crossfit games

Over the next four weeks, my articles will take an honest look at the CrossFit Open. How it works, how it doesn’t work, and ultimately, some suggestions as to how it can be fixed.
The most important part of competition is learning. You can learn from victory and even more from defeat. What did you take away from the CrossFit Games this year and how you continuously improve?
As the Reebok CrossFit Games 2013 heats up this weekend in California, here are some of last year's most memorable moments to whet your appetite.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: female body image, masters athletes, lower back pain, yoga and more!
This Saturday I leave for the 2013 CrossFit Games. I've made a lot of progress in the last year, but it's not over yet. Here are my goals for the Games this year.
It seems a shame to me there is no masters event at the regional level in the current CrossFit games competition structure. I think CFHQ would do well to invite its senior athletes to Regionals.
Stoneberg won the Open in the Northwest region and 2nd place at the regional competition. He competed at Games the 2011 as an individual, finishing 20th. This year he's headed back and having fun.
Competition can be a double-edged sword, and is an often-criticized part of CrossFit. Much of this can be avoided by asking a few simple questions, and doing some appropriate goal setting.
Training is getting intense as Regionals approach, but I'm taking two rest days each week which allows for more intensity.
Today we look at the difference between training and competition, and what we can learn from our "failures." Also a quick tip regarding weightlifting for CrossFit Open participants.
Kelley started her business sewing around the clock, even while coaching clients. Now she runs a global business focused on sponsoring athletes and giving to the community. All because of wrist wraps.
This week I took a whole extra day off to battle my negative thoughts. As a result, I've trained better, feel happier in my work, and am ready for the Open!
In preparing for the Reebok CrossFit Open, I have been taking a close look at the variables that I can control during my training. Today I'll discuss one crucial variable: the warm up.
The CrossFit Games Open begins tomorrow and there's still time for you to register. Here are four reasons I believe you should get in on the Open, even if (or rather, especially if!) you have doubts.
It's crazy to think that my CrossFit journey began with an hour a day of training in my brother-in-law's garage. Now I meet CrossFit legends all the time and am even training with a few.
Meet Kanon Kayyem and Isaac Carrillo, two of the next CrossFit generation. It has not only taught them about community and nutrition, but enables them to do things like 100+ burpees in 10 min.
This article is a rebuttal to the article "It's CrossFit and It's Going to Hurt" by Josh Bunch. CrossFit doesn't have to hurt. Bad coaching hurts, and you find it everywhere, not just in CrossFit.