Xplore CrossFit supports indignant motivations

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  Several years ago an aerobically fit but muscularly pathetic CEO of a not quite flourishing start up joined XCF. Shortly after, he signed up his whole staff in an effort to create a legion of programmers with sick deadlifts and muscle ups. He succeeded on all counts. That man’s name was Charles Bartholomew Augustus Mount. That company is called … Read More

Xplore CrossFit wants to know what your sign is

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Losing 5 pounds is super easy. Losing 10 pounds is even easier. You just have to do the right things most or all of the time and continue to do that until you hit your goal. Then once you are there it is a beautiful and delicate dance to maintain, unless you have fully committed to an appropriate fitness and … Read More

Xplore CrossFit digs buff Indians(like from India)

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A couple of years ago Giridar Gowrishankar walked into XCF and said he wanted to get stronger. He knew nothing about exercise or nutrition. He came in ready to learn and ready to work and over the next few years the change was remarkable. I am not just talking about the physical transormations. It is great to help someone lose … Read More

Xplore CrossFit believes in sucking a little less

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I spent the past week in Los Angeles completing some continuing education. I’ve been doing CrossFit for almost a decade now, so I thought I would push my mind, and my body in a completely new direction. I am taking an indoor cycling instructor course with Flywheel. It is pushing me harder than I thought it would. It is more challenging, more … Read More

Xplore CrossFit believes in the 31st rep

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Check out White Tim’s 31st rep We lift heavy weights. We do things for time. The combination of these two things is often criticized by CrossFit naysayers as dangerous, ineffective, or both. The case I would make against such things comes down to attitudes of trainers and athletes. Fast is a relative term. Doing something quickly doesn’t have to correlate … Read More