crossfit

CrossFit is too big to change overnight, and there are too many people for which there is no alternative.
Once you know you’re not starting from scratch and haven’t lost too much ground you can resist the urge to go in all guns blazing.
For many years, the CrossFit community has overlooked the worst excesses of the organization. Why is it any different now?
I am hoping this letter helps, if even just in reading that others have felt this same kick in the teeth as they are this week.
The box gym world needs a reset and there's no better time than now.
We kick off our first podcast of 2020 with James Fitzgerald. He has over 20 years of experience as a strength coach, is a CrossFit games champion and is the founder of OPEX.
One man has helped shape the way people train in gyms this last decade. He has had few peers when it comes to influence and his presence is felt worldwide.
Here are some proven exercises to help create explosive power and strength in your legs.
Your physical disciplines reflect your deepest interests and reveal the less understood facets of our being.
There's only one Open this coming year, six months on the heels of the last one meaning the rules have changed and you need to strategize in a totally new way.
It's been over ten years since CrossFit shook up the fitness industry. Veterans of the affiliate business recently gathered to look to the future, celebrate the past, and party.
Bootstrapped gyms have to be about passion, commitment, and ultimately, service to the community.
Whether you’re a weightlifter or a multi-modal CrossFit athlete, barbell complexes can be valuable for a number of reasons.
What I’ve come to learn is no matter how well rounded you attempt to be, how educated and accepting you might become, there are certain situations where a woman on your staff is the only answer.
Adaptation is when the body changes, and it’s a process, not the prize.
A new guest each month, interviewed by Greg Walsh and hosted by Breaking Muscle. This week, challenging the orthodoxy of the fitness industry with the founders of The Sect in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Once called the conscience of CrossFit, Pat McCarty has something to say about the rumors swirling around CrossFit competition.