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The following is from The CrossFit Journal. When Nancy Worthley started CrossFit three years ago, she weighed 165 lb. Today, she still weighs 165 lb. To interpret that as lack of improvement would be missing vitally important information. The 68-year-old is healthier than she’s ever been. Worthley’s serious health problems began at 40, when she […]

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Dr. Robert Lustig is an endocrinologist and professor of pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California-San Francisco. In this video, he sits down with CrossFit’s Rory McKernan to explain sugar’s toxicity, outline the stakes of sugar consumption and offer suggestions for addressing the ongoing sugar crisis. “Sugar is toxic,” Lustig explains. […]

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The Open never ends. It transforms. We may not have the worldwide leaderboard and media coverage after this week, but we still have CrossFit. And really, that’s all The Open is. Effort we enjoy together, that we’re lucky enough to replicate every day. This Friday at 6 pm, join Practice CrossFit for 17.5, powered by […]

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My (almost) three-year-old son comes to a lot of the CrossFit classes I teach at the Troy Rec and Lincoln Center. During the warm ups he’s always on the floor with all the other athletes trying to mimic their movements, giggling the entire time. I love that he loves fitness and movement. I love that […]

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How’s your endurance? Do you come out hot and burn down early? Do certain movements always trip you up? Do you know how to pace for maximum work capacity? That’s where Practice ZONE comes in. Join your coach twice a week and focus on cardiovascular interval training. Watch your heart rate recover on the screen in front […]