By Brittany Ghiroli, CFL-1 June 21, 2016
Prevent injuries, correct imbalances and improve performance with this emerging trend.
By Jonathan Miller, CFL-1 May 1, 2016
Two exercises to improve strength and reduce pain in your elbows.
By Abi Reiland September 10, 2015
The importance of CPR certifications and AEDs
By Logan Gelbrich, CCFT June 16, 2015
The phenomenon of gym owners looking to build a brand that stands alone without the CrossFit name seems to be growing.
By Jessica Kelly May 15, 2015
Five game-changers I wish someone had told me about when I started doing CrossFit.
By The Editors February 24, 2015
CrossFit is driving fitness into the future at warp speed. Here, we stop for a moment (like a one-minute rest in “Fight Gone Bad”) and talk about its past.
By Abi Reiland January 22, 2015
You can't go wrong copulating with a CrossFitter. Here's how constantly varied, high-intensity functional movements heat up the bedroom.
September 15, 2014
Photo by Jerome Hromiak
You get a lot of tourists to your box. How do you program for all the people who are only going to drop in for a day or so and then leave?
We have a template on that. Most
August 20, 2014
Deuce Gym, Venice, CA
Everyone loves the early success story. The once-new gym with new success and new fun is often viewed in retrospect as the “glory days” of gym operation....
August 11, 2014
Atlas is very involved in the Chicago community. Can you touch on some of the programs you’re implementing?
The biggest one is through the Noble Network of Charter Schools system here and the advanced
July 28, 2014
With local manufacturing, clever social marketing and impeccable timing, Bill Henniger's Rogue Fitness is cornering the market in delivering CrossFit's gear.
June 18, 2014
Ah, the squat. It’s the holy grail of strength and conditioning. As a coach, I often catch myself thinking that teaching someone to squat is the great physical gift I can give a student.
January 19, 2014
Remember the metabolic pathways? Yeah, that’s the graph one. The Cliff’s Notes is simply that human bodies operate in one or more of the three following energy pathways at any given time: phosphagen,
By Abi Reiland January 9, 2014
CrossFit Bringing Loved Ones A Little Closer
December 29, 2013
Ten years ago, virtually 100 percent of prospective students who walked into a CrossFit gym were converts. They were converts from a history with personal training or spin classes or something else.
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