You know what sucks? Knee Pain. Knee injuries are incredibly common in strength sports, endurance, and even simple active lifestyles. The knees are a weird joint with a lot going on, but an injury here can mean serious time out and we all know that nothing is worse for your progress than an injury. CrossFit […]
CrossFit isn’t known for bicep curls. The majority of a Crossfit workout program is based on the idea that functional, compound movements should make up the majority of your training. The problem here is that many newcomers want to focus on arms and other show muscles. This is totally fine – there’s nothing wrong with […]
There are no strong people with weak backs. The muscles of the back – from the traps to the glutes – are essential for performance in CrossFit. Everything from weightlifting to gymnastics or even strongman exercise will require a strong back and great control. Today, we’re going to discuss some of the best, simplest ways […]
CrossFit’s variety of demands and types of exercise – all rolled into one – means that there are some big benefits to being properly prepared. This means having all the essential kit, as well as a few things that add real ‘bang for your buck’ to your training experience. Today, we’re going to provide a […]
Your nutrition needs the same effort and attention that you put into your training. If you want to get good at CrossFit, you need to cover a variety of athletic characteristics. Zone dieting isn’t going to be enough to reach your potential. You need to be pro-active to ensure you’re getting the very best from […]
Battle ropes are quickly becoming one of the biggest fitness trends. For those who are not familiar with this piece of equipment, battle ropes are thick ropes that are either looped around a pole or anchored with a strap. You can use these ropes for individual exercises, as a finisher, or complete an entire battle […]
Regardless of what your workout plan or regimen is, nutrition always plays an extremely important role in it. It’s especially true with CrossFit nutrition. Why? Because CrossFit involves intensive training sessions that require lots of energy. And we all know well that to generate this energy, our body needs food.