With the right rehab expertise, it's possible to move big weight successfully - and safely.
Make the transition from kettlebell exerciser to kettlebell athlete.
This year is about combinations. Nothing covers muscle development and body fat reduction than exercises driven by both arms and legs.
The more intense your visualisation is, the more effective it will be at improving performance. Here's how to mimic the real-life action.
Should you allow your lumbar spine to assume a flexed posture when deadlifting? I have the answer, and here is the scientific evidence.
Lifting heavy barbells is good, but moving things outside the gym is what real strength is about.
A faster and more biomechanically efficient pull awaits.
The truth is anybody can fall, anytime. We need to prepare our bodies to handle these uncertainties.
The gym doesn't have to be intimidating. We have to do everything in our power to give those around us the opportunity to succeed.
If you always do everything, you will often hit plateaus. The trick is to regulate your variation with phases.
These two simple tools will have a tremendous impact on your overall health and function if put into daily practice.
A newbie might expect to see blinding speed and perfect technique at Worlds. But that is not always the case.
In the new movement that is movement, improvement is rarely about better coaching. So how does this relationship work so well?
As this year’s CrossFit Games season approaches, let’s examine three movements that might be fun to watch and three that need to disappear.
Carries exist in a variety of forms. Here is a guide on how to squeeze the most athletic benefit from them.
When you move well, your body will inherently take care of what needs to be mobile and stable.
CrossFit HQ brought us the same old run-of-the-mill event with a new title. When will they try something new?