Nile Wilson muscle-up drills

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Greg Glassman – King of CrossFit

CrossFit, Inc. is a fitness company founded by Greg Glassman and Lauren Jenai in 2000 …

… workouts incorporate elements from high-intensity interval training, Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, powerlifting, gymnastics, girevoy sport, calisthenics, strongman, and other exercises.

It is practiced by members of over 10,000 affiliated gyms …

Turns out billionaire owner Greg Glassman, a former gymnast, is outrageously outspoken and unrepentant. Click PLAY or watch a feature on him on CBS.


… websites allege that CrossFit exercise sequences are illogical, random, and lack periodization. Those same blogs allege that CrossFit lacks accreditation standards for trainers …

CrossFit needs to evolve. It needs to become more individualized. Needs to be made safer.

CrossFit & Reebok

Reebok has been a major sponsor since 2010. The first 2min of this video are interesting. Reebok employees being introduced to the sport and activity of CrossFit.

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(via Hard Body)

CrossFit is a CULT

… I mean “A way of life”. :-)

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crazy strong female acrobats

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Some of the best stuff there comes from Check out their videos. Playground acrobats from Switzerland.

Lift #LikeAGirl

Or … #LikeAGymnast :-)

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via Lawson Hamer

$2 MILLION dollars in prize money

In Gymnastics? :-)

No. :-(

In CrossFit.

CrossFit continues to grow in popularity and in large part due to the CrossFit Games appearing on ESPN. Add the support of Reebok and you have a recipe for success.

The CrossFit Games are one of the few events where the men and women’s prize money is equal. The 2015 CrossFit Games prize money will be over $2,000,000.00, a 100 percent increase from three years ago.

The top earners will be the fittest man and fittest woman, both taking home $275,000. That’s more than Mr. Olympia wins in bodybuilding. …


Hard Body

Why is such a new sport able to generate so much more prize money than Artistic Gymnastics?