Nike seems to be embracing CrossFit culture, introducing what looks to be their second CrossFit shoe. (more…)
The prominent company behind all of CrossFit’s official events, Rogue Fitness, has launched a new website. Rogue Supply Co. is a website dedicated to quality, industrial inspired, American made goods. Current offerings vary from industrial inspired office furniture, bags, and even accessories for dogs. (more…)
For a limited time in 2014, Progenex introduced a new flavor in their line of supplements. Cookies and Cream More Muscle was released as a partnership with Olympic Weightlifter, Kendrick Farris. The initial launch of the flavor featured a limited edition shirt with Farris featured on it. (more…)
With the 2015 season of the NPGL set to start very soon, the NPGL has partnered up with Hylete to release officially licensed Grid League jerseys and apparel. (more…)
Set to release very soon, the hype around the Nano 5.0 has been dwarfed by Nike’s entrance into CrossFit. (more…)
Update 7/7/15: Nike pushed back the release of women’s and Lauren Fisher’s Metcon via Twitter. Nike confirms the release of the exclusive Lauren Fisher MetCon1 (more…)
Nike’s venture into CrossFit, the MetCon1, has been proving itself to be quite difficult to grab. (more…)
Inov-8 is a name you probably never hear at your box.
With the FastLift 335, Inov-8 really competes with the other major shoe companies when it comes to a “hybrid” olympic lifting shoe. Priced around $150, beginner or advanced athletes can find comfort this purchase. Light and flexible, while still remaining planted and sturdy under heavy weight, this shoe allows you to perform!