There are 19 articles in this month.
July 31, 2015
The individual PDF articles published in July 2015 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio posts are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
“Virtuosity 9: Heroes” - Wray
“Locking It Down” - Kilgore
“Analyzing the Handstand Position” - Long and Iskat
“Behind the Beasts” - Brian
“Human Defense System” - Smith
“Sickly Sweet” - Saline
July 31, 2015
San Francisco becomes first city to require warning labels on soda while local university seeks long-term deal to put sugary beverages in front of students.
It’s in our homes; it’s in our universities. It lurks in the corners of our children’s schools, and it won our loyalty with its pocketbook and a mountain of sugar.
It’s Big Soda, and it’s got us right where it wants us: addicted.
Recently, San Francisco decided to do something about it.
CrossFit Defense shows Theresa Smith she already has the tools she needs to defend herself.
Like many other CrossFit gyms, Raise the Bar CrossFit in Ontario, Oregon, is in an industrial area.
We want our members to be able to work out in a place where they can be themselves, and industrial areas are home to large warehouse spaces where weights can be dropped and music played loudly at all… Continue Reading
In March 2014, Richard Beddie—CEO of the Exercise Association of New Zealand and spokesperson for the New Zealand Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs)—made unfounded claims in the media that CrossFit training has caused deaths.
“CrossFit has resulted in six deaths overseas and rendered an Australian man paraplegic,” Beddie told Stuff.com.nz. Beddie later denied making the statement, though the reporter who quoted him asserted she had been entirely accurate.
Not… Continue Reading
July 25, 2015
CrossFit Pottstown in Pennsylvania is part of Pottstown Athletic Club, a non-profit youth organization. The affiliate provides an alternative outlet for troubled youths who may not be able to afford to participate in traditional sports.
CrossFit Pottstown and the Pottstown Health and Wellness Foundation partnered up to develop a mutually beneficial relationship within the community. David Kraybill, president of the Health and Wellness Foundation, is happy with the outcome thus far.
The brawl between Northern California and Southern California commenced May 21 at the Del Mar Arena in Del Mar, California.
In the women’s competition, eight previous Games competitors were fighting for return spots alongside 32 hungry athletes hoping to get their first shot. Eyes were on Rebecca Voigt, who was aiming to set a record by qualifying for her eighth consecutive Games, and Lindsey Valenzuela, who wanted to reclaim a spot at the StubHub Center… Continue Reading
The Meridian Regional brought Europe and Africa together in Ballerup, Denmark, from May 29 to 31.
A group of strong Icelandic women were poised to dominate the podium, and many bet on two-time Games champion Annie Thorisdottir to win. Instead, rookie Icelander Sara Sigmundsdottir handily topped the regional by collecting 38 points more than second-placed Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir. Despite starting the weekend with an Event 1 win, Thorisdottir sat in unfamiliar territory in third place… Continue Reading