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You have to do Fran today.
Stop reading, close your eyes and really think about that for a moment.
Note the freefall feeling in your chest, the sweaty palms and the subtle changes in your breathing.
Now consider this statement:
You have to do Fran in less than 12 minutes today.
I bet you suddenly don’t feel… Continue Reading
Undefeated in litigation, CF-RRG continues to defend the CrossFit community and improve service to policyholders.
Since 2009, CrossFit Risk Retention Group (CF-RRG) has stood behind affiliates and trainers.
A community-owned insurance company, CF-RRG provides all insurance requirements in affiliate licensing agreements and fulfills CrossFit Kids requirements. CF-RRG also provides personal-trainer policies for independent Level 1 CrossFit Certificate holders.
Last year was very strong, and 2016 has already brought notable successes… 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
Chad Blanchard, 30, is headed to the 2016 Atlantic Regional after putting drugs and prison behind him.
Blanchard—a member of Nepa CrossFit in Plains, Pennsylvania—spent five years in jail for selling and using cocaine. He says the conviction was tough on his family, but they always remained supportive. While in prison, Blanchard saw the CrossFit Games on ESPN, and the competition piqued his interest.
“I remember going to the gym the… Continue Reading
CrossFit funds construction of life-changing dam in Rabai, Kenya.
Since 2011, CrossFit Inc. and its affiliates have participated in starting and finishing school buildings, constructing pit latrines, nailing desks together, and celebrating success stories with community elders in various villages in Africa. Affiliates and CrossFitters around the world fund the projects by donating through Hope for Kenya.
This recent trip, CrossFit’s 12th expedition, was… Continue Reading
Colleen Baz presents CrossFit’s DeCO’s program for the Girls Athletic Leadership School.
In 2014, CrossFit DeCO began its relationship with the Girls Athletic Leadership School. GALS is a unique school with its curriculum rooted in the importance of movement and the mind-body connection. Four days a week we are teaching this group of teenage girls how to move well and how to feel confident. What we couldn’t have imagined was how CrossFit would… Continue Reading
This video “is a complex story about personal transformation, self-discovery and how one man’s journey to find a sense of belonging would in essence give him purpose,” producer Torin Simpson explains.
Costa has faced many challenges in his life, including moving from Portugal to the United States at a young age, overcoming… Continue Reading
The NCAA says its regulation for strength coaches is aimed at benefiting and protecting athletes. Others say the motives aren’t so noble.
When the National Collegiate Athletic Association passed legislation in 2014 tightening requirements for Division 1 strength-and-conditioning coaches, it drew suspicion.
The regulation requires all Division 1 strength-and-conditioning coaches to hold a nationally accredited certification, with athlete safety and a desire to meet athletes’ performance needs… Continue Reading