Alexandra LaChance has been an elite collegiate gymnast, CrossFit Games athlete, and — most recently — a National Champion weightlifter, winning that title in May 2019. Her progression through sports has fantastic lessons
I recently heard Louie Simmons on the Barbell Life Podcast say that his lifters do 80% accessory work! That means for some of the strongest guys in the world, they spend roughly 20%
With everyone getting wrapped up in the CrossFit Games and the Olympics, the National Pro Grid League has been quietly waiting in the wings for its turn to make some noise in 2016.
This is a continuation of our interview with 2014 CrossFit Games athlete, American Open competitor, and GRID athlete Alexandra LaChance. You find Part 1 here. Brooke: Last year, you mentioned suffering from some
It’s the oldest story in the book: a female athlete comes seemingly out of nowhere to qualify as an individual for the CrossFit Games after only having done CrossFit for a short time.
A few days ago, we posted an image on Instagram that shows CrossFit Games athlete (and new DC Brawler) Alexandra LaChance in all her quad-rippling glory: A photo posted by BarBend (@barbend) on
It’s that time of year again. The National Pro Grid League draft is happening, teams are signing new athletes, and people everywhere are debating on whether or not the NPGL is even relevant. One