crossfit competitions

They say champion athletes don't always make good coaches, but Kristan Clever has a passion to prove you wrong.
Masters and teens athletes strategize their workout plan for this weekend's online competition to get a place at the CrossFit Games.
This is a straight-up "engine" WOD designed to hurt, and hurt bad.
Fitness competitions are a reality that gym owners will have to contend with for years.
Handstand pushups will be the deciding factor in this one.
In this WOD, efficiency may be more important than strength.
Competitors are paying to have a great experience - don't let them down.
Here are my final tips to help you perform your best in this year's Open.
Cycling single lifts efficiently means watching the awards from the podium, not the stands.
The Open can be an opportunity to generate excitement for your members - as long as you don't let it hijack your programming.
Prepping for the CrossFit Open, you may think you understand the lifting movements, but CrossFit has its own spin on things.
To compete in the Open, there are more movements than ever to master.
“Injuries happen in sports” is not the end of the discussion. It should be the beginning.
Some athletes finish top ten in the Open and end up somewhere near the bottom of the pack in the Regionals. Why does this happen?
Through the eyes of a fellow athlete, Zephan Moses Blaxberg captures the beauty and spirit of movement and competition.
Fran is all about thrusters. Here's my advice for getting better at them so you can improve your times.
CrossFit HQ denies responsibility for the events that led to Kevin Ogar's devastating injury, but the evidence isn't as clear-cut.