crossfit open

It's that time of year again. Thoughts are turning to the impending CrossFit Games Open. Here are ten opinions on the Open from those who have been there before.
An update and clarification on what happened in the Kevin Ogar accident, as well as my assessment of the new set-up of the master's level competition for the CrossFit Games Open.
So what are the rules when it comes to video submissions and the judging of same? The official rulebook is silent on this and it seems like there is no governance of the video submissions at all.
This week - a look at individuals getting teams qualified for the Games and the fact that CrossFit is the only sports that allows do-overs.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: "butt-ology," competing in BJJ, yoga poses for overhead lifting, and more!
CrossFit has exploded into a high-profile sport. That means they need to go full pro and lose the inbreeding. What do I mean by that? Read on.
The 2013 CrossFit Open is complete and I met my goal of making 10th place. Today I discuss some of my biggest challenges for the Games and how I'm planning to work on them.
I'm currently in 11th place in the world for my age group. Today I'll tell how I met my coach and took my training up a notch. Having a coach and a training program has made all the difference for me.
It's week three of the Open and I've moved up to thirteenth place in my age group. Today I'll tell you how this adventure started a year ago.
This week I made the bitterweet trip home to New Zealand. Although I'll miss my training partners, it was great to share the Open with my community at home.
I placed 29th in the CrossFit Games Open, which puts me in a good position for the Games. Here is some information about how I'm fueling my workouts.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: the CrossFit Open, martial arts, accepting yourself, and more!
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!
I didn’t feel deflated after the Open like I thought I would. With every step I take up the ladder of my own potential, the day-to-day work finds more purpose. Here’s how I’m moving forward.
What has the CrossFit Games Open meant to the rest of us? The non-elite? What about someone like me whose history of Rx’ing workouts is not long and still inconsistent?
Michael Winchester shares his experience at CrossFit Central - what was the 2nd WOD of the CrossFit Open like? How does he feel about repeating the WODs? What works for his training schedule?
Michael Winchester trains at the well-known CrossFit Central in Texas. How has his training been going? And how did he do on the first workout in the CrossFit Games Open?