MarketplaceProduct News
June 14, 2018

Nutrition Challenges Are Here to Stay!

Our first-ever nutrition challenge on SugarWOD has come to a close and it was a success! Twenty gyms registered for the #800gChallenge run by OptimizeMe Nutrition. They reported it was…
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Box Development
June 6, 2018

Why Your Coaches Should Post Their Scores

Just the other day we did a workout at CrossFit Roots that involved toes-to-bar and overhead squats. I coached the workout in the AM and then took group class later…
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Box Development
June 1, 2018

Why Your Coaches Should Take Group Class

I’ll cut straight to the point on this post - your coaches should take group classes. By doing so, your coaches support a healthy gym culture that is built on…
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Product News
May 21, 2018

New Scoring Capabilities

We have great news! You now have access to a broader range of scoring options for your workouts. Some of the new options are pretty core to the system and…
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Box Development
May 17, 2018

Moms in Training: Scaling Tips During Pregnancy & Postpartum

While going through my own pregnancy and postpartum journey, I quickly realized how much information was out there around fitness for expecting and new moms. After furthering my education and…
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Launch
April 23, 2018

Webinar With OptimizeMe Nutrition

Watch the Webinar Recording to Learn More About the #800gChallenge! Check out the recording of the webinar we held with EC Synkowski of OptimizeMe Nutrition and Nicole Christensen of CrossFit Roots to hear them…
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Product News
April 17, 2018

SugarWOD and OptimizeMe Nutrition Partner on Our First Nutrition Challenge!

Driving nutrition habit changes for members requires regular and consistent education and community support. Nutrition challenges can be a great method to facilitate those changes and now that we're in…
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Profiles
April 10, 2018

Crossfit St. Charles—The Healing Power of Fitness

About twenty years ago, Kim Wilkes found herself lying in bed, nursing her low-back pain while reading fitness articles that offered solutions to recovery. She came across an article that…
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Box Development
April 3, 2018

Four Easy Ways Your Staff Can Lead by Example

Whether your staff likes or believes it, the athletes at your gym look to them for guidance and an example of how they should carry themselves inside and outside the…
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Box Development
March 25, 2018

What Should Athletes Record in the Notes Section?

As coaches we want our athletes to log their scores, but really we want them to do so much more than that! In this blog post, we’ll cover four questions…
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Product NewsThe Open
January 31, 2018

A SugarWOD Feature to Support Your CrossFit Open Efforts!

The buzz has caught on at your gym. Folks are signing up for The Open and you’re doing the work behind the scenes to make it a powerful experience for…
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Box DevelopmentThe Open
January 29, 2018

What to do Between Now and the Start of The Open

So you’re going to run The Open at your affiliate, and you’re getting folks to sign-up, now it’s time for the back office to start planning! In the third installment…
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Box DevelopmentThe Open
January 10, 2018

7 Things You Can Do to Get People to Sign-up for The Open

So you’re going to run The Open at your gym. The first thing you need - sign-ups! In this post, we'll describe an approach to encourage athlete sign-ups as well…
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Box DevelopmentThe Open
January 2, 2018

Why and How to Run the CrossFit Open at Your Gym

As many of you are coming off a bit of holiday downtime, I want to take this time to remind you...The Open is coming (cue Game of Thrones music). That’s…
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Product News
December 1, 2017

The New SugarWOD Coach’s Website!

Over the past couple of years, we've been collecting feedback from our customers on ways to make the SugarWOD Coach's Website more useful. We've taken that feedback and created a…
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Box Development
November 28, 2017

Skill Work in the Structure of Group Class

In 2012 I was hired to coach a swim team of 300 kids. Over the course of 3.5 hours, we’d run kids 5-18 through 6 different practices. While structuring the…
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