There are 59 articles in this month.
October 31, 2012
The individual PDF articles published in October 2012 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio articles are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
What Should We Eat—and Why? - Cej
Applied Fitness: CrossFit Defense - Randolph
Short and Simple—and Effective - Starr
Coconut Popsicles - Brown/Dazet
The CrossFit SAT-Prep Program - Glassman et al.
Christine Girard on Olympic Bronze - Beers
Shop Like a Detective - Ford
Fat of the… Continue Reading
On Episode 248 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed CrossFit Games competitor Mikko Aronpaa and CrossFit success story Steve Gifford. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012.
The Words of Wisdom are from Josh Bridges: Breaking the Mental Barrier.
7:16 Mikko Aronpaa recently competed in the Team U.S.A. vs. Team Europe competition and came on the show to talk… Continue Reading
Gymnast and CrossFit coach Laurie Galassi of CrossFit Santa Cruz breaks down a movement that causes a lot of jitters and requires a safety-first approach: the back tuck.
Galassi notes that while being able to power-clean your body weight might indicate some of the physical attributes needed for a back tuck, a clean provides little of the “air sense” needed to perform the gymnastics skill. Progressions are the key to safe learning.
“The… Continue Reading
With titanium rods in her back, Christina Maragh struggles through workouts and finds an athlete on the other side.
Why do I CrossFit? What keeps me going back for more?
Before I answer that, I would like to share a little more about my story and why every WOD I finish is a huge deal to me.
I suffer from chronic and often debilitating pain in my back, shoulders… Continue Reading
Christine Pereira was unhappy. At 270 lb., she felt trapped. Literally.
“Before CrossFit, I was miserable by being in a body that I felt didn’t match my inside,” Pereira explains. “Everything was impossible. Everything was difficult just every day, going up the stairs. I was truly unhappy.”
Pereira also felt helpless. She would browse magazines, thinking there was no way she could ever be as slim as the models pictured.
“I didn’t think it… Continue Reading
Dan Edelman’s nutrition confessions of a conflicted parent.
“Barring obvious socioeconomic barriers such as poverty, often the only barrier to a child having access to good nutrition is the parents’ lack of access to information, lack of ability to process that information or laziness.” —E.M. Burton
I am no expert on food. This my perspective and my perspective alone. But it is the perspective and honesty of a father who is… Continue Reading
In college, Stephane Rochet got up at 3:30 in the morning to help out at Ohio University’s weight room with Ethan Reeve, who was the strength coach.
“Just one of the lucky breaks in my life,” Rochet says. “(He) was an absolute genius.”
He adds: “That’s when I knew this is what I wanted to do.”
Today, Rochet is the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of San Diego and part of CrossFit’s Level 1 Seminar… Continue Reading
Hilary Achauer talks with the world’s best trainers about CrossFit culture at the annual Training Staff Summit.
“You are the greatest trainers on Earth. That’s a fact. I am so proud of you,” Coach Greg Glassman said to the Level 1 Seminar Staff gathered together for the recent Training Staff Summit in San Diego.
Glassman told the assembled group that he considers them “defenders of the realm.”
“All that is valuable to… Continue Reading