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Why Nutrition Is a Crucial Part of Your CrossFit Routine

Mathew Fraser is the Fittest Man on Earth, and his CrossFit routine is obviously a big reason why. But there’s an aspect to Fraser’s routine that’s just as important: nutrition. Speaking to GQ back in July, the 28-year-old Tennessean credits nutrition for helping him maintain his apex-level fitness. And for the three-time (2016, 2017, and 2018) CrossFit Games champion, it’s as simple as eating well. “I just try to eat well,” Fraser tells GQ. “No junk food. No soda. Very little…

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Recover Hard

  Recovery is king (especially during these five weeks of the Open season!). How we recover from our training sessions dictates the results expressed in our health and fitness. Similarly, how we bounce back from the Open workouts each week sets us up for success (or failure) in the proceeding weeks. • Sounds simple enough, right? Train, recover, repeat. But are you truly recovering and maximizing this time like you do your training in the gym? • The problem…

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18.1 and Why the Leaderboard Doesn’t Matter

  20 minutes is a long time. Did anyone else feel like 18.1 would never end?! With the CrossFit Games Open season officially underway this weekend, I couldn’t be more excited. Here’s why: -Community – spending time with athletes and sharing the experience each week is special. To be able to get to do that twice every week (Fridays at Brickhouse and Saturdays at Unify) is truly magical. -New Athletes – seeing athletes that I’ve just recently taken through…

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How to Crush (Survive) the Open

  February and March, every year. In the space of CrossFit, THIS is our holiday season. We get to celebrate the start of the CrossFit Games season and participate in the largest sporting event in the world. With over 300,000 total participants from over 170 countries, this time of year is electric for us Crossfitters. But what is it truly about? Not many of us are going to suit up for the CrossFit games this Summer. So why do…

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