Member Monday: Mike Kwasny
Sore Series, Part 1: How sore is too sore?
It is a common joke among the CrossFit crowd -- some body part or muscle is always sore. Whether it be legs from squats, arms from pull ups or chest from push ups, functional movements in hypertrophy ranges break down muscle to build it up. Soreness is the bi-product of…
Welcome Ashley and Sam!
Welcome Ashley and Sam to the Badger CrossFit Coaching Staff. One thing we have always prided ourselves on is our coaches. Coaches that not only care, but who have the values that fulfill our mission and vision of making Milwaukee the most healthy and fit individuals using CrossFit methodology. Our…
September Committed Club (2018)
The start of the school year and getting back into the swing of things post-summer vacations makes it tough for most to get into the gym, however there is still one member making fitness a priority! It is time to announce our Committed Club member for this month! Congratulation to…
Member Monday: Julie Lochmann
5 ways to get more protein during your nutrition challenge
As we take up the challenge of elimination or balanced dieting (Badger is going through right now with the help of Lifestyle Nutrition), it can be exhausting coming up with food alternatives that meet the criteria -- no added sugar, gluten free, dairy free. And perhaps the biggest challenge is…
Member Monday: Ryan Ford
Four ways you need to use SugarWOD
SugarWOD -- our virtual whiteboard -- is THE go-to app to sneak-peek WODs, record scores and to engage with other Badger athletes in the name of fitness. But are you making the most of your entries? Here are four ways to boost your SugarWOD experience: 1. Make notes: In the…
Mobility begins with the foam roller
Has a coach ever labeled you as tight -- tight ankles, tight hips, tight shoulders? Before jumping into PT or going to get a sports massage, consider the simple foam roller. Also, aiding in blood circulation and preventing acid build-up, foam rolling is essential to increased mobility. How? We all…
Member Monday: Courtney DeSorbo