CrossFit

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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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We answer questions about peaking for competition.

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The use of a lifting belt causes some controversy. But if we wade through unsupported opinions, what can the research tell us?

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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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Competing at 3v3 this weekend? Here's our complete guide to maximising your team's performance and giving you a successful competition.

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Eight years of Regionals athletes have taught us a lot about 'known event' Regionals preparation. Here, we break down the step-by-step approach to this vital phase of training and practice.

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For competitive functional fitness athletes, competition is a skill. It takes practice. An athlete competing in the sport of fitness needs more than just training. They need to play their sport. Here are seven reasons why.

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The most common exercises programmed as part of Range of Motion's Individualised and Affiliate Programming.

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