How To Make It To The Crossfit Games?

Where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get started in CrossFit…and how did it change your life. If I had to guess, I’d say that 90% of people who are “into” crossfit are doing it for the great community. We all fairly quickly realized that CrossFit is a great way to be healthy and strong at the same time, but most individuals don’t realize any of the benefits offered from all of their workouts until it really becomes apparent sooner or later during their personal workout journey. The most common conversation I hear from friends is “how long have you been going to my gym, and what really is going on there?!?”

The answer usually depends on how familiar they are with all things fitness….or if my friend actually asked me questions about myself or my gym. Regardless of whether a group of friends/co-workers knows something about CrossFit or not, almost everyone will ask me these 5 questions:

1) What kind of equipment does this specific location have? A few years ago there were probably only 10 different commercial gyms out there with varying levels of quality equipment depending on where peoples money was being spent as far as purchasing new stuff at each place. Now, however many gyms have invested their resources into buying top level badasses like Rogue Fitness Systems Gold 3000 & 3500 Dumbbells and Sheiko Highland barbell..the best out there! They also buy

How Many Crossfit Games Has Matt Fraser Won?

Matt’s first crossfit games appearance was in 2009 where he came away with an 8th place finish. He then made his second appearance at the 2012 Games, this time coming home with a 4th place finish. When Matt originally signed up for Crossfit Games 2011, he was relatively new to the sport of Crossfit and had only been training for less than four months before competing in the CG. That experience has now changed him into one fierce beast. Matt Fraser began competing again at the 2013 local competitions through his CFSC (CrossFit Shelley Country) gym who is based out of Playford SA. He has since competed at several Regionals around Australia including the 2015 & 2016 Western Australia State Champs which he took home gold with both times. On top of that, Matt also made it onto The Garage Project Athlete Team 2 (2015 – 2016 season).

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Following the workout plan you will be doing, and hopefully making strong progress with. To start: Perform a cardio warm up: 15-20 minutes on an incline bike or treadmill. Next, perform 10 minutes of core work: Sit ups or chest exercises that target your back and abs. Then 20 minutes of doubles by rowing 500 meters at 90% effort (ie if your gear is 2x10kg/4x20lb) three times through. Next, follow the weight training portion shown for each exercise in the program below. Aim to complete 7 sets per exercise in this time frame – go to failure once you are unable to complete one more rep with good form on all reps! After, cool down with 5-10 minute jog or lightly paced swim through waterfalls / looong series of arm circles Just Record It! Keep it simple but don’t underestimate what can be gained from recording workouts & results over time Disclaimer | Privacy Policy