Blog Posts

BLOG / 10.16.18

Keto vs Atkins: what’s actually the difference?

Keto vs Atkins: what’s actually the difference? Both are low carb, high in fat and share a large majority of principles but there are differences. We are going to get to the bottom of this mystery once and for all. The Great Debate: Carbohydrates Versus Fat Few things in the world of nutrition have been […] Read More

BLOG / 10.05.18


FLEXIBILITY VS MOBILITY Flexibility and mobility, while often used interchangeably, are actually not the same thing. Flexibility is defined as the body’s ability to achieve a certain position, and usually involves outside forces that move the body part into that position (i.e. using straps, having a partner push you into a position etc.). Mobility is […] Read More
It’s National Taco Day – Grab Those Par-tay Pants

BLOG / 10.02.18

It’s National Taco Day – Grab Those Par-tay Pants

It’s National Taco Day – Grab Those Par-tay Pants By Amy Plano, Registered Dietitian First of all — stop the press. Did you know that TODAY, October 2nd is National Taco Day? I know. First, it was National Peanut Day. Now this. Can you even stand the excitement? Don’t get me wrong. I know […] Read More

BLOG / 09.26.18

Intermittent Fasting Seminar!

Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal of the Day? Back in the day (many, many, many moons ago!) when I was in grad school I remember one thing being drilled into our heads by our Professors – “Encourage your patients to eat more often.” For years, we’ve been told it’s important to eat breakfast within […] Read More

BLOG / 09.18.18

Hydrocephalus Awareness Event!

Hey team! It’s that time of year again; the third annual Hydrocephalus Charity Work our at CrossFit Milford! I wanted to take the time to personally thank you all for your support and explain to you why I host this awesome charity event and why it is so important to me. As you may or […] Read More

BLOG / 09.17.18

Core & Flexibility Classes!

For the next 8 weeks, we will be offering 30 minute free classes for CFM members only. Monday’s at 7:30-8:00 am Thursdays at 5:30-6:00 pm Stretching, Mobility and Stability movements specific to daily activities as well as CFM movements. These classes are great for all levels. Maintain your hard work with these preparatory and recovery […] Read More

BLOG / 09.11.18


Sciatica is a term used to describe a specific type of buttock and leg pain, that may be accompanied by other symptoms such as numbness and tingling, that is a result of compression on lumbar spine nerve roots (L4-S1) or direct compression/irritation of the sciatic nerve itself. The sciatic nerve runs from the lumbosacral plexus […] Read More
Meet Nate

BLOG / 08.07.18

Meet Nate

I grew up in Waterbury, CT, and began lifting (mostly doing biceps) in my parents’ basement at 15.  From there my love for strength training grew with some help from my father and brother, whom I followed in and out of their football training seasons.  Having a love for physiology from high school, I studied […] Read More
Dry needling. What is it, and is it for you?

BLOG / 07.23.18

Dry needling. What is it, and is it for you?

Dry needling has become more commonplace in the physical therapy field within the last couple of years for the treatment of various musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions. The type of dry needling used in PT and acupuncture are often confused, however there are differences that separate these two treatment techniques. Acupuncture is based on traditional Chinese […] Read More
Why Pride?

BLOG / 07.12.18

Why Pride?

Why Pride? by Ryan Quintero It’s not every day you wake up and read multiple messages from friends or look at your newsfeed and see a string of commentary on the Gay Community and Crossfit.  Last month, a downtown Indianapolis gym cancelled a Pride month work out that employees and members planned – resulting in […] Read More