0 2016-12-30T23:18:12Z dcovette7 https://www.crossfitmavericks.com/gym-store/store/?product_id=73799&c1=13679&p2=109032&s2=0 I noticed that some of the workout names are missing on this website, is there a list somewhere of the ones available?
3 2017-05-02T21:59:57Z CarolinaNana What’s up with the time change at my box??? Midtown, 32 minutes away??? Still…..hate it!!!
6 2018-01-22T20:51:43Z nuss81 All about the fun
5 2017-11-14T14:31:37Z JenGamerFitness Love how people come in and leave quickly during their sets, don’t really see another person after they’re done for an hour. So much personal space! The coaches are always super nice when I go in there 🙂 wish they were open more often tho, instructors NEED to be teaching more classes instead of standing around (or standing at all)
1 2018-08-11T19:04:47Z CjCoffee09 We need CM4U in Riverhead…quickly please! No one does lower body work like she does!!
What Does Max Effort Prone Mean In Crossfit?
I’m not a great mathematician but I have a hard time seeing how it gains anything by being at max effort – you’re going to be so fatigued from the opening movements of the workout that if you don’t hold yourself back. That’s even with a pretty high load – you’ll be burning out super fast and any good coach will stop things before things get too bad. The only thing it does is give people something to strive for, which may improve performance in the beginning stages of workouts, but doesn’t yield any quantifiable results. Why Didn’t You Compare It To Weightlifting? Yeah… because weightlifting isn’t meant to build explosive power or pure strength? But seriously, there are better ways of comparing these two exercises than just saying “1 set x 6 reps” right off the bat. There are simple metric variations within almost every aspect of kipping/pitching/swinging that would allow for definitive differentiation between these two methods. That’s outside my normal scope though, so I won’t bother making comparisons between other lifts simply because I can’t judge values accurately enough to do so without statistics behind them (and one should never make conclusions based on statistics alone). What About The Creatine Studies? First let me say that while Creatine is generally thought to enhance muscle growth due to its ability increase cell volume overtime across long periods of training (but this idea has been severely challenged recently), Creatine specifically can benefit one’s strength
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