When Should You Go Rx?

When Should You Go Rx? By Erik Castiglione Greetings Relentless Family! This week’s blog post is in response to a question I’ve gotten a lot recently in class, and it’s one that makes me very happy. The question is some form of “I can do (insert movement here), but at...

Competitors’ Program Annoucement

Competitors’ Program Announcement Introduction Greetings Relentless Family! As we mentioned in our announcement email, we are organizing a competitors’ program here at CFR. I apologize for the delay in announcing the requirements, but it is for good reason.  At...

Programming: Strength Bias

Programming Part 2: Strength Bias In last week’s article, we talked about the basic structure of the programming. If you look at the 6 day microcycle rotation, you’ll notice that we spend 4 out of 6 days working on our lifts. On one of the remaining days, we work on...

Programming: Basic Structure

Programming Part 1: Programming Basic Structure This is the first in a series of articles about the CrossFit Relentless programming. I could probably talk for days on the subject, so I’m going to break it down into a series of (hopefully coherent and cohesive)...

July Programming Update: Posterior Chain

July Programming Focus: Posterior Chain & Form Greetings Relentless Family! I have a few things to cover in today’s blog post article. First, this week’s training article will be published tomorrow since it requires some video that I still need to film. Stay tuned...

CrossFit Relentless Programming Update

Greetings Relentless family! Today’s blog post is to notify everyone about the changes coming to the CrossFit Relentless programming.  We have been following CrossFit New England’s programming for the last several months (I think it started in October,...