how ridiculous is that? you have to hire a trainer, they have to develop a programming style/template for you and then you test yourself against the standards their coach uses. god damn it this is so bullshit. next year i will literally just do random shit at a gym and see what happens on my own time, who gives a fuck?
but strangely enough there are some benefits to working out at home on your own time…you know when doing 3×5 on two days or on three days? does anyone think it’s possible that’s the reason people get injured (because of bad form –> recovery)? maybe we should start changing our lifts based on recovery patterns off of 2×4 work instead of periodization! haha oh man someone else forced me to say something nice:)i like crossfit but mostly because everyone looks like morons and i’m not sure if i want them around me all day long (more likely than not).my only beef with crossfit is their stupid name – look up any piece of “crossfit” material online and study it closely – its literally pointless drivel written by 12 year olds with no real experience outside of reading or watching youtube videos. had such high hopes for this program though…so “functional fitness” huh? talking about lifting weights – really functional fitness programs cut out all of this crap and focus more towards lifestyle improvements (“What did we do last week???”)looks more like an extended calloused
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Benefits of Doing CrossFit Workouts at Home.
As the holidays approach, fitness enthusiasts are hunkering down for winter hibernation. For some of us, that means spurting back into action after a slow autumn workout schedule, but there are plenty who aren’t able to join in on outdoor runs or snowboarding because the weather just isn’t cooperating. While there are certainly benefits to staying indoors during inclement conditions—skiing, snowboarding, and open water swimming being some examples—it can be difficult to get motivated towards a new fitness regimen when you have an area of the house eerily resembling what would happen if you were stranded on a desolate mountain top with nothing but your ThinkPad keyboard for company. Don’t worry about starting something new solely because conditions are bad outside—you don’t need special hardware to run crossfit workouts! Rather than ditching your normal workouts entirely this winter, new CrossFit-based programs allow you to duplicate your gym experience at home without the usual equipment requirements that go along with typical box exercising protocols. And yet still produce outstanding results and improved health and fitness for those among us whose present state is less than ideal: it doesn’t take much effort and planning either! Here we will discuss how doing regular crossfit exercises at home can be beneficial during these cold months as well as offer up a schedule of daily routines so you don’t miss out by reading this post!