Top CrossFit News for the Month of June, 2018

Summer is one of the busiest seasons in the world of CrossFit, so here at Wodify we took a look at the biggest news in the industry for the month of June:

Nexus’ PUSH Band Changes Wearable Tech

Wearable technology is all the rage in the world of CrossFit right now, the new PUSH tracker from Nexus places a small monitor inside a compression sleeve for the arm. It counts reps in real time and recognizes different types of CrossFit exercises.

The 30 Best CrossFit Body Transformations of All Time

Seeing normal people dramatically transform into muscular paragons of physical fitness is a big part of what motivates CrossFit athletes to push themselves every single time they’re in the gym. This amazing list from BOXROX shows some of the most dramatic transformations in CrossFit history.

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Planning for the World’s Ultimate Fitness Cruise

A cruise planned for this coming January will bring together fitness enthusiasts, health and wellness experts, and some of the world’s top athletes to make the most of a new type of Royal Caribbean cruise that brings exercise to the high seas.

Mat Fraser Outlines His Fitness Regimen

Without question, Mat Fraser is one of the biggest names in CrossFit, and his success comes from regimented exercise. In this interview with CBS Sports, Fraser walks readers through exactly how he stays as fit as he does.

Greg Glassman Takes On “Big Soda”

Every CrossFit fan knows that Greg Glassman is the creator and owner of the CrossFit brand, and knowing his love for fitness, it should come as no shock that he’s doing everything he can to tackle the soda industry at the government level.

Arizona Man Brings CrossFit to Special Needs Classrooms

All athletes deserve a shot at staying healthy, and one man in Phoenix, Arizona is bringing his CrossFit coaching abilities to special needs classrooms once a month.

Study Finds CrossFit Programs Can Lessen Diabetes Symptoms

Knowing the link between obesity and diabetes, it stands to reason that an intense exercise program like CrossFit would lessen the symptoms of the disease. One recent study in the journal Experimental Physiology determined that a six-week CrossFit program can, in fact, improve blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance.

Nebraska Cop Uses CrossFit to Stay Fit for the Job

Omaha, Nebraska police officer Libby DiBiase discusses how she has used CrossFit to stay in peak condition for her role as a police offer.

Why Dating Women Who Do CrossFit is Great!

All women are fantastic in their own right, but this article from BOXROX details why dating a “CrossFit Girl” is so rewarding.

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