There are 21 articles in this month.
Making breakfast isn’t just about eating.
So says Lucas Parker, two-time CrossFit Games competitor from the Canada West Region. Parker is perhaps best known for his beard and body hair, as well as propensity for getting naked or rocking a tuque and Speedo swimsuit.
“I think it’s important to try to find structure and purpose in everything you do—for training for the CrossFit Games to making breakfast,” he says while… Continue Reading
“To be real honest, there’s probably going to have to be a couple of people that maybe don’t do so well, and I’m gonna have to do really well, but I think… Continue Reading
June 03, 2013
This three-part series profiles Julie Roberts and her work in Haiti since a devastating earthquake in 2010. From amputating infected limbs to investing in pay-it-forward microcredit loans, Roberts is dedicated to helping Haitians recover.
It is January 2010. Julie Roberts finishes a long run in training for the Vancouver Marathon and rushes home to cook dinner for her four children.
She turns on the TV to find ubiquitous breaking news about… Continue Reading
On Episode 278 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed two Regional champions: Michael McGoldrick of South Central and Alessandra Pichelli of NorCal. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, May 29, 2013.
Drew Canavero often fell prey to binary thinking: it was black or white, he loved it or hated it, and he was either fully committed or completely disengaged.
“Living with bipolar is a frustratingly (irritating) process. Progress is usually slow and tenuous—one step forward, a half step back. And there are times when I have the inescapable feeling that my life is in free fall. And I often choose to hasten my collision with the bottom by… Continue Reading