Specialists Suck

Met a trainer the other day bragging to me about being trained by

All these specialist in Kettlebells

He swears by them and pretty much designed all his workouts

Around these heavy bell shaped structures

I mentioned Crossfit and he was all

Up in arms talking about how terrible it

Is for the body and how he advises his clients

Not to do it.


I thought to myself

This guy is a real ASSHOLE

How do you go about preaching fitness to people

Meanwhile discouraging them from practicing

Training methods that are clearly proven.

You gotta be kidding me!

As a fitness professional, I’m only appalled by two things



You see the problem here is that he’s a


A specialist is great if you have a particular issue,

But you can’t expect to solve a complicated

Issue like healthy living with an overly simplified answer like Kettlebells.


He didn’t have the wherewithal to take action

To find out what made this program successful

Even while complaining about how many clients he’s losing.

Results take shits on opinions and his already stunk

Here comes some undeniable proof right here muchacho.

Try 9 years and over 60,000 hours of training.

Hundreds if not thousands of pounds collectively lost.

And member after member raving about my fitness program as well

As my small group training sessions. 

I do it all and encourage everyone to do the same

If you want to join a fitness program that SPECIALIZES in constant varied movement

While also taking into account form and function

Take action and click this link to get daily health and fitness tips delivered to your inbox:

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Jerry “Expanded Horizons” Washington


P.S. Nothing to add today, but cheers for checking



CrossFit Kills


Oh boy do I have one for you today.

This one ain’t for the faint of heart, so mom…

You should probably stop reading now.


Ok, is she gone??




Fuck! I hurt!


Just kidding. Actually I feel pretty good (shout out to my chiro Dr. Roberts), but what hurts is my ego.

I did a crossfit workout with some women who were at the least

15 years older than me and I was throughly



Ok, ok, ok…


Those of you who know me, have known me to say that CrossFit sucks

That it has little to no value and that it is an abomination to training.


Well, Sherlock Bromes, I change my mind.

I’m allowed to do that, I’m human right?


Anyhoo, as I was saying, I did an actual all out CrossFit workout

For the first time the other day.

I admit, I walked in there with those ladies and said to myself

“Ok, try not to look toooo good”

But man, let me tell ya. I was eating some serious crow after the first half hour.


I started with the warm-up which I knew would be easy, then we went on to

A conditioning part, which I had later found out was NOT the actual workout

But an extension of the warm-up so to speak.


At the end of the day I ended up cursing more times than I would like to admit

Throwing my hat on the ground

And laying face up in a pool of my own sweat with my body bouncing off the ground

Because my ass muscles wouldn’t stop twitching.


It was at that moment that I realized that I was being the biggest wuss on earth.


You see, life is all about challenges.

If you go through life without challenges, you simply are not living my friend.

You want challenges

You need challenges to grow and become more than what you are now.


But too often, we run from challenges

Hiding out and sedating with television and booze.

The challenges still awaiting, but nevertheless you ignore them.


I get it, because I’ve been there.

I ran from the challenge of CrossFit

I was comfortable with what I already knew with boot camps and TRX.

CrossFit is really just another variation of what I already do, however it’s different.


It offers you the added intensity of time.

And when done correctly, it can be a life changing experience.


Kinda like in your everyday life.


When you accept challenges, before you even take action

A biological change happens within your body.


You literally begin to adapt to the change that your mind is preparing you for.

It’s like you have a psychic body (great title for an email)


So if you want to start getting your “psychic body” prepared for your next step in life

Then discover the power to accept challenges and get your mind and body

On the same page to get past any obstacle (sometimes even in a pool of sweat)



Jerry “I’m going back” Washington


P.S. Yes, I will be going back for more. I always love challenges, especially when I can see how they can benefit me. I see a lot of people however, that sometimes go through challenges that they didn’t need to experience. It’s sometimes frustrating for both me and my clients to see them experience downfalls that they could have prevented. If you’d like to join the conversation, check out my private Facebook group here: Project SELFFY  till then…