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Reduce Paper Fat With a Health Check

By Clayton Homme on May 1, 2017

When I’m not taking care of our current customers here at Access or hanging out with my wonderful wife and daughter, you usually can find me at our local CrossFit gym, MACH 3, in Sulphur Springs, Texas. We’re always looking for ways to improve the health, fitness and performance of the athletes I help coach, and as part of this commitment, we recently had someone bring in a water tank so we could do some hydrostatic testing. While you can use calipers or an electric scale to measure body fat percentage and lean muscle, the hydrostatic test is much more accurate.

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Be Better

By Clayton Homme on Nov 16, 2016

Being the ripe old age of 28 now, I am beginning to gather some wisdom that I didn’t seem to possess in my college years or early 20s. One of the nuggets that has taken hold is the idea that with everything you do, try to do it better than the last time you did it.

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What We Learned at the Global Leadership Summit – Part 2

By Jeremy Snyder on Nov 9, 2016

In yesterdays post, our VP of Sales David Wilding shared his personal highlights from the Global Leadership Summit. While he and I found something of value in just about every presentation at the summit (which was the second I’ve attended), three different speakers really stood out to me.

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What We Learned at the Global Leadership Summit – Part 1

By David Wells on Nov 8, 2016

Now in its 20th year, more than 305,000 people from 125 countries attended this year’s Global Leadership Summit, in addition to several thousand who saw the event live at Chicago’s Willow Creek. With 13 speakers, hours of presentations and hundreds of key points, it’d be impossible to recount every last detail for you, unless you like the idea of reading a 27,000-word blog post.

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