First 2020 CrossFit Games Changes Announced

Though many are still dissecting what we witnessed in a very transitional year at the 2019 CrossFit Games, we did get some breaking news and a glimpse into what we can expect at next year’s big event. Armen Hammer, a popular CrossFit commentator on YouTube, heard it directly from Greg Glassman himself. The change announced … Read more

CrossFit Games To Eliminate Title Sponsor After 2020

Greg Glassman announced yet another shift in the CrossFit Games world when he spoke with Julie Foucher, four-time Games competitor, on her podcast last week. Glassman told Foucher that the Games will not have a title sponsor when the contract with Reebok is up. Reebok has been the main sponsor of the Games since 2011, … Read more

Free Preview: Inside the Cole Sager Issue

He’s one of the fiercest, most humble competitors you’ll find at the CrossFit Games. In this issue, get to know the 6x CrossFit Games athlete, Cole Sager. Also in this issue: how to incorporate aspects of the bodybuilding world to help you reach your goals, correcting muscle imbalances, an analysis of the ‘new’ CrossFit Games, … Read more

Is It Too Late To Train For the Open?

If you’re wondering if it’s too late to start training for the Open, the answer is no. Why are we even discussing the Open in August? Well, this year the Open start October 10th! Training With just over 60 days before the Open begins, you can see a drastic improvement in fitness by implementing an … Read more

CrossFit Trainer Fined For Talking About Nutrition

It’s undeniable that nutrition is one of the most important aspects of health and fitness. With so much contradicting information on what foods we should be putting into our bodies, many people often turn to the trainers and fitness experts they trust most. Affiliates and health coaches across the world have successfully lead weight loss … Read more

10 Dumbbell Workouts to Improve Your Strength, Endurance, & Mind

The dumbbell is getting more and more love in the CrossFit world these days – and rightfully so, we’d say. It all started somewhere around 2013 when Dave Castro programmed ‘The 100s’ at Regionals; the workout consisted of 100 alternating one-arm dumbbell snatches at 70 lbs for the men and 50 for the women. Now, every … Read more