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We challenge you to improve your mental fitness by reading our Founder and CEO’s CrossFit Journal articles.
“When we explained that we thought our workouts were so effective that if we were to post one every day, someone would eventually find them, try them, have great results, and come back and tell friends, the dot-comers laughed heartily and condescendingly chortled, ‘Ahhhh, the old grassroots approach!’”
Greg Glassman wrote that in the 2005 CrossFit Journal article “www.crossfit.com.”
On Feb. 10, 2001, the first workout of the day went up on… Continue Reading
Updated Aug. 18 to correct stats for chronic disease in the United States and worldwide, 2014 stats for deaths in the United States due to chronic disease, and CDC estimates on the number of diabetics in 2050.
Updated Aug. 29 to clarify medical expenditures related to treating the chronically diseased.
Adapted from CrossFit Founder and CEO Greg Glassman’s Level 1 Certificate Course lectures Feb. 27, 2016, in San… Continue Reading
In 2016, we celebrate the 10th edition of the CrossFit Games—the ultimate proving grounds for the world’s fittest athletes.
On the pages of this special retrospective, you’ll find stories and images that explain how the Games grew from a small gathering of athletes in 2007 into an event that now fills stadiums and can be watched live on ESPN.
We’ve also provided a host of detailed stats and records that showcase the amazing… Continue Reading
When a pegboard showed up in Event 12 of the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, a lot of people were shocked.
That’s a weird reaction by any follower of a sport in which competitors sign up to face the “unknown and unknowable,” but it’s even weirder when you consider CrossFit’s Founder and CEO wrote about pegboards back in 2002.
In the second issue of the CrossFit Journal, Greg Glassman listed and sourced all the equipment a person would need to turn a garage into a “world-class strength and conditioning facility.” The article, … Continue Reading
Dogs have been a part of CrossFit from the very beginning. Photographer Michael Brian puts his lens on the descendants of Athena, the original CrossFit dog.
Photos started regularly appearing beside the CrossFit.com WOD in May 2003. Shortly thereafter, the small CrossFit community outside Coach Greg Glassman’s gym in Santa Cruz was introduced to Athena the pit bull.
Athena regularly appeared beside athletes who were doing all the… Continue Reading
On Episode 252 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed inspiring athlete and CrossFit success story Holly Rose. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012.
The Words of Wisdom are from Coach Greg Glassman. In his CrossFit Journal article Virtuosity, CrossFit’s founder explained how mastery of fundamentals should be the focus of all CrossFit programming… Continue Reading
Old-school CrossFitter Darrell “Bingo” White explains why Bob Harper reminds him how much he loves CrossFit.
Bob Harper is my new favorite CrossFitter. Seriously. That Bob Harper.
How can that possibly be, you say? How can you possibly consider Harper your favorite CrossFitter? It’s easy, actually. Harper is my new favorite CrossFitter because he’s experiencing the “good old days” in CrossFit, and who didn’t love the good old days?
I love Harper… Continue Reading
E.M. Burton muses on the nature of the CrossFit box.
A CrossFit box can contain an infinite variety of occupations, of uses, if not unknown and unknowable at least unpredictable.
The archetype of a CrossFit box, the original from which all others are derived, is the garage gym, the formal and practical requirements of which were outlined by Greg Glassman in seminal CrossFit Journal articles The Garage Gym and Garage Gym… Continue Reading