crossfit games

After experiencing a recent back injury I've been using that as inspiration to learn something as an athlete and coach. Today I share some of my tips to optimize my recovery and rehab.
Want to see how a world-class CrossFit athlete trains? You will NOT believe what Ingrid Kantola has done this week - and she's ready to do more!
Ingrid only worked out three times this past week. The horror! Everyone thought it was a good idea except for Ingrid, but she's coming around to this idea of rest and recovery.
The volume and intensity keeps growing as CrossFit Central trains for 2-3 hours each session, both strength and conditioning. See how they are preparing for the Games.
For the first three weeks following Regionals, my body was hurting badly. While my knees are still swollen, they do not hurt, and I am hitting PRs and recovering faster than ever.
This week Travis returns from a trip to Fiji. While there he kept diligent with his CrossFit training and also gained a new appreciation for his time in the gym, and life in general.
Ingrid outlines her workouts in detail this week as she prepares for the CrossFit Games. She also shares the mental challenges she is encountering and the tools she uses to stay focused and confident.
In this video Travis talks about having a meltdown at a recent training session and how his team gets him through it, as they all prepare for competition at the CrossFit Games in July.
It's been 2 years since Ingrid had emergency open heart surgery and she is presently training for the CrossFit Games. She also just graduated last week from graduate school at the University of Texas!
You don't actually have to be a competitor to be a true teammate. I have found strength in being the "peripheral teammate" and I know what I do makes a difference for my team at CrossFit LA.
This week Travis issues a challenge to help you increase your lifts - the month-long Band Walk Challenge. All the details are explained, so jump in and see what this simple tool can result in!
As CrossFit Central prepares for the CrossFit Games, Michael shares his top 10 tips for being successful in your training.
CrossFit Central continues to prepare for the games with the help of Outlaw Rudy Nielsen. Ingrid still anxiously awaits finding out whether she is on the team...but enjoys life in the meantime.
Michael discusses mastery of CrossFit in the context of the 10,000 hour theory. How do you get better at CrossFit? And how much time have YOU actually dedicated?
CrossFit Central has hired a new gun to be their team coach - an Outlaw in fact. Find out how Rudy Nielsen is going about creating a winning strategy for CrossFit Central and the CrossFit Games.
Exciting things in Ingrid's world - a possible spot on the CrossFit Central team going to the Games, a new coach, and a potential focus on strength training. Changes and opportunities abound.
Travis' team earned a spot to the CrossFit Games, but it wasn't easy and they nearly didn't make it. Read his journal to experience the comeback story that was CrossFit Central!