Fizzler or 1%er? Competition is a good way to learn more about yourself and to decide if you need to do something about your attitude.
Resist the allure and promises of fancy new gear to consider how it will add to and detract from your training.
Research shows that many lifters simply aren't selecting high enough loads to make progress.
This year's CrossFit Open tested every energy system, skills at all levels, max strength, and recovery. It was one for the ages.
How many times have you found yourself going through the motions during your workouts, not truly working at the edge of your comfort zone, either mentally or physically?
We must work to get back to an even better place than where they were pre-injury—both mentally and physically.
Expressions of power and dominance are clear to see both in the animal kingdom and sport, so how do you rate?
A more methodical approach to our training will give us a chance to process what’s going on and get more out of every rep.
Behind all the rounds and reps, there are foundational concepts for improved performance that every athlete needs to understand.
Are you stuck on auto-pilot? Sometimes breaking through a plateau is as simple as re-committing to doing it right.
Many Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purists prioritize technique over strength. Without entering that debate, one fact remains: to be the best grappler you can be, you need to get stronger.
One athlete's pain comes down to years of imbalance created by one leg being slightly shorter than the other. Sometimes you have to sweat the small stuff.
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.
Whatever your program looks like, you're never training parts of yourself in isolation.
An individual’s interpretation of the world is malleable, and a powerful weapon against unhelpful circumstances.
Many people think they have tight hips. But is it tightness? Or is it something else?
An overly-simplistic relationship between calories in and calories out doesn't cut and the scientific realities of weight loss are not that hard to understand so, learn a better way.