“I needed to get injured to work on my biggest weakness.” - Sara Sigmundsdottir CHECK out the first 2 episodes of FITAIDs Documentary on Sara Sigmundsdottir as she trains for the 2018 CrossFit Games.
How does a 4X CrossFit champion train? Men’s Health and BUILT WITH CHOCOLATE MILK spent 24 hours with Rich Froning to get an exclusive look at the real work he puts in day-in and day-out. For Rich, it includes high-protein meals, lots of sweat, play time with his daughter and proper recovery with chocolate milk. Learn more at www.builtwithchocolatemilk.com.
Here is an advanced Gymnastics EMOM that Michael Hernandez did the other day (instagram: @i_am_nox). Give it a try and be sure to scale this to ensure intensity, and so it doesn't become an amrap. Enjoy.
What is the Problem with CF. According to this video, the problem with CrossFit is that it doesn't stay true to its definition. Check it out below to hear the full explanation.
There are certain numbers you need if you want to be competitive in the sport of CrossFit. In the most recent episode of the podcast, we’re talking about the idea of “strong enough”—the weightlifting numbers you need to advance to Regionals, or qualify and be a serious contender at the Games. What is strong enough?⠀ _⠀If you want to be competitive in the Open, the price of admission is a 245/175# snatch and a 315/215# clean & jerk. To contend at Regionals, you’ve got to be snatching 265# and have a clean & jerk around 325#. If you don’t have those...