crossfit games

How do you tell Jo Average that she has zero to no hope of making it to the CrossFit Games?
Professional CrossFit athletes share insights on how to stay consistent and keep having fun with your own training.
Athletes competing in the Open need to remember that the competition is a search for the "fittest on earth" - and it might not be you.
When your idea of competitive advantage breaks the rules, it is time to rethink your strategy.
The Oscars has its Razzies, the counterpoint to its self-aggrandizing pageant, so let’s cash in on that feel, shall we?
Many people will compete in the CrossFit Open, but only a few make it to the Games. So, ask yourself - is your head in line with your goals?
A CrossFitter's first muscle up is a major milestone achieved by hard work and technique. Thirty muscle ups in a row requires real programming and great technique.
This year’s scaled division makes the CrossFit Open especially inviting for beginners. Here's how to make the most of it.
There's no reason you can’t give yourself every possible advantage - starting right now.
Bubble athletes, say goodbye to regionals. The bubble just moved 28 spots up the leaderboard.
Along came the CrossFit Games. As the sport grew, so did a noticeable caste system within many boxes.
Jumping rope is a real sport of its own, and these skilled athletes demonstrate the playfulness of it at its finest.
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.
Up until the last day, a Froning win was anything but a certainty. What makes him a champion, time and again?
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.
I enjoy reading articles by the Breaking Muscle coaches about their perspective on the Games. From them, three common themes emerge.