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CrossFit has been Forging Elite Fitness™ since 2001 and can be used to accomplish any goal, from improved health to better performance. The program works for everyone — people who have never worked out and those who have trained for years share equally in the benefits of CrossFit.



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Push jerk 3-3-3-3-3 reps

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Newer athletes may benefit from practicing progressions to understand the timing of the movement. For more instruction, review “The Power of Progression, Part 1: Push Jerk.” Ideally, each set will be as heavy as possible for 3 reps, but newer athletes should start light and slowly add weight as they are comfortable.

Beginner Option:
10 minutes of push jerk progression practice.
Push press 3-3-3-1-1

The Lowly Push-Up Revisited


Watch any P.E. class, sports practice, or military training and you’ll likely see push-ups doled out like candy, usually in sets of 25 or more and often as punishment. Unfortunately, very few athletes have achieved push-up mastery. Read on for the lowdown on the push-up and a plan to help your athletes master this movement.

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Nuno Costa

“Being gay is not something that is easy … . If I can be an inspiration, a motivation, to somebody who’s kind of struggling, then I’m happy to be that.”

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“Since going blind, I’ve been homeless, I’ve been addicted to drugs and alcohol, I’ve been a prostate cancer (survivor), and I’m a diabetic ... . I wanted to die ... (but then) I stopped focusing on the things I couldn’t do and realized there were things I could do.”

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“Having a place where people can come and not just being judged on their physical capabilities but also giving a place to heal mentally and emotionally is what I wanted to foster, and I think CrossFit does that.”

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