The popular #800gChallenge, which asks participants to eat 800 grams of fruits and vegetables daily, is now available as an off-the-shelf solution that gym owners can run using Wodify Rise lifestyle challenge software.
Running a lifestyle challenge for friends, co-workers, or gym members is easy with Wodify Rise challenge organizing software and the accompanying mobile app.
CrossFit competition veteran Alycia Alves shares her top five tips for organizing successful and profitable events at gyms everywhere.
The annual five-week competition known as the CrossFit Open is back in 2019. Learn how to run this event smoothly at your box with tips from the experts.
Earn more money for your gym with these ten ideas that fill up time-slots when CrossFit classes aren’t taking place.
Hosting a virtual lifestyle challenge can be empowering and rewarding, and Wodify Rise software will help things go as smoothly as possible. Set it up in minutes and get started today!
Wodify Arena makes it easy to host any type of CrossFit competition, whether it’s a multi-gym competition or at a single location. Learn more about the logistics involved and how our software can help streamline your operations.
Inspire new and current members to transform their lives by organizing a lifestyle challenge at your gym. This collection of fun, creative challenge ideas can get you started.
CrossFit Alvalade in Lisbon, Portugal played host to CrossFit Games athlete Brent Fikowski, as he shared training and nutrition tips at their two-day Training Camp.
Wodify guest blogger, Kayla Victor, shares her tips and advice on marketing strategies to grow the audience of your event.
There are many benefits for using the Wodify Arena software and app for your CrossFit competitions. See how to best use this technology to streamline the setup and running of your gym’s events.
If you’re looking for fun and new ways to use Wodify Arena software, consider these fresh competition ideas for your CrossFit box. They’re a good way to engage and motivate your gym members.
If it’s your first time hosting a CrossFit competition, you’ll want to stay organized. See what steps you should take before, during, and after the competition and how competition software can help you along the way.
Wodify guest blog contributor, Kayla Victor, shares her tips and advice on how to attract sponsors for your next CrossFit competition.
Use Wodify gym membership software this summer to help your CrossFit box navigate the slow season.
If you are in need of some great swag for your Wodify Arena CrossFit event, consider one of the following unique options.
One way to keep members coming back to your gym is to offer programming for them to connect with other members and socialize. Here are a few of our favorite ideas!
Summer is a great time to host a fitness challenge at your gym, and Wodify Rise software can help you do that successfully. See how challenges can help attract members during the slow season.
Spring is a big season for CrossFit events, and here at Wodify we want to make sure fans and competitors are up on all the most important of those events.
Instead of generic six-week fitness challenges that can leave people disappointed with their results, CrossFit owner and coach Brian Alexander designs more personalized fitness programs for his participants.
Health challenges are a great way for attracting and retaining gym members. That’s why Wodify wanted to share 9 fitness challenges that drive engagement throughout the year.
Running a health challenge at your gym? Look for fitness challenge apps or software with these nine features to increase your revenue and engage your gym community!
Wodify Rise is a software that can help make fitness challenges more social for your members, which is great for boosting retention and member activity.
Here at Wodify, we are very excited to see the 2018 CrossFit Open in full swing, and these four athletes look best poised to make an impact at Regionals this spring.
Hosting your first gym competition can be daunting, but Wodify can help you avoid these four common mistakes.
Many people’s New Year’s resolution is to lose weight and get healthy. Target new customers with these fitness challenge ideas from Wodify for your gym.
Wodapalooza is one of the premier CrossFit events of the year, so what is there to do there? Allow Wodify to explain!
Wodify offers excellent CrossFit competition planning and management software for gyms in need of a software with top-rate features.
Finish 2017 strong by entering one of these CrossFit events in December. From the Texas Teen Series to the Reindeer Games, there’s something for everyone across the U.S.
The best ways to market your CrossFit competition include using social media, utilizing your website, and partnering with other CrossFit boxes. Learn more.
Gear up for upcoming CrossFit competitions in the U.S. this November! There are a range of events for both CrossFit veterans and first time competitors.
Wodify Arena sponsored three athletes in the 2017 Alpha Games: Artur Sayal, Francisco Godinho and Rodrigo Côrte-Real. The Alpha Games is an elite two-day fitness competition based in Nice, France that attracts many of the fittest athletes from around the world.
Looking for simple tips to properly train your mind and body for a CrossFit competition? Here are some strategies to get you started.
Wodify Arena is proud to announce that it is the official scoring system of The 2017 Alpha Games. This elite fitness competition will be held on September 23-24 in Nice, France and will feature many of Europe’s top athletes, including 2016 CrossFitTM Games finalists Thuridur Erla Helgadottir and Lukas Hogberg.
Hosting your first CrossFit event can help brand your box and raise the profile of your business. Here are some strategies to help you succeed.
Curious which female athletes could potentially be named the fittest women on Earth in their respective age groups? Here are our top four picks.
If you’re searching for a way to host competitions and athletic events in a simplified, professional and stress-free way, event management software is the answer. Never before has it been so easy to create and organize competitions from start to finish.
As the 2017 CrossFit Games get underway in Madison, Wis., teams from around the world are looking to put their names in the record books.
Wodify salutes the women who persevered rigorous rounds and reps to make it to the 2017 CrossFit Games, but we’re especially proud of the athletes we call our own. Take a look at the powerful women of Wodify competing in the world’s most grueling CrossFit competition.
Wodify wants to congratulate the elite male athletes competing in the 2017 CrossFit Games, but it’s no secret we’re rooting even harder for the guys using Wodify Core to prepare for the devious events making this competition so tough. Here are a few to watch:
Hosting a CrossFit competition can boost your box’s reputation, but it’s a huge undertaking with tons of moving pieces. To set you up for success, we’ve created a list of everything you need to run legendary competitions — from registration and promotion to the final clean and jerk.
“Practice, practice, practice”, is the tried and true philosophy of our newest Wodify Warrior, James Foster. James, the 29-year-old special needs athlete, has been CrossFit training for two years over at QTown CrossFit in Quincy, Illinois.
I met Lisa Weatherby at CrossFit 1Force to talk to her about her amazing journey with CrossFit and how it’s changed her life. Lisa has Cerebral Palsy and in her words “It's basically brain damage, affecting the cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls balance and motor skills. I was born with it. I'm really lucky though, a lot of people I've met with my disability are a lot more severe than me. (Non verbal, physically worse etc.) I'm blessed that I'm able to do all that I can!”
At Wodify, we live by the mantra “Be Remarkable.” For us, being remarkable starts in the mind, with a hope, a will to succeed, a vision for the future. Committing to an endless pursuit of those dreams no matter what it takes. Setting yourself apart from the rest and making a habit of doing things other people won’t.