If you’ve seen a CrossFit event, or commercial, on TV it honestly looks like a lot of fun. The people are smiling, laughing and rolling around on the floor like kids.
There’s a definite CrossFit culture, and those who fall in love with the activity truly do enjoy it.
CrossFit is best viewed as a competition with yourself. When you begin a routine your goal is to beat your reps, or time, from your last effort.
Workout Of The Day
Workout routines are given names as a simple way to standardize and identify routines. For Example:
20 minute workout where you try to complete as many rounds as possible of:
You would record how many rounds of Cindy you were able to complete in twenty minutes, and the next time you give it a try your goal is to beat your personal record.
If you’d like to give CrossFit a try, but you aren’t ready to commit to a dedicated gym, here’s some workouts you can do at home:
Workout #1 – Beginners (12 min)
Workout #2 – Beginner (20 min)
Workout #3 – Intermediate
Workout #4 – Advanced (17 min)
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