crossfit open

Here’s some food for thought from James FitzGerald, the 2007 CrossFit games champion, about what to consider to maximize the next 320 days of training for next year's CrossFit Open.
These blood flow restriction (BFR) cuffs may be the new addition you need for your training regimen if you are a serious about your training.
It's CrossFit competition season and that means blisters and cuts. Is it a mark of your determination or just plain silly?
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.
Once called the conscience of CrossFit, Pat McCarty has something to say about the rumors swirling around CrossFit competition.
CrossFit affiliates have been at the forefront of the explosion in indie gyms around the world. Are they in for shock or awe? Maybe both?
CrossFit has attempted to broaden its appeal over the last five years and nowhere is that more apparent than in the growing levels of competition among mature and teen athletes.
Fizzler or 1%er? Competition is a good way to learn more about yourself and to decide if you need to do something about your attitude.
This year's CrossFit Open tested every energy system, skills at all levels, max strength, and recovery. It was one for the ages.
If this is it for your functional fitness competitive output this year then give it all you've got. Use pacing and singles to finish the Open like a boss.
It's time to trade strategy for sheer, unadulterated chutzpah.
Time to separate the best from the rest. The Open WODs are getting seriously competitive at this point.
The CrossFit Open WOD a great way to build benchmarks and goals into your year-round training.
Manage your grip and minimize transitions to crush this WOD.
A successful fitness community is centered around building relationships, not rounds, reps, or PRs.
To get the most from your fitness in 2018, start with an honest assessment of your needs.
The reason you keep hitting refresh speaks volumes of the type of athlete you are.