Karyn Marshall picked up CrossFit a year and a half ago. And in just that short timespan Karyn qualified for the 55-60 Masters Division at the CrossFit Games. But shortly after the Games, Karyn’s life totally changed. Find out what happened and with Karyn’s fight here.
CrossFit Gonzaga is an after-school program for kids from the Gonzaga College High School run by CrossFit Oldtown Coach Kevin Hare. Watch the video to learn how to do some weighted pull-ups and just how important CrossFit can be for kids.
Marcie Wells out of CrossFit Coastal is competing in the 2012 CrossFit Games Open. She qualified for Regionals in 60th place at the age of 39. This year Marcie will be 40 and she talks about competing as an older athlete who’s not quite a Master yet here.
Last night CrossFit unveiled a new Hero WOD, “Zimmerman“. It’s a brutal 25-minute AMRAP of chest-to-bar pull-ups, heavy deadlifts, and handstand push-ups. Check out how the boys and gals of District CrossFit handled the workout.
Steve Pinkerton gives us a tour of CrossFit Vitality, hands down one of the nicest CrossFit boxes in the country. Check out the turf, the offices, and the mirrors…? Yep. Even CrossFit boxes have them. Go on the tour here.
Irving Hernandez holds down two jobs, trains twice a day, and has a family to take care. Despite all that Irving is looking to improve upon his 8th place finish at last year’s CrossFit Games Southeast Regionals. Oh yea, Irving also has a sub-2:00 Fran. Learn more about Irving here.
That’s the mantra of CrossFit Football Seminar leader Raphael Ruiz. In the latest video from the CrossFit Journal Raphael talks about the most important factors in athletic performance and how they can translate to on-field success. Watch the video here!
Mike Riepenhoff started out skeptical about CrossFit. But after a few weeks at CrossFit Atlanta he and his wife have become an integral part of the community. With a newborn child they take turns CrossFit and child-rearing in order to find a balance to make it all work. Learn more about Mike’s journey here.
Scott Horton was in a downward spiral until he found CrossFit. Eventual CrossFit Liberation founder Atom Ziniewicz would train Scott out of his garage until the box was up and running. And now Scott is too. Learn more about his story here.
Matt Ramsey out of CrossFit Rubicon is participating in the Open. He also only has one leg. Being a wounded veteran hasn’t stopped Matt from working out or showcasing what he can do, hoping that it will inspire other amputees out there. You can watch more of Matt’s story here.