Rob Kearney had a following in the strongman community but may not have been as well-known as the bigger names in the sport before he traveled to Melbourne, Australia. That all changed by
We are nearing the road for the 2019 CrossFit Open, but we’re not there yet. CrossFit Open Workout 19.5 features a high volume descending ladder featuring thrusters and chest-to-bar pull-ups. Of all the
This year’s CrossFit Open has been without a doubt, one of the most interesting Opens in the sport of CrossFit’s history. From all the 2019 CrossFit Games changes, it’s been a long and
All we have to say is hats off to Brute Strength for putting on another awesome showdown series. If you’re late to the party, then we’ll quickly catch you up below, but be
Three-time CrossFit® Games Champion Mat Fraser already secured his spot at this year’s Games back in December when he won the Dubai CrossFit Championships, and while many raised eyebrows at his 59th place
Over the weekend, the Arnold Classic Australia was taking place in Melbourne, Australia, and some of the world’s best powerlifters came together to compete at the eleventh Pro Raw Powerlifting Championships. The Pro
Now that the 2019 Arnold Strongman Classic is in the history books, it’s time to start determining who will compete at the 2020 event. The field is determined in part by the Arnold
American Weightlifting history was made this week in Las Vegas. The 2019 Youth Weightlifting Championships concluded on Friday, and the American team finished in first place for both the men and woman’s teams.
We’ve seen a fair share of 2019 CrossFit Open workouts requiring strategy, but Open Workout 19.4 may take the cake as the most strategic yet. The workout itself is tough and technical, but
Welp, we are officially closing in on the end of the 2019 CrossFit Open. This week, CrossFit Open Workout 19.4 was announced live from four locations including Brazil, Canada, Italy, and the Netherlands.