Trainers & Coaches
8 Plateau-Busting Intensifiers
If the wheels have fallen off your progress, it's time to try something new to get rolling again.
How to Train When You're Bored
If the fire is gone from your training, make these changes to get it back.
10 Tips to Smash Through a Training Plateau
Tired of chalking up the same weights? We've all been there. Follow these strategies to get back on track in training.
Progression Takes More Than Adding Weight to the Bar
Lifting heavy is a great thing, but it's not all you need for continued muscle growth.
CrossFitters: Stuck In a Strength Rut? Implement These Strategies
If you want to get stronger, you have to focus on strength work. Here's exactly what to do.
Cal Poly’s 8-Week Deadlift Program: Push Through a Strength Plateau
If your eating is dialed and you are working hard but for some reason have stagnated, this eight-week program could be your solution.
5 Ways to Push Past a Squat Plateau
Try as you might, your squat is stuck. And it has been for a while. Let's look at the underlying causes to fix the problem.
Don't Get Stranded On Your Training Plateau
Push past sticky points in your training with this bit of helpful perspective.
Eric C. Stevens
Love CrossFit? 5 Tips to Avoid CrossFit Burnout
At the start, it seems like the trajectory can only ever be up. Then we hit a wall. It’s called burnout.
Man Up and Move On: 10 Simple Ways to Get Out of a Training Rut
Yes, yes, I know. No training rut is the same and we're all different and unique. But if you can't take away at least a few tips from this piece, there's no helping you.
Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 90
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: common training mistakes, reality TV, squatting more weight, and more!
Breaking Muscle HQ
The Life Cycle of a CrossFitter, Part 1: The Dreaded Plateau
When we first start CrossFit we are in a honeymoon phase full of PRs and magic. But about eighteen months in we hit injury and plateau. Why does this happen and how can you change your trajectory?
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