Best of the Web: 10/15/2011

If you haven’t already done so, please read our interview with Olympic hopeful in the hammer throw, Britney Henry (and check out her video).  This week we also added a CrossFit Resources page containing a gym locator, links to sites we follow, as well as a daily recipe from The Foodee Project.  You can access […]

Best of the Web: 10/8/2011

Thanks to all of you who voted in our poll, Are You a Member of a CrossFit Gym – and at least based on the people who choose to participate, most of our readers are in fact CrossFitters.  Early next week, we will be rolling out a CrossFit Resources page which will include an interactive map for locating […]

Best of the Web: 10/1/2011

Al Kavadlo:  Advanced Muscle-ups Sock Doc:  Are Orthotics Really Ever Necessary? Balanced Bites:  Can Americans Trust Dr. Oz for Nutrition Advice?  Only in Moderation… Robb Wolf:  What is the Paleo Diet? Optimum Sports Performance:  Recovery for High School Athletes Speed Endurance:  How Long do Running Shoes Last? If you saw a great article or blog […]

Best of the Web: 9/24/2011

  Beyond the Whiteboard:  A Beginners Guide to CrossFit Bret Contreras:  Titin and Myotilin Comin’ Through in the Stretch Naturally Engineered:  Interesting Sleep Facts – Infographic Better Movement:  Central Governors Part One:  Strength Robb Wolf:  I-Caveman   photo credit:  The Planet  

Best of the Web: 9/17/2011

Robb Wolf explains why he nearly shut down his blog and podcast in Framework Matters. David Csonka shares some interesting dietary statistics in Average American Yearly Food Consumption. Dawn Fletcher blogs about Athletic Perfectionism. Is Megan Fox now eating a Paleo diet? Pip Hunt writes about CrossFit Training for Skiers.