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Monday, February 23, 2015

So, I'm On Twitter Now...

Yeah, yeah, I know, I should have done this like 24 months ago... better late than never, right?  Follow me @CFGAnalysis to stay updated on what's going on in CFG Analysis world.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Fun with SWAGs: What Will 15.1 Be?

It's officially 2015 Open season, everyone, and that means one thing: making highly unlikely yet completely overconfident predictions about what the workouts will be.  This year we'll be unveiling the SWAG each week on the site, but the explanation of my thought process will be in the podcast for those who are interested (which should be all of you!).  My buddy and frequent commenter John Nail will join me each week on the podcast as we break down the prior week's workout and look ahead to what might be to come.

So without further ado, the official CFG Analysis SWAG for 15.1 (Rx'd division) is:

AMRAP 7 of burpee-box jumps (30"/24")

I encourage everyone to post your SWAGs to comments, since odds are you'll do better than me.

[NOTE 2/19/2015: I re-uploaded the podcast last night with the tracks mixed more evenly, so hopefully this fixes the issue that some listeners had with the original.]

Saturday, February 7, 2015

CFG Analysis Podcast - Episode 2 - Open Preview

In today's episode of the CFG Analysis Podcast, I'm joined by fellow CrossFit athlete John Nail to discuss what might be coming up in the 2015 Open.  John and I have worked out together for years and have gone HAM on many a WOD in that time.  John is best known on the site here for his excellent (though generally incorrect) SWAG's during the Open season.

The Pilot Podcast and all future episodes can be found at  or on iTunes.  I'll likely continue to post each new episode of the podcast directly on this site as well.

Also, as you may have noticed below, I'm not so great when it comes to creating artwork on a computer.  If anyone out there is so inclined to create a better image for the podcast, feel free to shoot it my way.  1,400x1,400 in .jpg format, please.