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Rob Orlando Completes One Armed Fran!

Rob Orlando does Fran using only a single arm!

7 Tips to Improve your Willpower for Crossfit Training & Healthy Eating

Ever struggle with sticking to a healthy diet or keeping those new year training resolutions? The "5 second rule" (number 3) is a life saver!

Road to The Games – Cookville Camp with Rich Froning & Co

The fitness and mental strength of the top Crossfit athletes is tested to the limits at Cookeville camp. Check out Episode 1 here: Road to The...

7 Reasons Why you Need a Coach and a Training Plan

If you’re still wondering whether or not to get a coach and a professional training plan, then stop right here and have a look at these seven reasons first.

How to Make Faster Progress in Crossfit Training

Think back to when you were growing up, did your mum or dad ever tell you “don’t pull faces - if the wind changes then you’ll be stuck like that forever”?

7 Nutritional Changes that Will Help You Lose Weight

If you want to lose weight then re-prioritising your nutrition is the essential first step. Here is how to get started.

7 Essential Tips for Muscle Recovery and Pain Relief

From wearable tech such as the iTENS to ice baths and mobility work, there are many ways to improve your recovery and manage any pain you feel. Time to optimise your progress.

4 Reasons Why You Need a Crossfit Rival – Who is Yours?

Batman and the Joker, Ali and Frazier, Superman and Lex Luthor. Every great hero needs a nemesis to push them further and raise their game. So who is your Crossfit rival?

Tips for Crossfitters – How to Get your First Bar Muscle Up

The Bar Muscle Up is a tough exercise to get right! Use these technique tips and watch out for these common problems to avoid and you will get there in no time.

Why Your Shoulder is a Mess – Chronic Pain And Overuse

There are just two ways to get hurt. Number one, you can have an accident. With an accident you know exactly the moment it happens. There is an incident (i.e. a fall, collision, etc.), a pain that accompanies it and you yell! This type of pain is referred to as acute pain.
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