Everyone knows you should avoid that nasty stuff that makes your muscles burn. Right? Right?
October 2017 marks the beginning of the qualifiers for The European Championships Individual CrossFit Competition.
Functional fitness competitions come in many forms these days with obstacle course racing (OCR) being one of the most popular ways to truly test all round fitness. These events come in many different forms ranging in distance and difficulty but all have a common theme of athletes needing a combination of endurance for the running and strength, power and muscular endurance for the challenges laid out over the course.
On the 20th of May my training plan had a 500m row time trial planned, my time was 1min 25.5 seconds and without knowing it for a couple of days I was 0.5 seconds off the British record in my category (30-39: Male- light-weight). I set myself the target of breaking the record before I went away on holiday, which gave me just under 4 weeks to make improvements.
Global Sports Nutrition Leader, Xendurance Announces Clinical Study Results Demonstrating a Significant Reduction in Lactic Acid, Oxidative Stress and Muscle Trauma with Use of Xendurance
Whether you’re a CrossFitter, triathlete, swimmer or climber, it never hurts to have exceptional pulling power. Being able to generate huge amounts of power from your back and shoulders, can mean just seconds difference in a race, or be the limiting factor in a made lift, compared to a missed one.
Strength Training for an Ultra Marathon
KITBOX & Xendurance: The Best At-Home Stretches For Tight Hips
Xendurance and KITBOX: How to Tackle CrossFit Open WOD 16.1
Preparing for the 2016 CrossFit Open: An Xendurance and KITBOX Guide
"Magnesium is involved in numerous processes that affect muscle function including oxygen uptake, energy production and electrolyte balance...There is evidence that marginal magnesium deficiency impairs exercise performance and amplifies the negative consequences of strenuous exercise (e.g., oxidative stress)."
Xendurance sponsored athlete Yvonne Van Vlerken wins her third Ironman Florida title.
Another great weekend for Xendurance athlete David Shorunke. He took 2nd place at the German Throwdown.
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