Education

  • How to Add in a Mobility WOD

    While 95 percent of recreational CrossFitters might understand they should do more mobility, Dallin Frampton said the question is how to actually approach it. “What...

  • Run this Town with an Endurance Program

    Running is a hobby that doesn’t happen overnight. Just like CrossFit, it takes a special dedication. At San Francisco CrossFit, Coach Nate Helming has created...

  • Q&A: Creating a Nutrition Challenge

    Fourteen nutrition challenges later, CrossFit Charlottesville’s Scott Linton, the general manager, has plenty of advice to share on how to run a successful challenge. BP: What...

  • Consistent Education

    Every one of your Coaches has their Level 1, but what’s next? Continuing education is important, but choosing the route of what to pursue can...

  • Keep Calm and Learn On

    The industry is evolving, and Case Belcher aims to change with it through educating his Coaches. “We have milestones we want the Coaches to hit,”...

  • Q&A on Building a Nutrition Program

    Robby Gustin, the head nutrition coach at CrossFit South Bend, shares about the gym’s nutrition program. BP: What nutrition program options do you offer? RG: For...

  • Athletic Blood Profiles

    Blood panels are commonly associated with visits to a primary care physician, or something that only comes into play when you are sick. Doctors have...

  • Learning the Gymnastics Ropes

    Gymnastics stands in the middle of Greg Glassman’s pyramid, and by reinforcing it in your Box you will ensure your members are becoming well-rounded athletes....

  • Q&A: Nutritionist vs. Dietitian

    Caitlin McKee is a registered dietitian at Block CrossFit in Redlands, California. She breaks down the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian. BP: How...

  • NapTown’s 92 Days of Wellness

    The hot topic around CrossFit NapTown for the coming few months will be nutrition. Manager and lead coach at Naptown, Hudson Wikoff, said the Box...

  • The Pursuit of Education

    There are constantly new certifications, seminars and trainings to pursue in CrossFit. It can be at times overwhelming for Coaches and owners to determine what...

  • Mastery of the Business

    There are 15 rowers at CrossFit Los Angeles, each named after a member that’s been at the gym for eight years or more. And now...

  • Hunkering Down for the Holidays

    In 2015, CrossFit East Bay held a holiday challenge that ran from Thanksgiving to Christmas. “That seems to be the time when it’s easiest to...

  • Following the Leader

    What exactly is a leader? For Charlie Sims, the owner of CrossFit Regeneration, there were two definitions: A leader is one who has a follower....

  • High-Intensity, Low Impact

    CrossFit Boxes and WODs are known for high-intensity, grueling regimens that push individuals to accomplish more and become stronger, physically and mentally. The regular challenges...