The 2015 CrossFit Open is Over…Now What?

There’s no question that for the last five weeks, most of the CrossFit community has placed its focus on the Open. For 95% of the athletes in this sport, the Open serves as our Games—so we treat each workout with a renewed mentality and work ethic. Now that it’s over, an athlete might feel a … Read more

WIN CROSSOVER SYMMETRY’S H.I.I.T. SOLO PACKAGE

This contest is now closed. WIN  CROSSOVER SYMMETRY’S H.I.I.T. SOLO PACKAGE The secret to healthier, stronger shoulders! H.I.I.T SOLO package is designed for individuals to enhance shoulder health and performance. Whether your goals are to set overhead PR’s or just looking for relief from pain, the H.I.I.T system can help. The H.I.I.T SOLO package features … Read more

A Recap of 15.5 + Some Tips From the Pros

Last night, the biggest news from the live announcement of 15.5 was this: no burpees. In fact, no burpees at all in the 2015 Open—a first in the history of the competition. Who would have predicted that? Before Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, Sam Briggs and Annie Thorisdottir—the three most recent victors of the CrossFit Games—took to the … Read more

5 Interesting Facts From the CrossFit Games Leaderboard—Week 4

1. Annie Thorisdottir is back Iceland Annie made her competitive return to CrossFit last year after injuring her back during the 2013 season, removing her from contention to compete at the Games. Demonstrating her capabilities as an elite athlete, the 25-year-old Thorisdottir finished 2nd at the 2014 Games, and also competed for Team Europe during … Read more

Predicting 15.5—Week 5 of the CrossFit Games Open

Four down. One to go. CrossFit athletes across the world have spent the last four weeks wall ballin’, muscle-up’n and clean and jerkin’ their way through the 5th annual CrossFit Games Open. There have been surprises and tears, blood spilled and sweat given. Ripped palms and bruised egos. Unvanquished spirits and undeniable victories. With one … Read more