Beta-alanine is not a new supplement to the sports and fitness industry, and most people know what it feels like. That said, not as many people know what Beta-alanine does in the body. For this reason, below is a description of how this all-important supplement contributes to your CrossFit workout fitness.

CrossFit Workout

Beta-alanine is a non-essential beta amino acid which has quickly become...

KUNAL JHAVERI | 03 Mar 18

Your carbohydrates should majorly be composed of unrefined complex starchy as well as fibrous carbohydrates. It is advisable that you limit your intake of simple carbohydrates as much as you possibly can and also cut down or eliminate refined carbs from your CrossFit diet. There are three main types of carbohydrate groups as discussed below.

Simple Starchy Carbohydrates

These include foods such as fruit juice, honey, sugar,...

KUNAL JHAVERI | 27 Feb 18

Some of the top CrossFit athletes display amazing levels of abdominal training and core strength. When you get an opportunity to watch CrossFit games, you will undoubtedly see some of the most impressive midsections in the industry. If you have been wondering what you can do to achieve such a midline, the secret lies in the abdominal journey which starts from the toes to bar.

Core training...

KUNAL JHAVERI | 21 Feb 18

What is a Muscle-Up?

The Muscle-up is an advanced calisthenics strength training exercise that requires immense upper body strength. It represents your capacity to lift your bodyweight using just your arms and hands. In terms of performance, muscle ups resemble pull-ups in that there is a bar which is located high above the head. When doing pull-ups, you usually hold the bar with your arms and then pull yourself up...

KUNAL JHAVERI | 10 Jan 18