• Brute Strength and FitHive are excited to announce a collaboration that will bring some of the world’s best programming companies to one of the fastest-growing gym management software systems. Gym owners that use FitHive will have access to the Brute Strength gym programming at a click of a button. (WOD Calendar, Live Programming, Monthly PDF Access, Leaderboard Integrations, Max/PR Tracking, Workout Notes) This collaborative gym program will still be available to gyms outside the FitHive community via a PDF download. 

    “Up to this point, our sole focus has been on helping thousands of individuals look and perform better and have helped hundreds of athletes reach the CrossFit Games. We’ve considered programming for gyms in the past, but it never completely lined up with our business model until now. With FitHive, you already have all the tools and resources for a gym to be successful, so it made a lot of sense to partner with them to deliver the program for us. Our team of world-class coaches can do what they do best, create amazing programming, and FitHive will provide the rest,” said Matt Bruce, Founder, CEO, and Head of Olympic Weightlifting Coach at Brute Strength. 

    FitHive launched in 2018, and its goal from the beginning was to help gyms simplify their business by bringing multiple software into one complete solution. Joe Hazah, the Co-Founder of FitHive added, “Our goal at FitHive isn’t to only offer software that helps gyms; it’s to be a complete solution. With every partner we add, we’re giving gyms the tools to be more successful all in one place. Brute Strength was a no-brainer for us because they’ve been around for a long time and honestly have a team that is unmatched in the entire industry. The amount of knowledge and experience they have in the programming world has us excited to add them to our list of partners.” 

    Brute Strength gym programming will be available on August 1st, 2022. Pre-sale is currently live with a 50% off first-month offer for anyone who signs up in July. CLICK HERE for more information or contact Brute Strength or FitHive directly.

  • The knee is the largest and most complex joint in your body. It needs to withstand a lot of pressure daily, making it prone to injury and pain.

    Apart from various ailments like arthritis, your knees can wear out with time, making it important to take care of them early on. Knee strengthening exercises help you enjoy your daily activities with less pain and less risk of injury.

    Let’s look at specific exercises that can help strengthen and protect your knees.


  • Healthy Life in Time of Pandemic

    Two years ago, the life of each person in the world underwent a change from heaven to earth, due to a disease that today makes us see that same world differently. It is for this reason that today I come to talk about something that has been emphasized in recent times but that many people insist on ignoring, and it is nothing other than the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle in times of pandemic.

    It has been shown that exercising combined with a healthy diet makes our immune system stronger, which is the first to face any disease, which is why it is recommended:

    ✅Perform moderate physical activity 30 to 60 minutes per day.
    ✅ Increase the consumption of vegetables.
    ✅ Drink at least 2 liters of drinking water distributed around the day.
    ✅ Rest properly between 7 to 8 hours at night.
    ✅ Prefer foods in their natural state: as well as homemade meals, avoiding fried foods and sausages.
    ✅ Limit the consumption of processed foods: such as fast foods, fries, pizzas, burgers, etc.

    There are many things we can do for our health, food and exercise turns out to be very beneficial for the body and mind, it can reduce any number of diseases (hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, stroke, etc.) in addition to keeping us disconnected from all the information that exists on networks about the pandemic

    Written by guest blogger: Mavi Labarca 💪

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  • Why do we love accessory exercises?

    Why do we love accessory exercises? When and how should we include them in a training session?
    – Strengthen ligaments and tendons
    – Add variety is different planes of movement
    – Add contraction volume to training sessions
    – Build muscle mass
    – During warm-ups to promote muscle tension before major lifts
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