All In CrossFit Podcast 18-16 CrossFit Suing Reebok, The CrossFit/NSCA Lawsuit and MORE
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Are Injuries More Common In CrossFit Than Other Sports?
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CrossFit puts the nail in NSCA’s coffin
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CrossFit HQ sues the NSCA
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NSCA Lied about CrossFit Injury Rates: Judge Rules What’s that mean for Us?
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Crossfit sues NSCA
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NSCA Sues Crossfit Over Injury Claims in Devor Study
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November 5, 2016 Marc Lobliner. NSCA Sues CrossFit Over Injury Claims in Devor Study. It is rare when I admit I might have been wrong. But when I am wrong, I admit to it.
A year ago when I did a video stating injury rates in CrossFit, I might have jumped the gun. The NSCA has filed suit for Trade Libel, Defamation and Unfair Business Practices in the State of California. Basically, Crossfit exposed why they feel NSCA is a shady organization and why this.
It is taken as established that the NSCA had a commercial motivation for making the false statement in the Devor Study ( ) that the NSCA made the false statement in the Devor Study with the. The two corporations have been at it for years over a false study published in 2013 claiming that CrossFit was dangerous. Related: “Federal Judge Delivers Another Blow to NSCA” In this motion, CrossFit is seeking back the cash it spent “litigating the NSCA’s lies” over the years, on the basis it uncovered “misconduct of unprecedented proportions.”. In 2013 the NSCA published a study concluding that CrossFit was dangerous and exaggerated claims of injury. CrossFit knew the study and the underlying data was false, the NSCA didn’t back down so lawyers got involved. “The NSCA study reported that 16 percent injury rate without the slightest base of evidence.
CrossFit, Inc. sued the NSCA after the NSCA published a “scientific” study containing false and fabricated data about CrossFit’s injury ratethat was designed specifically to harm CrossFit’s business and reputation. Additionally, as elaborated in CrossFit, Inc.’s. Published: NSCA published the Devor study in their Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
The NSCA admits this fact. Fabricated injury data: Every subject the Devor study claimed cited “overuse or injury” for failing to complete the study has sworn to the court that the claim was false. They were not injured by the CrossFit affiliate training in the study and did not tell the researchers they were, either.
The judge was asked by both CrossFit and NSCA to decide certain issues in advance of a trial by a jury. On CrossFit’s motion, the judge decided one issue in CrossFit’s favor: that the injury data reported in the Devor Study was not correct. In 2013, after Devor went silent about the injury data in his CrossFit study, Berger emailed the NSCA with his concerns, to no response. Then he got on the phone with William Kraemer, a big shot in the NSCA who, since 1987, had been the editor-in-chief. CrossFit representative contacts Steven Devor to note inaccuracies with the JSCR study that claims 16% of participants dropped out because of “overuse or injury.” May 23, 2013 CrossFit representative emails NSCA to note falsities in Devor study that was done in partnership with CrossFit 614.
NSCA does not respond. October 2013 CrossFit representative calls JSCR editor and CHAMP paper author William.
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