functional fitness

As this year’s Games season approaches, let’s examine three movements that need to go away forever and another three that might be fun to watch.
CrossFit HQ brought us the same old run-of-the-mill event with a new title. When will they try something new?
Tossing your cookies occasionally is okay. Celebrating it is not.
Don't short-change your athletes. Training across a full standing spectrum will increase strength without sacrificing movement and health.
Let's learn from the boxes that have risen to the top of the pack.
Will affiliates stop at nothing to design and recruit the best super team for the CrossFit Games?
Take action to stop gender inequality in sports. It starts with you.
Female athletes often feel pressure from sponsors to market their sexuality online. It's time to change the cultural landscape of self-objectification.
Whether you are a CrossFit advocate or not, EMOMs, AMRAPs, and rep ladders have their place.
Too often exploitation is the price women pay for sponsorship.
We're a pretty badass group of athletes, and if you want the best of us, you need to act like it.
It's an age-old debate: will endurance work kill your strength gains? A new study sheds light on the answer.
Once someone is inside the CrossFit bubble, whatever he or she does is no longer ridiculous, it's…try-able. That needs to stop.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
By all means, Rich Froning is the best CrossFitter of all time. But that's where his fitness ends for now.
The ancient exercises of Northern India have far-reaching benefits for strength and power. Here is how to perform them.
You're on rep ten and your buddy is on rep twenty. No way, right? What influences the fudge factor and what can we do about it?