iOS Beta Update
By
Craig Capurso
August 2, 2017

This update has taken us some time to get out, but we are moving away from an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to a polished product. We are a few more updates away from a public release to the app store. Android users, we are in development and working in tandem to get your version up sooner rather than later.

THE NEXT ENHANCEMENTS, AND THE ONE THAT DELAYED BETA
By
Craig Capurso
June 9, 2017

This is a new blog series that will showcase and highlight new features that were not available on the latest iOS release, but will be available in future iterations. Learn more about the feature that broke Metron's iOS and delayed Beta.

KNOWN BUGS AND WHY THINGS WORK THE WAY THEY DO
By
Craig Capurso
June 8, 2017

Welcome to Metron 2.0 Beta iOS. We wanted to prepare you for the bugs you’ll inevitably encounter while testing the first iteration of beta. Although not all bugs are uncovered yet, here are a few common issues and solutions that you can try to make sure the issue you are experiencing is a known bug.

GPS - Why You Experience What You Experience
By
Craig Capurso
June 8, 2017

You may have noticed that when utilizing Google Maps or any other GPS guidance system on your mobile device that your location is represented by a Circular Dot on a graph. This circular dot has a circular proximity ring which appears to be very small and a specific representation of your latitude and longitude.

CHRIS HINSHAW: HOW TO TEACH CROSSFIT MENTAL TOUGHNESS
By
Chris Hinshaw
April 12, 2016

Have you ever heard the idea that if you are the smartest, fittest or strongest person in the room, then you need to find a bigger room? If you want to explode your Crossfit endurance and mental toughness, then you need to find the room that Chris Hinshaw is coaching in [...]

MEASURING OBSTACLES
By
Chris Hinshaw
October 17, 2016

I met Steph (Not Stephanie) earlier this year during an Adaptive Athlete “Wheelchair Gang” Seminar at MBFit in San Jose, California. I learned that Steph was born with a mild case of cerebral palsy (CP). CP is a result of the loss of oxygen to the brain causing it to affect motor skills. For Steph, certain messages sent from the brain to the rest of the body don’t connect as quickly [...]

CLB: GETTING IT DONE
By
Chris Hinshaw
April 12, 2016

Any coach can write a crushing interval workout. In fact these are the easiest workouts to write because they require zero creativity. I openly challenge all my athletes to ask, “Why is this workout, when considering all potential workout options, the highest and best use of my time?”[...]

BENCH BASICS: 5 POINTS OF CONTACT
By
Craig Capurso
April 12, 2016

The measure of the common man hinges on his ability to bench press. It’s an objective pecking order, which directly correlates to ones self-worth, income, social status and overall manliness. Ergo the more you can bench, the easier your life will be [...]