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Staff at Cannon School set an example for their students as CrossFit is set to become part of the elementary curriculum in 2015.
At 16 years old, Meredith Davis (then Wittman) was strong.
A ballerina of 12 years, her thick, sinewy thighs propelled her nimbly across the floor as music swelled overhead. Her back muscles rippling as she extended in a graceful arch, she looked to her instructors for approval.
“‘Your legs look like tree trunks… Continue Reading
The school is also home to TWS CrossFit. When Smith accepted the job at the prep school, a Wellington parent who does CrossFit reached out to ask how CrossFit would be implemented into the athletics program.
“(The parent) gave us some restricted funds… Continue Reading
On Sept. 14, CrossFit Poipu hosted a trail-run fundraiser to sponsor local youth into the gym’s CrossFit Kids program.
“This whole event is being put together so we can raise money for kids over here to be able to come do CrossFit for free. A lot of (the kids) come from rough homes. We pull them off the street and get them in the gym, and it changes their lives,” says Aaron Hoff, owner of the affiliate in Kauai, Hawaii.
The event’s… 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.
September 29, 2014
Alison Patenaude presents a CrossFit Kids game based on an old favorite.
Rock beats scissors.
Scissors beat paper.
Paper beats rock.
Kids beat obesity.
Parents who want their kids to be active sign them up for sports, but early specialization and pressure to perform often take young athletes out of the game for life.
Are athletes made by playing or training?
At the 2014 NHL Scouting Combine, Sam Bennett couldn’t do a pull-up. The 17-year-old faced criticism from various media outlets, but none were able to say why he should be able to do a pull-up. Without an objectively… Continue Reading
September 01, 2014
Mikki Lee Martin explains how CrossFit Kids has made interval training both fun and effective for young athletes.
As a kid, I spent every afternoon playing with intervals—10 minutes of freeze tag, 10 minutes climbing a tree, five minutes of cartwheels—then maybe a game of kickball.
The activities, and the versions of activities I dabbled with, were endless and always fun. My fun.
The sad reality is that this type of… Continue Reading
On Episode 328 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Jeff Martin of CrossFit Kids. This episode was webcast on April 30, 2014.
3:42 Jeff Martin began by talking about the growth of CrossFit Kids since 2004 and gave advice to affiliate owners who currently work with kids or would like to do so in the future. While CrossFit Kids is a fitness program, Martin explained how it benefits children in their… Continue Reading