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Waiting for that perfect moment

Many of us wait for the “perfect time” to get our health, nutrition, and fitness back on track. But this approach rarely gets us the results we hope for…. More than often it gets us rather nothing at all.   Did you ever feel you were putting off that dream trip, or a new project, or that skill you’ve been…

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My experience after 2 months of Individual Programme design

Some of you might know about it and some of you might already have participated, but on top of the daily classes provided by CrossFit B3F, Peter also offers an individual programme for our members. As its name indicates, it is an individual tailored 6 month programme, where together with Peter you concentrate on working towards your specific goals….

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The 24 Hour Murph Challenge. Final wrap up

It’s been almost 2 months since I completed (with all of your help) the 24 hour Murph challenge and I’ve been wanting to share with you a couple of things with the community.   First of all and most importantly the final amount of funds we’ve managed to raise for Operation Bobbi Bear. As you know our goal was…

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Body types and nutrition

In general the three different body types are: ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph (or ‘I’, ‘V’ and ‘O’ types). And each of those has their own typical characteristics that can help you determine which body type you have. In this post we’ll tell you a little bit more about what to eat according to your body type. The I-type or…

Author: Peter Koopmans

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THE 24 HOUR MURPH CHALLENGE: UPDATE 3

It’s 25 October and we are getting closer and closer to the event. The puzzles of the pieces are starting slowly to fall in place and the preparation around the logistics for the World AIDS Day challenge are bit by bit coming along. How’s the training going? Training has in some ways intensified, doing multiple Murphs in a row…

Author: Peter Koopmans

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Resisting aging

The focus of the ‘fitness’ industry the past couple of years has been on higher intensity, toned models and quick wins. Intensity masked as functionality and ‘sport’ has been packaged and sold as a suitable daily training regimen for the general population. But is it really? Looking at our population we are working with in CrossFit B3F, the reality…

Author: Peter Koopmans

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