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Rhapsody’s Sweat + Serve and Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary


Rhapsody's Sweat + Serve is thrilled to partner with Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary next Saturday, May 28 to celebrate the incredible life of Sir David Amess. Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary is a 501c3 that provides a safe haven for animals with no other home or shelter. They prepare animals for adoption by providing respite, rehabilitation and socialization. For [...]

Rhapsody’s Sweat + Serve and Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary2022-05-19T12:17:36+00:00

Rhapsody Radio Returns


We’re back, baby! Rhapsody Radio Season 4 just dropped. Hosted by Trinity Wheeler and Alan Shaw, Rhapsody Radio features stories, stitches and somethings of significance from the collection of characters this pair have gathered along the way. Along for the ride, co-host Mary Beth Henderson lends perspective on bringing your business front and center with insights as a [...]

Rhapsody Radio Returns2022-05-19T09:16:15+00:00

Is CrossFit Too Intense For Me?


By Alan Shaw, Co-Founder of Rhapsody Fitness in Charleston, SC I get this one a lot. And I won’t bury the lead. The simple answer is - it’s entirely up to you.  I could go into the usual soundbites here. Tell you how CrossFit focuses on functional movements, strength training + mobility that will benefit [...]

Is CrossFit Too Intense For Me?2022-05-08T17:25:01+00:00

A Free CrossFit Workout To Jump Start Your Fitness Journey


Free CrossFit workouts are an integral part of our culture at Rhapsody Fitness. We believe fully in the try-before-you-buy approach when it comes to our membership. Our community respects that not every person finds the entrance to their fitness journey on the same pathway. Sometimes, many doors must be opened. The Rhapsody trial CrossFit [...]

A Free CrossFit Workout To Jump Start Your Fitness Journey2022-04-21T08:44:13+00:00

How To Quiet Mental Chatter


It goes by many names: mental chatter, mindlessness, overthinking and even the monkey mind. And no matter what your preferred label may be, you probably know what it sounds like in your head. You also might be thinking, “What can I do about it?”. Quieting the Mental Chatter How do you quiet the non-stop [...]

How To Quiet Mental Chatter2022-03-28T09:59:52+00:00

What Is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?


Have you ever woken up in the morning and wondered, “Why am I so sore?” If it’s been 24-48 hours after a tough workout, then you’re probably feeling some DOMS. What is DOMS? DOMS stands for delayed onset muscle soreness. And as the name implies, its signature feature is the delay in muscle pain [...]

What Is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?2022-01-28T09:48:31+00:00

When + How To Train During Ramadan


For Muslims, Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar hallmarked by 29 to 30 days of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.  Observed from April 2 to May 2 this year, fasting from dawn to sunset is fard, or obligatory for all adults. Although believed to be crucial for receiving spiritual rewards during this [...]

When + How To Train During Ramadan2022-03-18T09:08:44+00:00

The Advantages Of Meal Prepping


Very few people have tried prepping a week’s worth of meals only to declare it the worst idea ever. Why is this? Because there are so many benefits! Here are just some of the advantages of meal prepping: 1. You’ll save some money. We’ve all been there – standing in front of the fridge, [...]

The Advantages Of Meal Prepping2022-01-28T09:48:38+00:00

How To Keep Your Focus During Your Next WOD


Focusing on your next WOD and blocking out distractions, both internal and external, isn’t always easy. Some days you might find it easier to keep your focus. But on the days when your attention is anywhere but the barbell in front of you, here are some ways to keep your focus. 1. Ditch your [...]

How To Keep Your Focus During Your Next WOD2022-01-28T09:48:48+00:00

Let’s Talk Chalk


Sweat is a mechanism for keeping your body cool, which is a good thing. So when you train (and your body temperature naturally rises), you sweat. And if you climb, boulder, lift weights, CrossFit or have a background in gymnastics, you know that your palms sweat. If you do one or more of these [...]

Let’s Talk Chalk2022-01-20T07:53:01+00:00
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