Programming

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The biggest question we get is how to continue exercising when injured. Injury doesn't mean you have to stop exercising. So we created a series of eBooks to guide you through the process.

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To celebrate the launch of the Training Tracker, we've distelled all the research on behaviour change down to just six steps. Follow these steps and write your future.

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Is it more beneficial to a CrossFit athlete to have a high one rep max, or to be able to do multiple reps close to their max?

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Should I wear a lifting belt? Is it better to squat heavier with a belt, or lighter with no belt?

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Recovering from injury can be a highly valuable opportunity to overhaul your movement patterns for long-term gain.

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A lot of Games athletes say that they train for the Games, not The Open or Regionals, so my question is how? How are they still so fit and not peaking for the regionals? Is there such a thing a peaking? Do you peak your athletes for competitions, and if so, how does this work?

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There are two types of lazy. Short-term lazy. Long-term lazy. Will you choose laziness today or laziness in your future? You can't have both.

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Ever wondered what a Regionals athlete does once they know the events? Check out what Range of Motion Individualised Programming programmed for Helen in the lead up to the 2018 Regionals.

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Dan Williams breaks down Helen Harding's six events of the 2018 Pacific CrossFit Regionals.

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