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The Acid-Alkaline Question
Yael Grauer | Nutrition | April 30 2010 | Comments (4)

When I was still in high school, I found myself cooking food at a really bizarre dinner party. One of my friends happened to be renting a room from a macrobiotic guru in town, and all of the macroneurotics (as they called themselves) would show up to cook and ... Continue reading
Championship Weightlifting by Tommy Kono: Book Excerpt
Tommy Kono | Olympic Weightlifting | March 31 2010 | Comments (2)

We were fortunate enough to get a preview from Tommy Kono of his upcoming second book, expected out later this year. As the following article explains, this new book will delve int... Continue reading
Back Training for Weightlifting
Greg Everett | Olympic Weightlifting | February 27 2010 | Comments (3)

Because the classic lifts and common supplemental exercises such as squats and pulls naturally provide a considerable workload for the muscles of the lower and middle back, generally this area will require somewhat less specific training than the anterior and ... Continue reading
2009: A Year in Review
Greg Everett | Editorial | December 28 2009 | Comments (6)

My usual practice of blasting out last-minute articles as I suddenly realize the new issue of the PM is due out shortly has been failing me this month. Despite having a number of articles started and notes for a few more, I’ve been wholly unable to make ... Continue reading
Percentage-Based Max Effort Black Box - MEBB
Michael Rutherford | General Training | November 28 2009 | Comments (17)

One poor assumption I have made with regards to lecturing on the Max Effort Black box deals with the athlete’s experience with finding the daily max effort. I’m up there babbling about finding that best effort for 5, 3 or 1 on a particular move and... Continue reading
Controlling the Tornado: Planning Your Weightlifting Training
Matt Foreman | Olympic Weightlifting | October 28 2009 | Comments (7)

This article will be focused on planning out your training program. And you’re out of your mind if you think I’m going to start with a slogan that you’ve already ... Continue reading
Teaching the Olympic Lifts in the CrossFit Group Setting: Part 2
Greg Everett | General Training | September 29 2009 | Comments (12)

Before we continue on this particular adventure, I want to provide some clarification on a few items from the first part of the article. It has been pointed out to me that some of ... Continue reading
Teaching the Olympic Lifts in the CrossFit Group Setting: Part 1
Greg Everett | General Training | August 30 2009 | Comments (8)

Sometimes your clients are confused. It’s true. Some want to squat to big padded balls instead of just learning where their asses are and squatting like grown-ups all the way... Continue reading
CrossFit On-Ramp
Nicki Violetti | General Training | May 31 2009 | Comments (14)

The way in which new clients are introduced to your Crossfit program can be the deciding factor in whether you retain them for life (and they refer friends, family and co-workers) or they come for one dose and vanish.  Perhaps the most common way affiliat... Continue reading
Plandomization: CrossFit, Periodization and Planning
Greg Everett | General Training | April 29 2009 | Comments (26)

Periodization has become a bad word in CrossFit Land. My optimistic view on this phenomenon is that it’s due simply to widespread misunderstanding of what exactly periodizati... Continue reading
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