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Check out these reviews, videos and info on the Rogue bar vs Ohio barbell and you be the judge. Used in the past three CrossFit Games, the Rogue weightlifting bar features Rogue’s trademark, dual knurl marks for both Olympic and powerlifting. It also has a hybrid knurling pattern, and no center knurl. Rogue Ohio barbell
Team SGPT: One of the most important things that I ever learned happened on the BUDS Navy SEAL training grinder. You see – I did not come from a warrior culture. I had only see cowboys and vikings and brave indians on TV. I did not know what it was like to be in their
The Navy SEAL Workout is often described as a bodyweight workout performed on a concrete “grinder” (parking lot). The grinder is surrounded by pull up bars as well as dip bars. Check out our collection of Online Training Here. After the workout the SEALs go for a long run on the beach or swim in
Check out the reviews and comments for the book “Mind Gym”. Mind Gym : An Athlete’s Guide to Inner Excellence Actually, the book was recommended by one of my former athletes, a state champion. I read hers and purchased one of my own to use for athlete motivation so I could flag and highlight in
This 70 lb utility block can be used for anything you can imagine: plyobox, step-up, bench, agility drills, carrying, throwing. The tongue and groove strip on the side makes for good grip strength work when carrying. Rogue Fitness used these for a podium at the Arnold Classic competition! Rogue Ballistic Block Specifications: Weight 70 lbs.
We are all looking for a great barbell for our garage gym. Check out these reviews, videos and comparisons of the Pendlay bar vs Ivanko barbell. Which one do you prefer? Ivanko barbell Review by BL Whippy as a mother ****er. 4+ plates and you will be bouncing around. Great for deadlifts. For squats it’s
We get this question about every week “Coach, do you have any tips on making it through BUDS Pool Comp in Dive Phase?”. We are talking about Navy SEAL training in Coronado and the infamous (insert organ music) pool comprehensive test where you get tied up, thrashed and spun around and your regulator pulled out
We get this question every week.. “What are the best CrossFit workouts?”. Or.. “What is your Top 10 CrossFit workouts that you recommend. Check out the list of the most popular CrossFit workouts based on a poll of CrossFit gyms (updated poll results with runner ups added). There are many CrossFit workouts that were voted
SGPT: Tell us about yourself? JJ: 40 years old, married with 5 children. Police Officer and owner of Primeval Strength and Conditioning/CrossFit Primeval SGPT: Did you have an athletic background growing up? JJ: Yes! Played just about every sport growing up. Organized and good old fashion pick up games in the backyard, street, playground, etc.
Getting ready for a GoRuck Challenge? Check out this list of gear that you will need for an upcoming GoRuck event. You don’t want to get to the event and be without the key things you need to succeed. Double check all of your gear by rucking and working out with it so that you
I spent way too many years in the rat race waking up early to a noisy alarm clock and checking my phone first thing for morning emails and text. I brushed my teeth and rushed downstairs for a quick cup of coffee before bolting out the front door with a granola bar in my hand.
SGPT: Tell us a little about yourself and your background coming into 20X? MN: I starting do crossfit workouts and running 9 -12 miles, a week, 3 mos prior to the 20x. I ‘ve doing BJJ, on and off past 10 years. SGPT: When did you go through 20X and tell us about your experience.
SGPT: Tell us about yourself: CG: I am 26 years old and live in a small town with just farms and coal mines. I got out of there right after high school . First one in family to finish college and wanted more. I played sports all through high school, football, basketball, and track . I played college