crossfit open

The Open season is upon us. Follow these rules and embrace the fun of kicking ass – legitimately.
Will affiliates stop at nothing to design and recruit the best super team for the CrossFit Games?
From relationship-building to motivation, here are four reasons while small competitions are a big deal.
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?
A study of three average CrossFitters revels the mental and physical toll of training for the CrossFit Open.
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?
Let’s take a top-down approach to what separates the top twenty from the rest of the 85,400 who thought they had a shot.
This is the third year I've competed in both CrossFit and beach volleyball at the same time, and I've learned some valuable lessons.
Some Teen and Master's CrossFit Athletes have found themselves unfairly sidelined from the next round due to some abrupt changes from HQ.
Professional CrossFit athletes share insights on how to stay consistent and keep having fun with your own training.
Improving your rowing skills will enable you to do more work in less time, plus be fresher and sharper for other tasks at hand.
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.
You've tried everything to get a muscle up. Here's advice that works, works fast, and works well.
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?
Don't read these two stories if you don't want to be inspired. You're never too old to try something new.