ego

Like with any community, there will always be problem behaviors in CrossFit. So here are ten commandments to guide your actions unto yourself and others.
Everyone in Grid made a lot of mistakes early on. Except Justin Cotler, coach of the DC Brawlers.
Along came the CrossFit Games. As the sport grew, so did a noticeable caste system within many boxes.
If I can get past my ego and realize I am acting based on a past experience. I can question whether that experience has value in the present.
The purpose of sparring is to make both you and your partner better. But more often than not, I see egos get in the way of getting something out of the session.
During my younger years my brother hated the fact that I existed. But as we got older his contempt disappeared and he became a sort of mentor. Here's the most important things I learned.
Sometimes the worst thing that can happen to an athlete is to win his or her first competition. Because the wrong attitude can lead to a very humbling experience later on.
Sometimes it can be difficult to set aside your own ego when a training partner is showing theirs in full-force. Here are five tips for dealing with those moments when you want to put your BJJ to use.
“Leave your ego at the door” - as you cross the threshold into the grappling academy or gym, tap into your humility really fast. You can learn a vital truth from anyone - if you are willing to do so.