Based on data from the CrossFit Open, here’s the time you should get on Fran based on how much you can clean & jerk and how well you can do pull-ups.
Conventional wisdom says, the taller you are, the more disadvantaged you are at backsquating, because you have more range to cover. Is this true? Sort of.
“What’s a good 400 meter sprint time?” is not just a question exclusive to CrossFitters but athletes in general. If you’re not a 400m specialist, but you run or stay in shape otherwise, you’re probably curious how your 400m sprint time stacks up to both average and elite runners.
Based on data from the CrossFit Open, I’ve modeled what time you should get on Grace based on how much you can one-rep max clean and jerk.
New data shows that for CrossFit athletes, improving your ability to do pull-ups improves Helen times more so than improving running times.
A typical question you have after you do the Helen workout for the first time in CrossFit is, “Was that a good time?” We’ve got an analysis for you. It depends on your height and weight.
In this post, we’ll take a look at one-rep max clean and jerks for both men and women who entered into the CrossFit Open, and what averages show and how you fit into that picture.
I pulled data from 5,376 CrossFit athletes on how much they one-rep max for various lifts and how fast they do Fran, Helen and more. Here’s how I did it.
Today I launched a new website, called BallparkVote.com. The idea behind the website is to popularize the Oakland A’s stadium dilemma and to get a little engagement from the public on the issue.
In the summer of 2009, I spent hours carving potatoes. To become rich. It turns out, there isn’t much money in carving potatoes. So don’t carve potatoes if you want to become rich, that’s the wrong path to go down on.