functional fitness

Double compound movements can be combined to create a fast and extremely powerful training effect.
Biceps matter, and not just for aesthetics.
Without the demands of survival, the human spirit needs occasions to organize in pursuit of shared missions.
The age of automation threatens to make more humans useless.
Once called the conscience of CrossFit, Pat McCarty has something to say about the rumors swirling around CrossFit competition.
If you think the CrossFit Games are just a competition, you have it all wrong.
CrossFit's Open and online qualifiers continue to demand greater all-round ability and challenge athletes at all levels to aim higher.
The most capable humans don't come from the sterile environment of the typical gym.
CrossFit’s next contribution should be to send a very real message of responsibility in proper training and appropriate program design.
Memberships in clubs continue to grow, according to the latest research. We talk to Ben Midgely, CEO of Crunch and veteran industry entrepreneur, about what that means to you.
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?
If your progress is stalled on your big lifts, this auxiliary work will help you break through.
The cross-flow of ideas from the military and civilian fitness worlds will improve both populations.
Borrowing from a world rooted in dysfunction is not an appropriate way to improve people who aren't broken.
Understanding the TGU is the first step to not hating them.
Who says you need barbells to get strong and fit?
Music makes HIIT workouts tolerable and enjoyable for participants, according to new research.