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CrossFit unites its global community in the fight against catastrophic children’s illnesses. Chris Cooper reports.
It costs US$1.9 million to turn the lights on every morning and run St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for a day. Some celebrities contribute, but the majority of donations are just from average folks around the world. Incredibly, 70 percent of all donations made to St. Jude are for $30 or less.
Thirty bucks isn’t much, and… Continue Reading
April 03, 2013
More and more seniors are using CrossFit to ensure the golden years are rich with vitality. Marty Cej reports.
First, Lu Quast talks about about the cancer and the knee surgeries. Then she talks about about the back injury, which happened first but so long ago the accident can be told with a smile slipping into her voice.
She fell from a ladder when painting a ceiling. She picked herself up and carried on but… Continue Reading
Fight Club was the beginning. Now it’s moved out of the basement and the box. It’s called The Chaos League.
You live in an orderly society for the most part. You are brought up learning rules and regulations for almost every situation. Obeying those rules, even mastering them, determines to a large degree how well you will navigate within the structures of society.
Order is good. Order is predictable. Order builds… Continue Reading
On Episode 263 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed Hope for Kenya project leader Dallin Frampton, as well as Justin Bergh, general manager of the CrossFit Games. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013.
The Words of Wisdom are from the CrossFit Albuquerque blog: Advice on Approaching the CrossFit Total.
4:25 Dallin Frampton is the owner of new affiliate CrossFit Spearhead, and he’s also… Continue Reading
February 06, 2013
Trainer Anna Woods reports great success adapting the CrossFit program to clients with disabilities, whose PRs are measured not in seconds or pounds but improved daily function.
When I tell people I am a CrossFit trainer, the first assumption is that I work with skilled athletes. And I usually respond that I work with a different kind of athlete. I train athletes with more determination, fearlessness, ability and competitiveness than most… Continue Reading
Emily Beers convinces her mother to try CrossFit and experiences the trials and rewards of raising a new athlete.
I’ll never forget the moment her CrossFit life was conceived.
My mother phoned me up, hesitated a moment, interrupted and then blurted, “Em I think I think I’m ready to try CrossFit.”
I had been trying for months, but to no avail. At one point, I was so desperate I tried more artificial ways to get the… Continue Reading
On Episode 258 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed CrossFitter Yvetta Ripley and CrossFit New Zealand owner Darren Ellis. This episode was webcast live at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013.
The Words of Wisdom are from Doug Chapman of CrossFit Ann Arbor/Hyperfit USA. In Being Consistent, Chapman explains how important consistency is to training and any other endeavor in which you desire success.
4:52… Continue Reading
Gary Roberts is back.
In this episode of Killing the Fat Man—called “Embracing It Forever”—Roberts is finishing his Level 1 seminar in Oahu, Hawaii.
“It taught me there’s still a freakin’ whole world of stuff I need to learn and master and practice,” he says of the seminar.
Then he adds: “I think I’m gonna do a muscle-up right now.”
To the cheers of many in attendance, Roberts finally nails his first muscle-up after a few tries.
“CrossFit, for… Continue Reading