Triathletes and CrossFit

CrossFit builds strength, power, neuromuscular efficiency, and top-end speed. Photo by Greg Westfall.
CrossFit builds strength, power, neuromuscular efficiency, and top-end speed. Photo by Greg Westfall.

It’s really great to find people who really “get it” when it comes to not only the devotion to CrossFit as a methodology, but also the reasons behind its effectiveness as a training protocol to enhance sport-specific performance.

As a result, I was very happy to see this mention in the media today… Examiner.com does a story on triathlete training and mentions CrossFit Fenway! Mad props go out to Claire Lunardoni, who really took the time to get the facts straight. It’s a great look at CrossFit, and CrossFit Endurance, as training protocols for athletes looking to improve their performance at the margins. Plus, it’s an excellent picture they chose for this article…

I suggest you go give it a read: What Is CrossFit, and Is It Good For Triathletes? And then if you want to improve your running times, or distances, or performance across a broad range of time and modal domains, drop us a line and ask how! We’re getting started with a crew of incredible athletes and trainers, and maybe soon we’ll be lined up with you across the plate glass windows at 1345 Boylston Street, doing front squats while we stare Boston traffic in the face.

Before long, you may look like the athlete in that photo… but more importantly, you’ll be putting heavy weights overhead and improving your capabilities in all aspects of life.

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