Question: “I did a WOD this weekend and I was wondering if there was something that showed up on a crossfit diagnostic test. I haven’t been doing Crossfit for very long and it’s only my 2nd day at the gym so what would be the best way to test strength/endurance/cardio? could I just go out and run around roads before coming in, or do something unrelated to S&C?” Firstly, welcome to CF! It’s not uncommon for new members to find themselves testing their strengths before really starting. Keep in mind though- while we’d love for you to come in and run some tests for us- it will just be difficult if you’re still getting used to your abilities. Yours should be pretty good right off the bat, but we’ll rephrase: while we’d love for you to use our crappy little gym as a training environment, ideally what you want is somewhere where you can race or throw balls around without risk of injury (but don’t worry too much about tripping over equipment)! But anyway… keep testing yourself by going outside when there aren’t many people around, walk briskly through fields after dinner time from work etc… Another idea is that you can check out This entry was originally posted at http://aaronwilinski.com/general-faq/. Please note that any medical questions posted here are intended mainly for informational purposes only. If they concern an existing medical condition then please consult with a physician before
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