CrossFit Games athlete, Ben Smith, does CrossFit.com workout of the day for Thursday, March 30, 2017, which includes 9-7-5 reps for time of: Muscle-ups & 135-lb. squat snatches.
Kara Webb set the event record on Squat Clean Pyramid at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games, blazing through multiple reps on five barbells from 165-215 lb. in a mere 5 minutes and 17 seconds.
In “Fittest on Earth: A Decade of Fitness,” Pat Sherwood had a few things to say about Webb’s stunning display of strength and athleticism: “I couldn’t keep up with her on that thing at the same weights,” he said. “And I don’t know if you think you can, but I’m here to tell you you can’t. Not even close.”
Two of the film’s producers, Heber Cannon and Ian Wittenber, decided to test Sherwood’s theory. Watch as they race through the ladder alongside a video of Webb’s record-setting performance.
Achieving your first muscle-up marks a certain point on every’s Crossfitters journey. This infographic explains a a step-by-step approach to muscle-ups.
Don’t think lifting weights is for the ladies? Think again. Get 30 scientifically-backed reasons to start strength training — or keep at it — in the infographic below.
All the girls in one infographic, divided into three categories: body weight, mixed, and get heavy with barbells.
Did you know that there are over 100 push up variations? This infographic breaks down each push-up by beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels to give you a better understanding.
CrossFit – and the CrossFit Games especially – can be overwhelming to the uninitiated. Here’s a cheat sheet to help you understand some of the most iconic CrossFit movements and terminology, along with tips for seasoned CrossFitters.