crossfit

When we feel discomfort our immediate instinct is often to run in the other direction. Do that, and you'll never grow.
Your workouts aren't just about you - you can use them to make the world a better place. And we can also learn a lot about the (fitness) world from children.
Follow this list of tips and you'll be a more efficient, less injured, and happier rower. You'll have more left for the other elements in your workouts, too.
These wedding rings are durable enough to be worn in the toughest situations, from extra chalky workouts to rugged outdoor adventures.
If you dig competitive exercise, are into local throwdowns, or watch to the CrossFit Games, the new GRID league is more than worth your time.
Mixing and matching from boxes and CrossFit celebs is a prescription for failure. Seeking out the most heinous crush-fest is just plain reckless.
An on-ramp teaches foundational movements, but it also teaches the language of CrossFit, lowers injury rates, and welcomes clients into your culture.
There is a phenomenon in CrossFit that is remarkably consistent across all time zones, borders, and accents. It’s the hitch and bounce.
Your mission as a CrossFit coach is to challenge the client in your gym, get them stronger, and lead them on the path to mastery and competence.
There's a harsh reality about owning a gym. Do it wrong and you can easily wind up broke, busy, and with no time for your own workouts.
Most believe you can only train for aesthetics or strength discretely. Not true. For those of you who want to look good and perform like an athlete - here's how.
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.
Are you inspired or deflated by competition? Is it valuable or harmful? This week's we explore those questions in sport, business, and psyche.
Structuring the benchmark Girls as time-constrained tests provides a method to help your athletes mature into accomplished CrossFitters.
The social psychologist in me always wants to point out that context is really what makes people work as a team versus stab each other in the back.
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.
I enjoy reading articles by the Breaking Muscle coaches about their perspective on the Games. From them, three common themes emerge.