This ain't your grandma's home gym. Technology is changing the dynamics of at home workouts. It couldn't happen sooner.
Though simple in theory, if you haven’t been taught the one skill (the rowing stroke) properly, it’s easy to butcher it and make all sorts of crazy mistakes.
There is no more fundamental or universal exercise than the push-up.
The perfect lifting technique is the one that’s specifically designed for you.
This year's CrossFit Open tested every energy system, skills at all levels, max strength, and recovery. It was one for the ages.
If this is it for your functional fitness competitive output this year then give it all you've got. Use pacing and singles to finish the Open like a boss.
It's time to trade strategy for sheer, unadulterated chutzpah.
Time to separate the best from the rest. The Open WODs are getting seriously competitive at this point.
The CrossFit Open WOD a great way to build benchmarks and goals into your year-round training.
Manage your grip and minimize transitions to crush this WOD.
It sounds too simple, but the best corrective exercise is the exercise itself.
Dumbbells could be a big factor in how you manage this workout competitively.
Here are my final tips to help you perform your best in this year's Open.
Cycling single lifts efficiently means watching the awards from the podium, not the stands.
Understanding the TGU is the first step to not hating them.
Assess your form to ensure that your clean, jerk, and snatch are on point.
If push ups leave your wrists begging for mercy, these technique tweaks are for you.