There are 22 articles in this month.
October 31, 2014
The individual PDF articles published in October 2014 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio posts are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
“Coach.” - O’Hagan
“Warm-Ups, Flexibility and the Olympic Lifter” - Starr
“If You Build It ...” - Beers
“Competitive Conundrum” - Cecil
“Cleansed or Conned?” - Achauer
“Squat Fix: Falling Backward” - Cecil
“Mo’ Muscles, Mo’ Problems” - Achauer
“Virtuosity 1: Morrill of the Story” - Pike
“Motown Solo” - Cecil
“Hungry, Hungry Hippo” - Poggi
October 31, 2014
On Episode 353 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Mike Warkentin, Managing Editor of the CrossFit Journal and owner of CrossFit 204. This episode was webcast on Oct. 29, 2014.
2:15 Five weeks ago, Warkentin wrote “Virtuosity: A Call for Submissions” and presented members of the CrossFit community with an opportunity to explain why they’re passionate about their coach and affiliate or their garage crew. The first published submission was “Virtuosity 1: Morrill… Continue Reading
October 30, 2014
Some kids will find medicine balls are more fun when they aren’t used for wall-ball shots.
The classic tabletop game for kids never did much for fitness, but this gym-based version will definitely get your children moving.
In a city long at conflict with itself, Jarrod Bell runs the only operating CrossFit affiliate because, he says, it’s the right thing to do. Andréa Maria Cecil reports.
The 400 m surrounding Detroit’s first and only operating CrossFit affiliate is a microcosm of the city’s decay.
There are overgrown lots—a couple outlined with rusted chain-link fences forbidding the curious—and abandoned turn-of-the-century Victorian-style brick homes whose vine-covered walls… Continue Reading
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October 26, 2014
Jason Khalipa, seven-time CrossFit Games competitor and owner of NorCal CrossFit, recently teamed up with HGST Solutions to run classes at HGST. The tech company has incorporated CrossFit into its corporate-wellness program, and Mike Cordano, president of HGST, says it helps with employee health and community at the company.
“We’re in the midst of a big, strategic transformation as a company. CrossFit’s one of the things we’re using to enable… Continue Reading
October 25, 2014
4:07 Gold has been changing up his programming and using heavier loads lately, and he spoke about the positive effects it’s had. He explained why he felt the need to change things up, and he described how he’s also implemented… Continue Reading
Athletes look past a monster truck full of rottweilers to find a coach who’s 100 percent invested in his athletes.
Almost 100 people sent us stories of virtuosity in the week after we asked for submissions, and each was inspiring in its own way.
We heard about trainers who have changed lives, athletes who have overcome huge obstacles to find fitness, and communities that exhibit strength measured in something other than pounds… Continue Reading
October 22, 2014
Style advice for the athletic man.
Stylist Catherine Bachelier Smith has a message for men over 35: Your clothes are too big.
“Most men over 35 wear their clothes a size or two too big,” she said. “Fitted clothes make you look thinner and younger.”
Even the young and perfectly sculpted walk around in ill-fitting clothes because most off-the-rack garments are not designed to fit the traps, lats, quads and glutes of CrossFit athletes.
“Good… Continue Reading