There are 23 articles in this month.
May 31, 2014
The individual PDF articles published in May 2014 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio posts are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
Game of Moans - Cecil
Baby on Board - Auger
When “Harvard” Won’t Do - Beers
Lords of the Realm - Cecil
Pace Makes Race - Beers
Building Behemoths: Part 2 - Starr
Memorial Day Hurt - Achauer
The Missing - Darsh
All Access Part 2: Roll On - Cooper
CrossFit Risk Retention Group… Continue Reading
On Episode 332 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Amanda Schwartz, who qualified for the CrossFit Games via the South Central Regional. Jason Khalipa, 2008 Games champion, was featured on the second half of the show. This episode was webcast on May 28, 2014.
May 30, 2014
RRG members to save almost $1 million in premium costs from June 1 through 2015.
Effective June 1, 2014, CrossFit Risk Retention Group Inc. (CF-RRG) will implement two cost-reduction programs for its members.
First, the minimum premium for all affiliates will be lowered to US$1,185 annually, a cost savings of $165 per member. Second, the total premium cost will be discounted 20 percent for members who have not had a previous… Continue Reading
Chicago Bulls College Prep’s superintendent set a plain goal: Provide the best health-and-fitness program of any high school in the country.
Likewise, the school adopted CrossFit and further hosted a Level 1 Certificate Course for its P.E. teachers.
“For our teachers to be able to see the quality of the L1 instructors can only immediately benefit what they do as teachers,” says Jason Ronai, assistant principal at the school.
He adds: “CrossFit preaches… Continue Reading
Athletes in wheelchairs are experts at adapting. Now they’re joining CrossFit affiliates in growing numbers.
Chris Stoutenberg fractured three thoracic vertebrae falling from his friend’s balcony on June 18, 1997. Paralyzed from the waist down, “Stouty” woke up with metal rods in his spine and a huge hole in his life: Sports, at which he’d always excelled, seemed gone forever. He was 19.
Despite the injury, Stoutenberg fought to recover, copying the exercises… Continue Reading
May 25, 2014
Lisbeth Darsh explains why she’ll be suffering through a Hero workout this Memorial Day.
Memorial Day rolls around each year, and we give it lip service. There are parades and speeches and flags placed on front porches, but I’m not certain many folks stop and listen. I’m not sure people halt what they’re doing and consider and appreciate the sacrifices made by those who served.
In the years after the horrific… Continue Reading
On Episode 331 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed South Central Regional competitor Jason Hoggan, as well as Cole Sager, who won the North West Regional. This episode was webcast on May 21, 2014.
2:16 Jason Hoggan was second in the Open in the South Central Region and hopes to qualify for the CrossFit Games for the second time when the Regional is contested from May 23 to 25. Hoggan talked… Continue Reading
May 23, 2014
Some place flowers on the graves of soldiers on Memorial Day, and others suffer through a painful workout to honor the fallen.
Josh Appel has a Memorial Day tradition. Before the barbecues, before relaxing with his family, Appel spends time doing a painful workout, one that makes him suffer.
Appel is an emergency-room doctor, a flight surgeon and a former Air Force pararescue jumper. Suffering on Memorial Day… Continue Reading