In this episode we talk to Quinn Taylor. CrissFitter, Weightlifter, Athlete, and Physiotherapist on injury prevention in sport and CrossFit. Quinn has been a staple in the CrossFit community in Winnipeg and I had to have this guy on. He’s a great wealth of knowledge and an inspiration to talk to. I hope some of […]Read more "#007 Injury Prevention and CrossFit with Quinn Taylor Physiotherapist & Paul Dyck Owner of Starke Strength & Conditioning"
In this episode we talk with Cheryl Zealand about becoming the cranked bar queen. We discuss what it looks like to run a business and integrate family, training, and everything else that life throws your way. I started training this girl fifteen years ago and have worked with her and seen her go through two […]Read more "#006 Getting Cranked With Cheryl Zealand"
I always wonder what new members think as they start out at Starke. Everyone goes through Base Camp a two week six session on boarding process that teaches new athletes the movements required before jumping into regular classes where you find more intensity. In this podcast we sit down with Starke member of six months […]Read more "#005 Intro CrossFit With Sean Livingstone"
For those of you out there who love to lift or are interested in lifting here’s a couple of guys chatting about what makes a good lifter, things to keep in mind with training, and how to progress in weightlifting. Sorry if you’re looking for a magic pill because there isn’t one. Hard work, […]Read more "#004 Weightlifting 101 with Craig Gilbert & Paul Dyck"
In our third podcast owner of Starke CrossFit / Starke Strength & Conditioning Paul Dyck sits down with Alex Paton owner of Shock performance Nutrition in Winnipeg. We could have gone anywhere with this since the topic of nutrition is always so hot but we talked about common issues individuals face with nutritional habits, […]Read more "#003 Talking Nutrition With Alex Paton Owner Of Shock Performance Nutrition"
In our second episode we discuss what happens after a year to a year and a half of consistent training. If athletes are wanting to progress in the sport of fitness or challenge themselves and set new goals it’s time to analyze weaknesses and start spending some more time on limiting them. Spending time on […]Read more "#002 I’ve Been Training For Over A Year, Now What?"
This is the excerpt for your very first post.Read more "#001 Training, Rest, Loading, & Success"