There are 51 articles in this month.
March 31, 2010
The individual PDF articles published in March 2010 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio articles are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
Fournier - The Fish Go CrossFit
Seryak - CrossFit Westside?
Fernandez - Quality of Life, Not Leisure
Williams - Weakness Bias Training
Mason - Optimized Post-Workout Nutrition for the CrossFit Athlete
Sullivan - A Vote for CrossFit
Houghton - Get Some More
Kilgore - Running the… Continue Reading
On this episode of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Mike Warkentin from the Central Canada Sectional; Virginia Sectional volunteer Ian Kellogg; and Jeff Tincher, coordinator for the Virginia Sectional. Episode 113 was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, March 31, 2010.
East meets West once again in Part 2 of this discussion moderated by Greg Glassman as Pose Method creator Dr. Nicholas Romanov and Louie Simmons of Westside Barbell discuss the finer points of training.
Romanov is a Russian, while Simmons has long been using Russian research, so the two are speaking the same language even though one is looking to produce top runners and the other is working to train powerlifters to squat over 1,000 lb.
The… Continue Reading
Many people take the wrong approach to strength training. Bill Starr says the simple, focused approach is the best way to build strength quickly.
When constructing any sort of structure, from a simple shed for the back yard to a stadium that will seat 100,000 people, you need to create a solid foundation first. If this isn’t done properly, the structure will not be substantial, nor will it last for very… Continue Reading
Watching a great trainer run a CrossFit class is a fantastic experience. As he or she works, you can pick up all sorts of things that will make you better in the box. The best coaches employ a wide variety of skills to give their athletes the best possible experience, and learning how to do that will improve your effect on your athletes.
U.S. Rep. John Sullivan is a fourth-generation Oklahoman with a passion for fitness—and CrossFit.
Elected to Congress in 2002, Sullivan has served his state as a representative on a number of health-oriented caucuses and strives for elite personal fitness as a member of both CrossFit Sky (Oklahoma) and Primal Fitness (Washington, D.C.).
With four kids, lots of travel and a congressional seat to fill, Sullivan has a busy… Continue Reading
In Part 1 of this video shot at FilFest 2010, Zach Even-Esh talked about how fear of failure kept him from succeeding and kept him from dating a hot girl. But Zach learned to overcome those fears and grab life by the throat.
“All these times I had opportunities staring me in the face, I bailed and I screwed myself from kicking ass,” Even-Esh explains. “And that lesson started teaching me… Continue Reading
Michael Deavers vows to follow CrossFit.com for one year and learns a lot about the program—and himself.
My introduction to physical preparedness came late in life courtesy of the City of Fort Worth, Texas, when I survived the Fort Worth Police Academy physical-training program. Ten years ago, that meant a diet heavy on running and body-weight calisthenics done five days a week. After graduating from the… Continue Reading