"All human beings should be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves." Dr. Kelly Starrett

Joey ScafidiUncategorized0 Comments

So, Bara and I are back from the mobility course in Nuremberg and we’re ready to turn you all into supple leopards! We’ve done some mobility in the past but it has always been too infrequent to really make any change.  The first rule that we learned when programming mobility is that it needs to be done, EVERY DAY!  Yep.  Every day. A concept that was talked about that hit home for me, was the concept of Play and Work. We were asked what we considered to be play during a normal CrossFit session.  There was a lot of silence.  The correct answer is the workout itself.  What?  That’s play?  We CrossFitters have a sick sense of what is fun.  Well, if the workout is play then what is work?  Work is the warmup, mobility, technique work, skill work….All of those things that most people would rather not do. What’s the old saying?  “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” or something like that.  Well, all play and no work might make Jack a pretty fun boy he’ll also be pretty poor. If we work to make money and when we play we spend money then never … Read More