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25th October 2014

WCCF and Virtuosity.

WCCF And Virtuosity.   In 2005, Greg Classman penned an open letter to all of the CrossFit coaches of the time. In this he described and promoted virtuosity, defined in gymnastics as “performing the common, uncommonly well.”   In gymnastics, if you executed the perfect routine you would not get the perfect 10, you would […]

21st October 2014

What all crossfitters should know.

CrossFit Theory CrossFit is an evidence-based fitness program. Meaningful statements about safety, efficacy and efficiency — the three most important and interdependent facets of any fitness program — can be supported only by measurable, observable, and repeatable facts, (i.e., data). The CrossFit methodology depends on full disclosure of methods, results and criticisms, and we’ve employed […]

14th October 2014

The Caldwell and Ribbans Head to Head

Tensions had been mounting over the last couple of months, words and comments were passed between each party. Yet no one was prepared for what might have happened on Friday. Denise Caldwell and Hannah Ribbans found themselves as the only two who had booked in to the famous FF-Friday session. Like the Briggs – Leblanc […]

14th October 2014

Go Hard and Go Home

I used to deliver the Programming Lecture at CrossFit Level I Seminars. One of the last evolutions stuck in my head, a conversation I had immediately post-lecture. After going through six days of well-balanced workouts, aimed specifically at general physical preparation, the cornerstone of the CrossFit method, I was approached by an aspiring Games competitor. […]

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