There are 53 articles in this month.
Here are the individual PDF articles published in January 2011, collected together in a single download.
The video and audio articles are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
Fitness Is ... Exposure and Impartial - Morrison
When Minor Becomes Major - Burke
Remembering Lumpy - Cecil
Fitness Is ... Identity and Personal - Morrison
DIY Dip Stand - Rice
Dips: The Forgotten Shoulder Exercise - Starr
The P-Word - Moore
Training Quality Trainers - Pak
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You’ve seen the drill: squat a set, wander around, chalk up, talk some smack, chalk up again .
That’s not how they roll at Westside Barbell on dynamic-effort squat day, when lifters push weights as fast as possible. In this video shot at Louie Simmons’ facility, you’ll see powerlifters Laura Phelps, Tony Ramos and John Kerr work through a session of multiple doubles. Each lifter jumps under the bar and bands right after the other, and the pace is… Continue Reading
January 31, 2011
We are currently integrating archived material from CrossFit Kids into the CrossFit Journal.
To access that material, please use the CrossFit Kids button on the left navigation bar. The Kids category contains everything previously published in the Journal and will soon contain selected articles previously published in CrossFit Kids.
This integration is part of the Journal’s commitment to providing the CrossFit community with the best resources… Continue Reading
“It’s just like pedaling a bike, but backwards,” Spealler says.
Starting from a dead hang, Spealler teaches the foot movement of the butterfly kip.
“Heels to the butt is like the loaded gun,” he says. “This is what makes me go up.”
According to Spealler, the key… Continue Reading
Join Mikko Salo, the 2009 CrossFit Games champion, on his road trip across America—but this trip isn’t quite the same as the CrossFit Journal’s last Road Trip with Dave Lipson, Rob Orlando and Dave Castro. A man of few words, Salo is rarely distracted from his quest to better his training.
“Why do you think everyone was sucking so bad at those handstand push-ups on the rings (at the 2010 CrossFit Games)?” asks coach Carl Paoli, a trainer at San Francisco CrossFit and owner of Naka Athletics. As you might guess, he has some ideas about how to improve your handstand push-up.
Join Paoli as he puts Jason Khalipa through handstand push-up training.
Paoli critiques Khalipa’s freestanding handstand push-up and offers suggestions for improvement… Continue Reading
January 28, 2011
The “perfect shoe” may not exist, so Dr. Lon Kilgore offers up a system designed to help you select the best footwear for any sport.
There has been a tremendous amount of online chatter about what shoe to wear while CrossFitting. Hundreds and hundreds of expert and not-so-expert opinions are floating around the Internet. This person recommends one model and brand of shoe because he or she likes it. This person… Continue Reading
Strength legend Louie Simmons swears by the reverse-hyper machine he invented after breaking his back. In this two-part video, Kelly Starret explains why the device works and why you might want to put it in your gym.
According to Starrett, the reverse hyper helps people figure out how to stabilize the body while moving the hip independently. It can also come in handy if you want to get an injured athlete doing hip… Continue Reading