crossfit

Bill and James Grundler talk about competing as brothers, breakthrough performances, and the intelligent aging athlete.
Genetic potential, mobility and strength goals help decide which squat is best for your program.
Longevity in sport begins with a positive mindset and strong relationships.
We're all on the same team. It's time we started acting like it, instead of tearing each other down.
If you want to try something new, give it a shot and don't be afraid to fail.
Becca Voigt has earned the right to be considered one of the best CrossFit athletes of all time.
You don't have to go join your local box to take home some of the positive trends from CrossFit.
The reason you keep hitting refresh speaks volumes of the type of athlete you are.
Murph has become a traditional Memorial Day workout for some. Here's a primer on how to approach it to get the best results, no matter what your level of ability.
Structuring a warm up is important for developing this purpose. We can divide that structure into five distinct stages.
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?
If your progress is stalled on your big lifts, this auxiliary work will help you break through.
So, you're thinking of trying CrossFit. Let's delve into it and walk you through the door of your local box.
They say champion athletes don't always make good coaches, but Kristan Clever has a passion to prove you wrong.
Getting the most from your time in the box starts with defining your purpose for going there.
"Don't let your knees go past your toes" is a common coaching cue for the squat. But is it really the best way to do it? Not always, suggests a recent study.
Laurie Nelson, 72, is a champion athlete and she going to be breaking records for a long, long time to come.