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October 2018

Lets Master the Inverted!!!


CrossFit Shatter wants YOU to know   Some Handstand Tips   Handstands, handstand pushups - Everyone wants to get them, and so can you! Take a minute, read through these tips, and if you have an extra minute, read the great article from the CrossFit Journal for more ways to develop your handstand.   FIGHT [...]

Lets Master the Inverted!!!2018-10-17T11:31:07+00:00

May 2018

Training/Wellness when Old-AF


Older Athletes- Use it or Lose it   Whether you just reached the Master’s category or you’ve been considered “seasoned” for a while now, it’s possible that you’ve experienced some shifts to your overall wellness and have had to make some changes to your approach to training and recovery as a result. CrossFit measures health [...]

Training/Wellness when Old-AF2018-05-11T21:22:26+00:00

Mo’ Volume = Mo’ Better???


Volume- When and How to Add to Your Training by Seamus Keating, CrossFit Shatter Coach As CrossFit evolves, we see many people seriously upping the volume of their workouts. Many professional CrossFitters are working out 6 hours a day, five or six days a week. These athletes have rest days and warm-ups that include weights [...]

Mo’ Volume = Mo’ Better???2018-05-04T11:36:49+00:00

April 2018



SLEEP Such a simple little word. Sleep. As adults, we take this little, five letter word for granted. When was the last time you got a solid, uninterrupted 8 hours of sleep? I see you over there, wishing you still had nap-time! Getting enough sleep is super important. Catching those Z’s will decrease your risk [...]

4 THINGS TO BECOME A HEALTHIER HUMAN2018-04-23T08:56:06+00:00

2018 Open Recap


The 2018 CrossFit Open Season has come to a close! We made it! We survived!! CrossFit Shatter had a record number of participants at Shatter this year with just shy of 80 athletes!! Some incredible things happened for the Shattersphere: -Almost a dozen members took on The Open for the first time- some were fresh [...]

2018 Open Recap2018-05-11T21:23:46+00:00

March 2018

The Art of Recovery: 5 essential aspects of recovery that will help you keep the gains you’ve worked so hard to get.


Imagine your body as a vehicle, a Lamborghini, if you will. What do you suppose would happen if you raced such a fine machine, at its maximum output, on a daily basis? Then, imagine you raced that baby at Mach 10, every day, without ever turning it off or refueling it. How long do you [...]

The Art of Recovery: 5 essential aspects of recovery that will help you keep the gains you’ve worked so hard to get.2018-03-25T08:18:30+00:00

February 2018

Injuries: Setbacks or Opportunities?


  Most people connect the word “injury” with a negative connotation of pain, setback, and having done something “wrong.” However, that isn’t necessarily the case, and injuries can bring about some of the most beneficial and exciting shifts in your training at any level. To injure is to do damage, and if we’re honest about [...]

Injuries: Setbacks or Opportunities?2018-02-20T07:36:10+00:00


Did you catch any of the CrossFit Games on CBS Sports last year? How about the Summer Olympics (beach volleyball anyone?!)? NBA game? MLB game? Watch any sports lately? How about competitions… been to any of those? Did you notice how many athletes were sporting kinesiology tape? KT Tape or RockTape are the well-known brands, [...]


#2018BeMoreResilient: How to stop thinking you’re stuck and start seeing results


“I’ve been doing CrossFit for 3 years, and I still don’t have (insert movement of choice here).” "I come to the gym 3-4 days a week, but i'm not getting better at..." We hear it all the time. First, the seemingly confused statement about what it is that an athlete isn’t able to do yet, [...]

#2018BeMoreResilient: How to stop thinking you’re stuck and start seeing results2018-02-01T21:38:34+00:00

January 2018

What’s the purpose?


  The workouts have a purpose!!! Some are meant to be sprints, some are meant to be hard and heavy, and others are longer and meant to be paced. The workouts have a purpose!!! Every class has the person that: Always goes too heavy, insists on attempting a skill movement when their max is three [...]

What’s the purpose?2018-01-17T15:29:02+00:00