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We are happy to recognize this past week’s Level 1 and Level 2 Certificate Course attendees from across the globe! • L2, CrossFit Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland L2, CrossFit SS (South Side), Jacksonville, FL L2, CrossFit 1904, San Diego, CA L2, CrossFit Lutece, Paris, France L2, CrossFit Big D, Dallas, TX L2, Ultimate CrossFit, Charlotte, NC L2, CrossFit Ambush, Miami, FL L1, CrossFit Okaloosa, Shalimar, FL L1, CrossFit Venoge, Vaud, Switzerland L1, CrossFit Am Dom Suelz, Cologne, Germany L1, CrossFit Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa L1, Nirvana CrossFit, Santiago, Chile L1, CrossFit Columbus, Columbus, OH L1, CrossFit Lumos, Austin, TX L1, CrossFit Perth, Perth, Australia L1, CrossFit Belltown, Seattle, WA L1, CrossFit Costa Mesa, Costa Mesa, CA L1, Reebok CrossFit Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan L1, Stud CrossFit, Shanghai, China L1, CrossFit Roots, Boulder, CO L1, CrossFit Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Il L1, CrossFit New West, New Westminster, BC L1, CrossFit Little Hell, Roma, Italy • Find and tag yourself and your friends! • Courses near you @crossfittraining

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via @cffortvancouver Congratulations ATHLETES! Awesome work to everyone attacking 19.5 and finishing strong in the 2019 CrossFit Open! Way to go Emma! @crossfit @crossfitgames #cfv #cfvfamily #intheopen

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Workout of the Day Sunday 190324 • For time: • Row 1,000 meters Rest 2 minutes Row 1,000 meters Rest 2 minutes Row 1,000 meters

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Pictured: Jug Press Negatives - Workout of the Day Saturday 190323 - Deadlift 5-3-3-1-1-1 reps - Practice slow descent from handstand for 20 minutes. - #CrossFit

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A handful of athletes and CrossFit fans with Down syndrome and autism have been working with John Mack, owner of @alllevelcrossfit. Mack’s affiliate officially launched an inclusive athletic program yesterday, on World Down Syndrome Day, March 21. • “The joy they bring to classes is amazing,” Mack said of the unbridled enthusiasm not every person coming to work out may have that day. “It’s full steam ahead. It’s just a joy to have fun and work out.” • Story courtesy of @whigstandard

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WORKOUT #19Point5 • 33-27-21-15-9 reps for time of: • Thrusters Chest-to-bar pull-ups • Time cap: 20 minutes • Make sure to visit games.crossfit.com for 19.5 the movement standards and scorecard before attempting the workout. #CrossFit | @crossfitgames

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The fourth workout of the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games Open featured two couplets separated by a mandatory 3-minute rest. The first part was 3 rounds of 10 snatches and 12 bar-facing burpees. The second was 3 rounds of 10 bar muscle-ups and 12 bar-facing burpees. The time cap was 12 minutes, including the rest. • This was the second week athletes were asked to perform a high-skill movement, and once against athletes worldwide rose to the occasion. Looking at all versions of the workout that required bar muscle-ups, there were 99,924 men and 25,327 women in total who successfully performed at least one bar muscle-up before the time cap in 19.4. • Continue reading “19.4 Workout Analysis” at games.crossfit.com. #crossfit @crossfitbtwb

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Five years ago, Richard Beddie, Chairman of the International Confederation of Exercise Professionals (ICREPS), made false statements regarding CrossFit, Inc. and its affiliates in an interview for an article titled “Fitness Can Be Bad for Your Health,” published in the health section of a popular New Zealand magazine. He claimed CrossFit had “resulted in six deaths overseas and rendered an Australian man paraplegic.” Beddie also suggested that CrossFit was causing a surge in injuries in New Zealand’s gyms and claimed that CrossFit’s “certification teaches you how to do CrossFit but not how to do exercise correctly.” • Beddie’s organization, ICREPS, is an international organization that includes nationally based fitness registries as member organizations. ICREPS’s members and associated organizations (such as the ACSM and NSCA, partners with ICREPS via the U.S. Registry of Exercise Professionals) advocate for the fitness industry to hire trainers registered with this body exclusively. This advocacy can extend to coercive attempts, such as legislation like occupational licensure laws. • After Beddie made false claims about CrossFit in a public forum, he then “contacted CrossFit with a very straightforward business proposition,” as CrossFit Founder and Chairman Greg Glassman has written. In his offer, Beddie first proposed that he could “get CrossFit training recognized for CPDs (which used to be called CECs) with REPs.” This raises an interesting question: If Beddie truly believed that CrossFit did not teach trainers “how to do exercise correctly,” why would he want to recognize its courses? Or could he have had some other motive, besides an honest concern about quality, for criticizing CrossFit and its courses? • Continue reading "Former ICREPS Chairman Richard Beddie Apologizes for False Claims Against CrossFit" on CrossFit.com. Link in bio. #keepfitnesslegal

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Inmates at the Limon Correctional Facility in Colorado have a CrossFit class offered three times a week and the benefits being seen go far beyond the ascetic. “When you’re here and you learn to care for somebody that’s exactly the opposite of you, you take it with you outside the gym. … CrossFit’s a medium to communicate that, that you’re valuable. When you walk through here it doesn’t matter who you are, where you’ve come from, where you’re going—You’re infinitely valuable and you’re worth every bit of my time and effort.” The traditional hopelessness, divisiveness and hate that permeates prison is melting away with each class. healthy habits promote a healthy life and are part of the overall rehabilitation process. “You want somebody getting out that cares about other people and that knows that other people have value because they have value.” @cbsdenver

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