Here is a list of ten of the best strength podcasts currently filling the air waves. We did some googling to try to find a list like this, but there were none to be found. So we knew that responsibility had to rest squarely on our shoulders..Read More
2017 was a year to remember in the world of strength sports. Just when you thought the human body had been pushed to its farthest limits, these athletes took things to another unimaginable level.Read More
Here's your Massenomics Top 10 CrossFit Open Finishers breakdown...Read More
Since CrossFit was my introduction to the world of strength and fitness, I was really interested in checking out the Kill Cliff Granite Games in Saint Cloud, MN. All those fit people doing all those fitness things with all their fitness, and only a 4 hour drive away... I couldn't pass it up. I made the trip and figured I'd at least get to see one day of action.Read More
I’m a powerlifter. I like powerlifting. I like strongman too. But what about CrossFit?
I saw a CrossFitter one time. He looked kind of weird to me. He was running shirtless with a kettle bell over his head. I don’t know what those shoes were that he was wearing, but they definitely were not chucks. I’m pretty sure chapter one of The Powerlifting Handbook says we, as powerlifters, are supposed to make fun of CrossFit.Read More
This is the feeling I’ve somehow come to associate with getting work done in the gym. It’s the pain of progress, and it’s a feeling that most CrossFit athletes, both amateur and competitive, are addicted to. The constantly-varied, highly-intense nature of the CrossFit WODs means it can hurt a million different ways on a million different days, but the psychological response seems to be the same. I feel like I’ve been to the brink of death, and that must mean I accomplished something.Read More
I peeled my 350lb self off the couch a year ago and decided to try and do something with myself. Though I’m not quite jacked and tan yet, here’s some things I learned along the way:Read More