Patrick McCarty

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The world was put on notice this weekend. Grid has arrived, and it’s only going to grow. Better get your tickets.
When we feel discomfort our immediate instinct is often to run in the other direction. Do that, and you'll never grow.
Mixing and matching from boxes and CrossFit celebs is a prescription for failure. Seeking out the most heinous crush-fest is just plain reckless.
There is a phenomenon in CrossFit that is remarkably consistent across all time zones, borders, and accents. It’s the hitch and bounce.
Cry, bleed, vomit, but don’t stop. And, yes, if you find the idea of breaking your neck a problem, we don’t care to associate with your kind.
I have proven for the third time that I am one of the twenty fittest men in the world. I’ll be damned. I’ll take that.
This is my third trip to the CrossFit Games. As such, I am in the experienced old-timer camp rather than the overly anxious first-time athlete category.
What happens when and if the tide turns, and you’ve sunk your entire existence into the religion of CrossFit?
Just because one can, doesn’t mean one should. It’s the quickest way to “CrossFitter’s doin CrossFit” immortality.
There is a tension in the world of CrossFit. The glee of growth versus the backstabbing, disloyal coaches that leave you to start their own affiliates.
There was a time when Lindsey Valenzuela was not a household name in the world of functional fitness. But in 2011, she was simply “one to watch.”
There's no reason for a quality CrossFit box to suffer due to the crowd. Simply decide your product will be unmatchable.