functional fitness

Double unders will not appear in a WOD. Nor will pull ups, toes-to-bar, or muscle ups.
From the Kevin Ogar accident to Grid, 2014 has been an eventful year for the CrossFit community.
Function relates to one thing only - movement. If you can’t move, you’re dysfunctional.
Step back and evaluate whether or not you have a healthy relationship with exercise.
Bubble athletes, say goodbye to regionals. The bubble just moved 28 spots up the leaderboard.
This is not your average CrossFit holiday wish list, folks. Box owners, this is your client’s wish list.
Does doing a really hard workout “honor” someone killed in battle? No. So what are we left with?
The benefit of an EMOM is not to mix and match tasks, but to train energy systems and skills, and train you to work.
While it comes down to individual needs and goals, there are good reasons to switch gyms, and bad reasons.
Raising a son who has autism and dealing with a shoulder injury taught me CrossFit isn't just about presses and kipping pull ups.
Just because we may have pumped a little life into weightlifting, doesn’t mean we get to trample on its traditions.
At the start, it seems like the trajectory can only ever be up. Then we hit a wall. It’s called burnout.
When we lose sight of simplicity, our so-called functional training can actually backfire.
Along came the CrossFit Games. As the sport grew, so did a noticeable caste system within many boxes.
Any comparisons of The Box’s cover photo and real photos of Camille seem to reveal a body much different.
Who we teach our children and young athletes to admire is who they will admire and who they will become.
The ability to escape a dangerous situation is the most serious display of functional fitness, but our fitness comes in to play in all aspects of our day.