November 20, 2003
JAX SO places 8th out of 80 in International SWAT Competition.
What are your favorite fitness web sites? Post to comments.
Posted by lauren at November 20, 2003 12:12 AM
Favorite Fitness websites. There are 2 that are head and shoulders above the rest:
I would have to agree with Mike.
Boy, I just started yesterday and allready I get a rest day :)
2. Used to be Getfitnow.com but it's recently deteriorated badly so I guess I'll look for a new one. But, honestly, Crossfit really has what I was looking for.
1. I agree with Mr. Long about getfitnow. I prefer the more mature audience here.
2. T-mag has some good articles (Coach Davies, Dave Tate, and others)
3. Dave Tate's site at elitefitnesssystems.com
Does anyone have O-lifting sites to recommend, particularly with good technique descriptions?
Here are a bunch of my current favorites.
EXRX.NET IS A VERY GOOD INFORMATION SITE. ALSO GO TO WEIGHT TRAINING THEN POWERLIFTING EXERCISES. IT HAS VIDEOS OF THE POWERLIFTING MOVEMENTS AND HAS SOME DIFFERENT ONES LIKE HANG SNATCH, JUMP SHRUGS, PRESS UNDER AND QUICK DROP.
Have to agree with ExRx.com.
It has great instructions for Olympic lifting, as well as other strength training & conditioning programs. I'm pretty sure I found that site through Crossfit, so Crossfit seems to be the site were it all to come together! Thanks Crossfit!!
1. CrossFit: Forging Elite Fitness
2. CrossFit: Forging Elite Fitness
3. CrossFit: Forging Elite Fitness
* Masters Athlete Physiology and Performance (http://home.hia.no/~stephens/index.html)
* Drills and Skills: Conditioning (http://www.drillsandskills.com/skills/cond)
* AmericanGymnast - Training Tips Home Page (http://american-gymnast.com/tt/index.htm)
* USA Gymnastics Online (http://www.usa-gymnastics.org/)
* Training Tips: The Power of the Planche (http://www.intlgymnast.com/trtip/planche.html)
* Gymnastics Tips for Gymnasts and Coaches (http://www.tulsagymnastics.com/Routines%20folder/Directory.html)
* Dan John Lifting and Throwing Page (http://danjohn.org/coach.html)
* OlympicLifter Portal (http://www.fdzine.com/olympiclifter/index.html)
* Power Training Exercises (http://www.exrx.net/Lists/PowerExercises.html)
* Gayle Hatch Weightlifting / Strength training (http://www.gaylehatch.com/)
* Kilogram4.com - Exercises (http://www.hhs.csus.edu/homepages/khs/Kilogram4/public/Exercises/table_of_contents_Exercises.htm#top)
* THE CABLE/ BAR GUY (THE PERSONAL WEB SITE OF J.V. ASKEM (http://www.olympus.net/personal/cablebar/index.htm)
* World Class Coaching, LLC. (http://www.worldclasscoachingllc.com/)
* John Gill : A Climbing Memoir (http://www.johngill.net/)
* Metolius How To Train -Rock Rings (http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/howto-trainrockring.htm)
* Climbing Exercises & Resources (http://www.uoregon.edu/~opp/climbing/exercises.htm)
* Dan Gable Commitment to Excellence (http://dangable.com/index.html)
* USA Wrestling - The National Governing Body for Olympic Wrestling (http://www.themat.com/newusaw/)
* Buddy Lee's Jump Ropes (http://www.buddyleejumpropes.com/)
* Concept2 - Rowing Machines, Oars, Strength Training, Indoor Rower, Dreis (http://www.concept2.com/Default.asp?bhcp=1)
* CRASH-B Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships Home Page (http://www.crash-b.org/)
* BOOT CAMP FITNESS "It's Torture, but it Works!" (http://www.bootcampfitnesskc.com/testimon.htm)
* Clarence Bass: Bodybuilding & Fitness Home Page (http://www.cbass.com/)
* Bill Pearl Enterprises, Inc. - Bodybuilding and Fitness (http://www.billpearl.com/)
* The Official Jack La Lanne World Wide Web Site (http://www.jacklalanne.com/)
Oops, almost forgot one:
GoAnimal Play as if your life depends on it(http://www.goanimal.com)
Thanks to Barry Cooper
I also forgot one.
and the animalabilityboard.
I briefly checked out the first three links you mentioned - good stuff so far. I was just curious if you have read any of Ross Enamait's (Rossboxing) books at all?
I have all his books and they are in my personal opinion great. With the warrior workout books you even got 2 free aditional supplements. He is going to release another one and I cannot wait to start reading and using it. Ross is also a very nice guy who answers all his e-mails fast and personal.
His books are full of useful information exercises and workouts. If I look at the price and quality he stands far above most. But like said that is my personal opinion, I just like his stuff.