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Loading up on a bunch of gear is REALLY fun, but getting fit, whether at the local globo gym or in your beloved garage or basement gym, is the whole point of it all. Thankfully, we love discussing things like workout tips and nutrition essentials as much as we like breaking down the specs of the newest power rack.

In this section, you'll find information on everything from general fitness to more sport-specific interests, most notably CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting, powerlifting, and rucking. 

...because...it's much better when you actually USE all of that equipment than turning it into glorified clothing racks!

Can You Survive The Top 30 Bodyweight CrossFit Workouts?

Take a look at the top 30 bodyweight CrossFit workouts and all of ways you can use just your body to push yourself to the limit.

For some of these, you’re going to have to think HARD…because they’re REALLY hard!

Either way, we’re going to look at the workouts and all of ways you can use just your body to push yourself to the limit.

CrossFit Fran: Sub 2:00 or Bust!

Fran is one of the most, if not THE most famous Crossfit named workout. One of “The Girls” of Crossfit, Fran is a short, tight couplet of thrusters and pull-ups.

If you’re not properly spacing your breaths during the thrusters, you’ll feel like you’re drowning in a sea of barbells. This special kind of fatigue that doesn’t just make breathing feel impossible, it jacks your heart rate up to “11”.

CrossFit DT: Good Times to Beat & Challenging Advanced Options

CrossFit DT is a famous hero WOD that involves familiar movements and only a few pieces of equipment.

It is straightforward enough for beginners to perform, however, in recent years, new variations have been introduced to challenge even elite CrossFitters.

Can beat the “elite” sub-4 minute time?

CrossFit Clusters: The REAL MVPs of CrossFit 23.2

Everybody thought the cluster was a niche, odd movement. You cluster during competitions or qualifying WODs and that’s it…

…until CrossFit Open WOD 23.2B

The max cluster is “a thing” now; don’t get caught slippin’ the next time its programmed!