There are 59 articles in this month.
November 30, 2011
The individual PDF articles published in November 2011 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio articles are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
Keeping Kids Corralled - Martin
The Kitchen WOD - Massie
“I WOD for Ted Hoyt” - Goodson
Climbing the Urban Jungle - Ford
Breakfast Pizza - Brown/Dazet
Bearing the Standards - Tucker/Hyland
New Jersey Gets Nasty - Achauer
In Service to Their Country - Wagner
Run, Baby, Run! - Achauer
Talking a Good Game… Continue Reading
On Episode 200 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed CrossFit Kryptonite owner Scott DeTore, who was also 2011 Reebok CrossFit Games champion for the Masters 45-49 Division. Justin also interviewed the CrossFit Journal’s Managing Editor, Mike Warkentin. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011.
The WOW (Workout of the Week) is from Carport CrossFit:
Three rounds for rounds and… Continue Reading
Dan Cerrillo, owner of CrossFit Bellevue, takes us on a tour of his large new facility located in Bellevue, Wash. He’s currently using 10,000 square feet of the 17,000 available.
Cerrillo says his inspiration for his set-up and equipment was the desire to make his gym a competition facility outfitted with the equipment used in CrossFit regionals and Games. His gym even includes an indoor track and is accumulating a collection of… Continue Reading
Megan Mitchell and Allison Scahill interview an all-star list of CrossFitters who also happen to be mothers.
The duties of motherhood are enough to keep a woman busy every minute of the day. Add an elite CrossFit training regimen to the schedule and many wonder, “How do they do it?”
The demands of CrossFit and parenthood combined are overwhelming to think about, but a busy timetable is just a part of life for many of CrossFit’s elite… Continue Reading
“With uphill running, ... you’re going to end up wanting to lean into that hill a little bit more and pick the feet up a little quicker,” Brian MacKenzie of CrossFit Endurance says. “It allows you to get up the hill much more efficiently, and it’ll allow for better turnover and much more efficient running.”
The first step is assessing the athlete’s capacity.
“What we want to do is focus on where they can handle the hill, how long they can… Continue Reading
November 29, 2011
Add fun to your CrossFit Kids workouts with these programming ideas from Mikki Lee Martin, Alison Patenaude and Lura Poggi-Bills.
It’s so much more interesting to practice medicine-ball cleans with a pumpkin. Winning a pumpkin with all the kids’ names written on it after the WOD is fun, too.
For the month of October, every CrossFit Kids and CrossFit Kids Pre-Teen class was involved in winning a pumpkin, maybe for best… Continue Reading
In this video, Tony Budding of CrossFit Media sits down with investigative journalist Gary Taubes, author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories. Through publications and lectures, Taubes tackles scientific controversies and debunks bad science. In this interview, Taubes shares some of his insights with the nutrition-conscious CrossFit community.
“Science is about trying to prove that you’re wrong,” Taubes says, “and then sort of… Continue Reading
The legendary CrossFitter embarks on training for his sixth Games by turning his training and nutrition upside down. Russell Greene reports.
Throughout his athletic career, Chris Spealler has been known for pushing his smaller frame to compete with larger athletes. It began long before he found CrossFit. After wrestling for four years in high school, he earned a scholarship to wrestle at Lock Haven University. There, he was known for… Continue Reading