CrossFit

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You should see every repetition you do as an opportunity for improvement. Every. Single. Rep. Here's why.

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We review the literature to examine the effectiveness of cryotherapy/ice baths for recovery and performance, and suggest methods of best practice.

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It's important to be systemised in your exercise, but it's also important to have fun! We discuss our top six ways to have fun with your MFF training.

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The voice in our head has a major impact on our performance. This internal dialogue is called 'self-talk'. Learn how to use and improve your self talk.

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The squat provides a window into the body. Assessing movement is like detective work. Observing movement and assessing faults gives us clues to identify underlying dysfunction.

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Range of Motion presents "The Psychological Game: Mental Skills Training".

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Are you scaling the CrossFit Open? For yourself or your athletes? Check out the top 8 reasons for you to reconsider.

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Barely a week goes by when I don't see social media slamming of perceived 'inferior' forms of exercise and their practitioners. It's our fitness that should be elite, not our attitude that should be elitist. 

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The benefit of your training lies not in the result you get, but in the effort it took to get there. Effort, not result determines improvement.

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