Giving Back To Your Community

November 20, 2018 9:39 am Published by

The day after Cyber Monday is #GivingTuesday. Have you considered how you could give back to your community? We may have some ideas for you! Read about what some of our own team members do to volunteer in their neighborhood, and get inspired to help out in yours.   Christy Rockefeller Call Center Manager, HumanN… Read more

Pausing to Thank Our Veterans at HumanN

November 5, 2018 10:49 am Published by

This Veterans Day, we wanted to take a moment to honor our family members that served in the military. Read the stories of a few of our HumanN heroes below. Suzanne Morris Email Production Manager My maternal grandfather, Melbourne R.F. Doerr, PFC, was stationed in England at the 2nd largest air base from March 1943 to… Read more

14 Backpacking Essentials – Spare Your Back, Don’t Overpack!

August 2, 2018 12:03 am Published by

Camping is something many of us are eager to jump up and do. It’s so easy to visualize ourselves leaving the busyness of life and escaping to the great outdoors for a weekend. You’ve eliminated all the clutter, pared it down to just the few necessary items in your pack, and all you can hear… Read more

Neo40 – The HumanN Origin Story

June 6, 2018 11:15 am Published by

“Everything about your health is a serious matter, and everything you put in your body should be from a serious source. We are that serious source.” Joel Kocher Founder and CEO of HumanN Joel Kocher, the founder and CEO of HumanN  had a long, fairly notable career in tech before founding HumanN. He had been in… Read more

Honoring our Heroes

May 16, 2018 3:36 pm Published by

At HumanN, we have a tradition of honoring our family members that served in the military. Read the stories of a few of our HumanN heroes below. Bril Flint Chief Technology & Supply Chain Officer MIT Graduate, Red Sox Fan My father, Colonel B.P. Flint, Jr., was a career army officer who served in senior… Read more

How The CrossFit Community Pays Homage To An American Hero

May 17, 2018 2:46 pm Published by

This post is by humanN brand ambassador and guest contributor Andre Crews, Owner of 150 Bay CrossFit, Men’s Health Fittest Trainer, and Golden Retriever Dad. For many Americans, Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. Whether you’re in Seattle, Chicago, or New York City, temperatures are usually warm enough for beach trips, backyard… Read more

How My Life Changed 8,431 Miles Away

May 9, 2018 3:43 pm Published by

When I told my friends and family last fall that I had decided to use my prize money from winning OCR World Championships to travel to India on a mission trip, I think they honestly felt like it came a bit out of the blue. But I didn’t feel that way at all. I’d been… Read more

Rose Wetzel, Professional Ninja & New Mom

April 26, 2018 8:30 am Published by

Now that I’m a mom, I must give a huge shout-out to all of the moms out there (and dads, too!) for the dedication it takes to be a parent. My life as a professional obstacle course racer has taken me running up mountains to swim in freezing lakes and flying off trampolines to reach… Read more

The 2018 Barkley Marathons: Confidence Through Failure

April 20, 2018 12:04 am Published by

This post was originally featured on Amelia’s blog Race Ipsa Loquitur here.  My training log entry the day before the 2018 Barkley Marathons read: “Once that cigarette is lit, I’m going to race my little brains out. Give it all my all, and give it hell.” I’ve never been one to write race reports, but… Read more

Staff favorites

April 11, 2018 9:00 pm Published by

Which of our products do you love? If you haven’t guessed, we’re pretty enthusiastic about our scientifically-researched products and the healthy lifestyles they help support. Here are a few staff favorites, straight from our headquarters in Austin, Texas!   Favorite Product: SuperBeets Why Joe uses SuperBeets SuperBeets has helped me stick to a couple of… Read more

Lauren Ho, Life Beyond CrossFit

March 23, 2018 11:46 am Published by

This is the longest I’ve gone without competing. I always thought my passion was with the training, but now that I’m slightly removed, I can see now that I do love to compete too. To be honest, I’m not sure if it’s even about the winning (or not losing), or just the ability to push… Read more

An Obstacle Course Racer Walks Out of the Forest

February 15, 2018 4:23 pm Published by

The car speeds along the highway at 110 km/h. The mighty White Pines, Birches, Maples and Spruce which have captivated our imaginations and centered our humility have been reduced to brown and green blurs through the tempered glass windscreen. The last 11 days have been a welcome change of pace compared to typical busy lives…. Read more