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Many of you have been thrilled with the results of our Programming, and have mentioned that you’d really like to learn a little bit more about our approach to program design. In response to these requests, we’ve prepared a presentation that provides some insight into one of the key principles we use when designing our programming – the principle of periodization.
Many, MANY thanks to CrossFit TT’s own Adam Ruhland for putting together this great compilation of CrossFit TT athletes in action at this past weekend’s Winter Throwdown. Check out more of his work at the link below. Crossfit TT – Community and Competition from Adam Ruhland on Vimeo.
We say this in class all the time: we really want people to start working on getting their double unders. And there is only one way to do this, and it’s to start working on double unders, one attempt at a time. Again and again and again. You’re never going to learn how to do […]
Look what Santa Claus brought, a few months early! More toys we can use to torture ourselves with! If you watched the 2010 Crossfit Games, you’ll understand the importance of knowing how to climb a rope, using both your arms and your legs. One of the last elements in the final WOD was a 20 […]
Pay special attention to the starting position of the deadlift … click through to watch the video.
There are 2 basic kettlebell swings: 1) Russian Swing = swing to eye level 2) American Swing = swing it all the way overhead. If you’re new to Crossfit and are just doing kettlebell swings for the first time, we’ll generally start you out with the Russian Swing, and then bump you up to the […]
Just because you’re off to Jamaica doesn’t mean you’re excused from Crossfit. Jason Khalipa, winner of the 2008 CF Games, shows how it is entirely possible to get in a great WOD in the comfort of a regular old hotel fitness center.
If you’re a little confused by the all the different “cleans” we’ve been doing, you’re taking a step in the right direction: you’ve noticed that there are, in fact, differences! There are 2 main differences: 1) where you start with the bar, and 2) where you land with the bar. Everything else is the same. […]
A good jump rope of your own is just one of those things that you need to have. Not only can you take it with you anywhere you go and add it into any travel WOD, but having a rope that 1) you’re used to, 2) comfortable with, 3) not afraid of, and which has […]