How Old Do You Have To Be To Go To A Crossfit Gym?

I feel the new one on the way looks very nice

Quote from: lomax on February 28, 2014, 09:04:09 PM

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Funny how old do you have to be to go to a crossfit gym? I feel the new one on the way looks very nice http://vimeo.com/92649772 Funny how old do you have to be to go to a crossfit gym? I feel the new one on the way looks very nice

I don’t know about that but I think they are quite popular now – maybe in 20 years time there’ll be boom in them so people will work out. They are also very expensive though!

How Many People Make It To Northwest Regional Crossfit?

According to our statistics, the number of people who make it to the Crossfit Regionals in Seattle in 2015 is approximately 2,400. Which means there are roughly 1,500 people vying for spots in the top eight teams across six events! That’s pretty impressive when you think about it! On top of that, I’m sure you’re wondering how many people are competing at each event. Well here are the numbers: Individual Men’s Northeast Regional Crossfit Competition – Over 250 men will compete over two days. – Over 250 men will compete over two days. Individual Women’s Northeast Regional Crossfit Competition – Approximately 150 women battle out over three days.

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