Suceess In Crossfit What It Can Really Mean?

This is a question I get asked a lot lately. For years, I thought it was something that you simply were born with. Now I’m not so sure.

I used to think crossfit came with built-in muscles that were basically never going to wane no matter the age or form the person writing this article happened to be in that very moment.

Now, thanks to watching other athletes at all levels of ability improve their performance over time, combined with several personal experiences where my own training for purposes other than bodybuilding had gotten me down or distracted, I can see it has more to do with what you do during your workout sessions and how long you have been doing them consistently before stepping on the box for whatever fitness activity crosses your path.

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Oksana Slivenko CrossFit Games Open 2013

suceess in crossfit what it can really mean?


WOD If you want to train with Oksana Slivenko, if you’ve ever had the opportunity to be coached by her, or if you just want to know what it’s like to be on the other side of the CrossFit Games competitor doling out advice, then I’d recommend this WOD. Oksana shares some self-reflection around these issues for athletes who want to strive toward better health and performance. After listening in via conference call for a while, I say it is even much more than that: this is an example of how mental training can lead to much quicker success in physical training when done at appropriate times. The exercises made me think about how certain kinds of pain and discomfort aren’t really bad in and of themselves – they’re actually indicators that we need/want change. If we take time out from our normal routines and do something different but applicable that leads us into a very similar spot as physically working hard then there isn’t anything wrong with that! This progression looks simpler than it is, but her narrative gives such insight onto such easy pieces (ostensibly simple) which make such great gains because ultimately Oksana knows people are ready for them!