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During Which Crossfit Lifts Should I Wear A Weight Belt?
If you’re training in a Crossfit gym, the best time to wear a weight belt is when you’re using kettlebells or with bodyweight exercises like pull-ups and push-ups. Wearing a weight belt when doing barbell lifts like squats and overhead pressing can be dangerous. There is too much leverage on the lower back during these lifts when compared to other movements. If your core muscles aren’t strong enough, then wearing a weight belt could lead to serious injury and even death! You should always listen to what your body is telling you. If the tension from the weight belt makes it difficult for your abs to contract properly, then take off that damned weight belt! Imagine how painful it would be if you injured yourself lifting weights without proper form only because you wanted more of an pump? I Would Like To See An Update On This Article Do You Have One To Share? Click Here To Begin Your Journey Towards A New Understanding Of Weight Training!
How Annie Thorisdottir Went From Olympic Contender to CrossFit Champ
CrossFit Games top-ten competitor, Annie Thorisdottir was a gym rat before she decided to specialize in CrossFit. She had been participating in endurance sports long before that, though always with a focus on time trialing and track cycling rather than running or swimming. However, when an injury meant that Thorisdottir couldn’t cycle competitively again at the 2012 London Olympics, she found herself pondering her next career move. “In those months I spent training for the Olympics there were definitely times where my passion was not what it is now as far as CrossFit goes,” says Thorisdottir. But there were also moments of profound fear during those dramatic final days leading up to the race – just as many of us have felt during our WODs – “My coach was joking that my fear made me stronger because it made my work ethic better just to keep going out and doing these workouts, even though I knew how they would feel afterward. But I think having been down this road once before helped with perspective knowing why some athletes have such a love for what they do… so they can push themselves through what most people can’t handle. It kept me from quitting over and over again!” From cycling champion to world class athlete? The triumphant story of Leeds Champion Olympic Test Swimmer Chloe Tutton (Video) https://t.co/Mn6YQ8oGxH — Gym