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Serious athletes may see play as a waste of valuable training time, but is it really?
Sometimes our workouts are our best friends, and sometimes we feel like the jilted ex. This week's articles are about the different ways we relate to our training.
Recognize and cherish these relationships. I guarantee they change your life.
It's easy to dismiss visitors as a nuisance or outsiders. But an opportunity for goodwill and community is being missed.
CrossFit’s mantra is “be better than yesterday” and there are a few specific members at your box that will help you achieve that.
What it is about these two states that makes them so fit, healthy, and active? Here's what I see makes the difference.
I don’t do CrossFit. I don’t teach CrossFit. I don’t recommend CrossFit. But if you do it, love it, and learn from it, then I’m genuinely happy for you for all of that.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: squats and hip dysfunction, training the core, 300 swings a day, and more!
Last weekend. I had the opportunity to put on a seminar in Texas. While I was there, I rediscovered why I fell in love with CrossFit to begin with.
The WLC is an eight-week game that involves a baseline workout, recruiting friends and family to be on your team, and logging daily points for practicing good habits.
If I could have one wish granted for Christmas it would be for "Biggest Loser" to be removed from television for good.
Recently I had a chance to attend a local CrossFit competition. Here is my rundown of the the good, the bad, and the ugly.
I love my CrossFit Murdock family. I know the strength and endurance I achieved from the six solid months I was going there saved my life through this journey known as breast cancer.
There's been a lot of ruckus surrounding CrossFit and rhabdo lately. But it is even about rhabdo? Or is it more about our attitude as CrossFitters?
Research shows that obesity is indeed contagious. So if we are going to win the war on fat and turn the tide of health in our nation, it is going to start small and with those closest to us.
As our "social capital" or involvement in our communities has declined, so has our health. The new trends in fitness are changing this and may be what saves us all.
It’s been about 6 months since the story broke that 2 male grapplers allegedly sexually assaulted their female teammate. What are we all doing to have a positive impact on our jiu jitsu world?