LizBeth Kaye March 26, 2013 11:24 AM Hi everyone – I’m new to the “CrossFit” world and am so excited about it! All my friends at work are doing it, but I’ve heard different things. On one hand, they say CrossFit is very hard/ grueling…on the other hand they say that all you do is perform exercises until your muscles hurt. Is there something else that isn’t being said? What about nursing student interested in CrossFit? Do they care if I wear my scrubs/panties to do it? Also has anyone got any good recommendations for me when trying the classes…? Thanks!
Tess Burtress March 26, 2013 8:35 PM LizBeth Kaye Try an affiliate with “Crossfit Connection”. It’s like karate but more athletic… oh wait…jokes on me…lol Here’s a link http://www.crossfitconnection.com/
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