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01.30.13
Bullied No More: Rocky Moses
“You can start out anywhere--a completely nerdy, awkward, out-of-shape kid--and you can change yourself through hard work. It just takes time, dedication and discipline." If you’ve...
01.29.13
On His Way Back: Chase Daniels
"I'm happy with how I finished, but more than anything, just being out there with all the guys — there's nothing like it. It's a huge motivational push, and I want to do everything in my power...
01.26.13
Announcing the Online Judges Course
If you are interested in becoming a Regional judge, or you're an Affiliate Manager validating Open workouts, you must pass the online course and be an active judge in the Open. CrossFit is...
01.24.13
Becoming Stronger: Marylin Rojas
"In competition, you do what you know ... the more concentrated you are, the better. It is so not worth worrying about the capabilities of your opponents, and if they are better or worse, the...
01.23.13
2010 Affiliate Cup champs, CrossFit Fort Vancouver, made a trip down to Aromas, Calif., from Vancouver, Wash., to take on the Big Bob Winter Challenge. Joining Ute CrossFit, Fort Vancouver beat the...
01.23.13
What was your favorite workout in the 2012 CrossFit Games Open? What do you not want to see in this year's Open?  Are you ready for the Open? Registration for the Open starts January 30.
01.21.13
Giving Everything She Has: Rebecca Clingersmith
"I was shocked to see the difference a couple of reps can make in the standings. I will make sure to leave it all on the table this year." Rebecca Clingersmith’s third-place finish at...
01.18.13
Looking Forward: Talayna Fortunato
"I feel flattered that people would say (I can dethrone Annie Thorisdottir). I feel there are a few women out there who can challenge Annie this year, and I think I'm one of them." Last...
01.17.13
Ute CrossFit, home of the 2012 Affiliate Cup champions, came out to Aromas, Calif., to complete the Big Bob Winter Challenge.  Since the Seminar Super Team was local, we found a second Big Bob and...
01.17.13
Hoping for a Return: Matthew Lefave
"I am usually very poor at taking advice to train less, whether that advice comes from me or others. Over training is something I tend to be pretty good at." Following last year’s...
01.16.13
Find out why CrossFitters compete in the Open. Why do you compete in the Open? Registration starts January 30. 
01.15.13
The Eye Behind the Camera: Mike Roth
"I realize now it's vital to the media coverage of CrossFit that the people working on the shows are CrossFitters."   Mike "Rothy" Roth knows sports. Working in the sports broadcast...
01.14.13
Broadway Actor Aims For Regional Competition
“We use our bodies as instruments on the stage and they need proper maintenance and warm-ups, just as in CrossFit. Singing and doing a WOD tired are equally difficult." When Paul...
01.13.13
Josh Bridges, 2011 Reebok CrossFit Games runner-up, talks about sitting out of the 2012 competition and how he's preparing for his comeback for the 2013 season. "For me it's hard not to try to win. I...
01.08.13
Going for Top Five: Lucas Parker
"That's the holy grail of training. Finding that sweet spot where you're pushing yourself, but you're not digging yourself down in too deep of a hole." Some call him the bearded man....
01.07.13
Angie Pye is Shifting Priorities
"Training had to move down the list of priorities — but it has still made the list ..." Angie Pye is no stranger to the dedication required to finish first in Canada West. This year...

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