How Do I Change My Affiliate On Crossfit Games?

There are two ways to change your affiliate link for the CrossFit Games. You can change it yourself using our instructions here if you are currently an affiliate or you can have us do it for you. It is simple no spam, no hassle so let us do it.

To have us proxy your affiliate just click this button. We will then be creating a new affiliate account with your current site URL and e-mail information that we will need to complete the process. Once completed you will have a working link to use anywhere on the internet! Get Started Here

If you’re not sure what step to take contact info@crossfitchat.com to make sure everything goes smoothly

How To Build A Crossfit Gym In Your Home?

What Equipment Do You Need? Building a home gym is one of the most satisfying ways to get in shape and build muscle. Or at least it is for me. Besides, if you don’t have a home gym, where would you work out anyway? Think about it: In your bedroom, in the garage or garage amidst boxes of stuff that hasn’t been unpacked from moving into a new place yet… No? Okay then! I guess you didn’t think any of those options were good enough, did you? As people with busy lives often feel exhausted easily and need ways to keep themselves motivated and on track while taking care of their health and fitness goals, their health professionals suggest finding some novel solutions. Home gyms are irresistible solutions because by exercising in their own homes they can avoid potential injuries due to inclement weather outside or other unforeseen local problems. They also get more time during the day for them to rest or sleep. And last but not least—it saves money on buying new equipment!

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