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January 22, 2011

As many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:

run 200m
20 wall balls
10 push ups

It has long been our contention, our observation, that people’s needs differ by degree not kind. Olympic athletes and our grandparents both need to fulfill their potentials for cardiorespiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, speed, power, coordination, accuracy, balance, and agility. One is looking for functional dominance the other for functional competence. Competence and dominance manifest and optimize through identical physiological mechanisms. We scale our program by altering rest, load, intensity, etc. while utilizing the same tools (exercises) for everyone whenever possible.  -Greg Glassman, CrossFit Founder- Read full article here.

Pregnancy for an Elite Competitor: Part 2” with Tanya Wagner, CrossFit Journal preview video [wmv] [mov]

How do you train for an Ironman competition? According to Brian MacKenzie of CrossFit Endurance, it doesn’t have to take long distances or long time commitments. CrossFit Endurance is trying to create a different kind of endurance athlete. While traditional long-distance training is effective, it is not the only way to train for endurance events…click here for more at CrossFit Journal.

The best job goes to the person who can get it done without passing the buck or coming back with excuses. -Napoleon Hill

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