Source: CrossFit Journal, Greg Glassman Crossfitters go hard. In fact, crossfitters go very hard. Our gym floor’s daily sweat angels are proof of that. Why all the pain and suffering though? Because it’s cool? Nope. Because it’s fun? Maybe. Because it’s the latest fitness fad?
The value of an upright squat is often lost on CrossFitters. The biggest reason being many can still squat considerable amounts of weight. It often comes at a cost though, namely unrealized potential and constant lower back pain. Yes, pain is a fairly normal sensation among athlete
The push press, push jerk, and split jerk are some of our athletes’ favorite movements. What’s not to love? Moving heavy weight overhead makes one feel strong and able. As good as they make us feel now though, we’re all still missing out on maximizing our potential because of error
As CrossFit trainers we get asked this question a lot. Because the mainstream fitness model revolves around body building methods (isolation movements and machines) it is difficult for people to come to terms, at first, with CrossFit’s apparent abdominal neglect. Go to any CrossFit
Yep, you heard us correctly. And, no, it isn’t April Fools day. We didn’t mispeak. We rarely mispeak. Why, then, is it that members always seem to question the validity of the 5k Run day? Is running not an exercise? Is a 5k run not a workout? Hopefully the answer to both of tho