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What if you could get three weeks of workouts from Dan John, Andrea DuCane, or John Hackleman for free? Guess what - you can! Read on to learn about our featured coaches and their workouts.
Hear from one of the originals what it was like to train CrossFit in the early days, what the evolution has been like, and where she is headed next.
Eva Twardokens is a second-generation Olympian, U.S. Ski Hall of Fame member, and one of the original CrossFitters. Learn about her and try out her three weeks of workouts.
Our final installment in our interview series with coach Dan John. Learn about Dan and Pavel's "Four Quadrants" as well as how to deal with clients, from former athletes to weight-loss clientele.
When it comes to stories, Dan John is in no short supply. Read on to hear how he began his journey in fitness, his 2 pieces of advice for coaches, and what he thinks of the current fitness industry.
Kettlebell goddess Andrea DuCane's thoughts on former athletes working out as they age, older clients just beginning to workout, and what it means to be a good coach.
Gymnastics is a daunting skill-set to take on as an adult. Our newest featured coach, Roger Harrell, specializes in teaching adults. Read on to hear more about his story and how you can learn.
In part two of our interview, John Farr talks about the state of American coaching and American athletes competing on the international level. He doesn't see a great immediate future on either front.
For John Farr, former UCLA strength and conditioning coach, and currently Olympic weightlifting coach and champion, it all comes down to one thing for him and his athletes - mental toughness.
In part two of our interview with Sean Waxman, we talk about coaching CrossFit athletes, the common mistakes in lifting, and how to become a great coach.
Last week we talked with Chris LaLanne about how he became a trainer. This week, we get more hands on with Chris, discussing the challenges of coaching and business.
In the final segment of our interview series with CrossFit LA founder, Andy Petranek, we are going to explore his personal coaching philosophy and his thought process in writing workouts.
Last week in part one of our interview we learned how Andy evolved from trumpet player to professional adventure racer. The next evolution would take him from athlete to trainer to CrossFit coach.
This week begins Andy Petranek’s 3 weeks as guest programmer. Andy owns CrossFit LA, but prior to that he was to become a professional musician. How did he go from music geek to the CrossFit Games?