I use the term athlete more sparingly than most when it comes to the CF community. The reason being that I think CF as a sport has made a major split from CF as a training methodology and it needs to be recognized. There is a substantial difference in training volume and […]
Accomplishing elite levels of strength, health, and wellness, is an extension of our compassion for life. Our lifestyle requires physical effort beyond our normal capacity, furthermore is the use of proper nutrition, rest, and mental well being. None of these require the destruction of animals . As a collective (PlantBuilt) we live, train, compete, and educate in our communities, showing the success of compassionate Veganism.
by Zackery Bickford I didn’t even know about wrestling until my younger brother did one school season of wrestling. After I saw my brother wrestle I told my parents I wanted to try as well so I started wrestling in the spring of 2004. Freestyle wrestling was the style I started with, and for anyone […]
by Christian Garcia Last year was my first year ever competing in bodybuilding. I was new to the sport. Everything was foreign to me. It was slightly overwhelming. But this past off-season, and now on-season, has been different so far. Although I gained more fluff than anticipated this past off-season, I have trusted the system […]
By Sara Lee Language and history GS stands for “Girevoy Sport,” and is better known as “Kettlebell Sport” in the US. “Girevoy” means “kettlebell” in Russian. Related words are “girya” referring to the bell, and “girevik” referring to the lifter. GS has its origins in the Russian marketplace where the bells were used as weights […]
by Kody Kowalowski Until recently, many people didn’t know I was vegan. My wife and I were always quiet about it until someone wanted to make us a meal. We never wanted to come off as those vegans who were difficult to deal with and preachy. Part of it was because we are still fairly […]