Nine Ways to Avoid Being a Vile Visitor

By Brittney Saline – April 5th, 2018 If you don’t have a different affiliate T-shirt for each day of the week, do you even CrossFit? However much we claim to hate burpees, CrossFit athletes will be damned if we go on a business trip or vacation without hitting up the local box. And most affiliates…

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New Lungs, New Life

By Emily Beers – March 30th, 2018 On Oct. 3, 2016, Travis Blau received the call he had been desperately awaiting: He was getting a new pair of lungs. “I was so weak then. When they took me to the hospital (for the surgery), I had to be carried to the car. I remember thinking,…

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Earned Organic Armor Withstands 40 MPH Car Strike

By Andréa Maria Cecil – March 18th, 2018 Rileigh Denis’ husband believed he had just watched his wife get killed. “I pretty much instantly arrived at the point where I was convinced she was dead.” Seconds earlier, he had been walking no more than 2 feet behind Rileigh, to her right, while they crossed a…

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Cancer Survivor Vs. Bone-Building Wife in 2018 Open

In December 2014, Barb Brady was diagnosed with osteoporosis. In 2015, she suffered a spinal fracture of the eighth thoracic vertebra (T8). “There was no acute injury. I didn’t fall or anything, but I ended up with a spontaneous fracture,” said Brady, now 67. “It took nearly a year to get through the pain.” …

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Changing Course: No More Nursing Home

By Emily Beers – February 10th, 2018 Looking after her grandchildren was stressful for Marguerite Cesarone. “I couldn’t get down on the floor to play with them,” she said. “Watching them made for long days.” At the time, 5-foot-4 Cesarone weighed 220 lb., was experiencing a host of health troubles and was on numerous drugs.…

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How Steve Ludwig Fixed His Blood Pressure

By Emily Beers – February 2nd, 2018 Steve Ludwig’s doctor said it would take a long time for Ludwig to reverse his high blood pressure and cholesterol. The doctor was wrong. “At one point, I was in hypertensive crisis. My blood pressure got as high as 190/140, which is just insane. I even had to…

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Doctor Feels Good

By Hilary Achauer – January 29th, 2018 It was 2010, and 38-year-old Dr. Neil Kanterman had been trying to get into shape since 2004. He’d join a gym, and once inside he’d run on the treadmill and make an attempt to use the weight machines. He didn’t know what he was doing and nobody was…

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How to Start CrossFit

– December 31st, 2017 Want to change your life with fitness? You can. All you have to do is start CrossFit. We’ve made it easy to take the first steps to improved health and fitness. Below, you’ll find everything you need to get going, whether you want to train with a group in an affiliate,…

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Why we should read more… and it’s not what you think

At school I hated reading… really, it felt like it was a waste of time. Why when I could watch the same story in the form of a movie. Learn the same information in the form of a documentary and just spend that time doing things that I actually like doing. The strange thing though,…

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