Weightlifting: Why EMOMs?

In the long history of CrossFit, EMOMs are a relatively new phenomena.  There used to be a time when CrossFit Kinnick weightlifting sessions consisted of several sets of a given number of reps, without any resting requirements.  This was a recipe for disaster when it came to getting o
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Girl Power!

  Femme Royale This weekend at the all-girls Femme Royale competition at CrossFit Rx’d in Anaheim, CrossFit Kinnick had two teams throwing down.  Each had to complete 3 workouts during the day-long competition.  Melody Sanchez and Christine Navarro placed 2nd overall in the
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Deadlift Grip: Double Overhand vs Switch

The deadlift is one of the more simplistic movements performed in a CrossFit gym, but that doesn’t mean you won’t see variations in athletes’ approaches to it.  One of the more common questions I get regarding the movement is hand orientation.  Beginners will often c
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Post-Open Hangover

The Open is over and now it’s on to the final phases of CrossFit competition.  Unfortunately, for most of us that means taking a seat on the sidelines.  Our roles are reduced from vibrant, eager, and motivated Open participants to (even though we might not be willing to admin it
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Strength In Numbers

“Solidarity”.  “Misery loves company”.  “Strength in numbers”.  Each are phrases that describe human nature at its core: we love community.  Put simply, life is better when you’ve got people to share it with.  Struggles seem easier.  Triumphs
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