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“I don’t want to get bulky” apparently affects women even at the most elite levels of sports. I just finished reading this article from the New York Times (“Tennis’s Top Women Balance Body Image With Quest for Success“), and it just made me frustrated. So I’ll do my best to explain why it churned up […]

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by Matt Bosack   With as much Shoulder to Overhead movement as performed in CrossFit, you’d think people would spend more time working on returning the bar safely, but for some reason, I’m still seeing people at competitions nearly rip their arms out of their sockets as they bring the weight crashes down with little […]

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by Matt Bosack   It’s been a couple weeks since the 2015 CrossFit Open has officially concluded, and I’ve had some time to reflect on the WODs and my very mediocre performance. I also get to revel in the fact that I am free from the hell that was five weeks of gymnastics and high […]

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By Justin Gold   Track athletes will argue this with me, but I’m gonna go ahead and say it — the 400 Meter Dash is the ultimate race. From the physical aspect, you are working to maintain top sprint speed over the longest sprint distance. From the mental aspect, you are trying to push as […]

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by Matt Bosack   Man, do I love watching the men’s 105kg session from the 2014 World Weightlifting Championships in Almaty. Three successful clean and jerks at the end of the session. Three world records set. Amazing. The first thing I wanted to do was go out and lift heavy stuff.   A similar kind […]