crossfit

Together we can minimizing the risk for preventable injuries with non-competitive populations.
CrossFit workouts build mental toughness. The more we push, more toughness we can build. But what is the cost?
It's easy to dismiss visitors as a nuisance or outsiders. But an opportunity for goodwill and community is being missed.
CrossFit’s mantra is “be better than yesterday” and there are a few specific members at your box that will help you achieve that.
Should you put an all-out effort into each rep? Or save enough strength for later reps?
Last year, Patrick McCarty shared his athlete journals that detailed his journey to the CrossFit Games.
If you aren’t an athlete and you don’t compete, there simply isn’t any reason for you to be injured - ever.
The road to the 2014 Games was different than in previous years, with the addition of the Masters Qualifier, a new training mindset, and being a year older.
This week is about spotting and becoming better athletes in the process.
This week I'm asking you to loosen up your butt muscles, slow your roll, and join in on the strange controversy of the muscle up.
This last week when the Masters Qualifier workouts were announced, you would have thought someone threw a bag of kittens into a river.
I walked out of yesterday's training seriously doubting my athletic abilities, but I know I have to embrace those days and not fear them.
I once heard a comedian say, “There is a weirdo on every city bus…and if there isn’t, you’re it.”
Twelve science-based articles from massage therapist, registered yoga teacher, biologist, and CrossFit trainer Amber Larsen.
In episode four, Dusty takes us through all positions we've learned so far.
I don’t do CrossFit. I don’t teach CrossFit. I don’t recommend CrossFit. But if you do it, love it, and learn from it, then I’m genuinely happy for you for all of that.
Split times, stroke rates, damper settings - oh my! Here's a run down on what you need to know to be a more efficient and powerful athlete on the rower.