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Survival of the Survivors: The CrossFit (Hunger) Games
As the 2015 CrossFit Games season wraps up, it is safe to say that the arena is starting to look more like a dangerous carnival than a competition.
Timing Is Everything - In CrossFit and Life
I don't do CrossFit so I can make it to the Games or come first in the class. I do it because it helps me with life.
Bad Advertising and Hubris: Will CrossFit HQ Ever Apologize?
The social media wars orchestrated by CrossFit HQ are a sign of a deeper problem with its company culture.
Breaking Down the CrossFit, #SugarKills, and Coke Debate
The real story behind a controversial tweet from CrossFit's social media team.
Competing in CrossFit: The Hard Reality Behind Your Goal
Having a dream is one thing, but are you ready to put in the work it takes to compete at an elite level in CrossFit?
A Buyer's Market in CrossFit: How to Choose the Best Box
Never settle for mediocre - there are more options now than ever when it comes to finding the perfect place to train.
CrossFit Kids: Divorce and Custody
While CrossFit, Inc. has had public legal battles for years, Jeff and Mikki Martin never imagined the sights would be set on them.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
Beatdown Avoidance and the Value of Rest in CrossFit
Twenty minute all-out metcons can be a fast track to injury.
11 Signs of a Great CrossFit Gym
Use this checklist to determine the quality of your current CrossFit gym (and if you need to make a change).
The CrossFit Open and the Average Athlete: Is It Worth It?
A study of three average CrossFitters revels the mental and physical toll of training for the CrossFit Open.
What Julie Foucher's Training Says About Her Achilles Injury
It wasn't about the box jumps - Foucher's injury comes from a lack of preparation
The 10 Commandments of CrossFit
Like with any community, there will always be problem behaviors in CrossFit. So here are ten commandments to guide your actions unto yourself and others.
Julie Foucher's Achilles Injury: Can Chatter Create Change?
“Injuries happen in sports” is not the end of the discussion. It should be the beginning.
CrossFit Athlete Stacie Tovar: Seeking Success After Disappointment
Stacie Tovar knows what it means to compete and face potential disappointment or supreme success.
Why CrossFit Will Never Just Cool It With the American Swing
CrossFit will never not do the American swing. It fits their math, so it’s going to be done. But that doesn't mean you have to do it.
Why Some CrossFit Athletes Dominate the Open and Fail Regionals
Some athletes finish top ten in the Open and end up somewhere near the bottom of the pack in the Regionals. Why does this happen?
How to Strategize and Win a WOD Like Rich Froning
We can't replicate Froning's genetics or his lifestyle, but we can definitely replicate his strategy.
The WODFather: Why Greg Glassman Is Good for Fitness
For better or for worse, it is hard to deny the impact that Glassman and CrossFit have had on the fitness scene.
Eric C. Stevens
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