crossfit games

I enjoy reading articles by the Breaking Muscle coaches about their perspective on the Games. From them, three common themes emerge.
You may know the reigning champs, but do you know who won each year? And how it all started on a little farm in Northern California?
Here are all the 2014 CrossFit Games individual workouts all in once place. We've also added our notes on scaling and strategy so anyone can attempt these.
Here are all the 2014 CrossFit Games team workouts all in once place, along with our notes on how to adapt and strategize.
We are analyzing the WODs and looking for ways to adapt them so that we can all join in this annual celebration of the power of CrossFit.
This is my third trip to the CrossFit Games. As such, I am in the experienced old-timer camp rather than the overly anxious first-time athlete category.
There was a time when Lindsey Valenzuela was not a household name in the world of functional fitness. But in 2011, she was simply “one to watch.”
Are we truly crowned the Fittest on Earth or do we merely have the winner of a contest with a bunch of arbitrary variables?
Facing the truth was a common and important theme from this past week's writing, so here are my picks for your must-read articles.
What's up with the big names not qualifying for the Games? Rocky came back to win at the end of Rocky III. But only after he STFU and got to work.
Everyone who reads this site is serious about their fitness. But both CrossFitters and triathletes are special breeds.
The NPFL ups the ante significantly. Take a sport that you and I can do, spin it into a team that we can follow, and yes, we will be there.
The road to the 2014 Games was different than in previous years, with the addition of the Masters Qualifier, a new training mindset, and being a year older.
This last week when the Masters Qualifier workouts were announced, you would have thought someone threw a bag of kittens into a river.
Serious CrossFit Games contenders are signing with the NPFL. It may be time for CrossFit to discover diplomacy.
Did you participate in the Open this year? What did you learn from making that choice?
Everyone is a coach, everyone is a strategist, but frankly, your game is your game.