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Are you frustrated with your muscle-up progress? Do you find yourself struggling with the dreaded chicken wing, hindering your full potential?
Whether you’re aiming for bar muscle-ups or ring muscle-ups, mastering this essential CrossFit® movement is within your reach.
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore effective strategies to eliminate the chicken wing and elevate your muscle-up game to new heights.
The CrossFit® Open, a cornerstone event in the CrossFit® community, has seen significant changes over the years, reflecting the shifting landscape of fitness and the core values of the sport.
From its inception to the present day, the Open has evolved in format and movement selection while still embodying the spirit of inclusivity and competition that defines CrossFit®.
Looking back at the history of the CrossFit® Open, athletes recognize a distinct transformation in how workouts are structured and the sense of community that surrounds the event.
Today I’m uncovering a colossal blunder that countless folks make when tackling their ring muscle-ups. Picture this: I was hitting the gym the other day, observing folks grind through sets of ring muscle-ups. It was a tough workout, 15 ring muscle-ups per round, nestled snugly within the WODprep programming.
As I glanced over at a few friends who could bust out unbroken ring muscle-ups, something caught my eye. Despite their prowess, they seemed to be struggling. Their transitions looked like a scene from a suspense film – shaky, unstable, and downright exhausting.
Are you ready for the 2024 CrossFit® Open? With the competition looming, it’s time to delve into some insightful predictions and preparation strategies that could give you the edge in this year’s event.
In this article, we’ll cover everything from potential movements to expect, past workout repeats, and how you can fine-tune your training for maximum performance.
Today, I’m going to bring you some tips and drills to help you crush your snatch PR. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced lifter, these drills will help you refine your technique, build strength, and boost your confidence under the bar.
Before we dive in, let me be clear: I’m not an Olympic weightlifter. I’m just a guy who loves CrossFit® and wants to share what has worked for me.
Today, I’m diving into a common issue that many athletes encounter: mastering the art of double unders.
If you’ve been struggling to string together those elusive consecutive double unders or find yourself hitting a plateau, pay close attention because I’ve got some game-changing tips for you.