Crossfit is a total body workout. It’s not great for losing weight. Crossfit has been known to cause injuries, and be too intense for people who are not in incredible shape already. If you jump in there with no experience and think it’s going to put your body in the best condition in which you can perform day-to-day activities then I don’t think it is a good idea at all. If you want to lose fat and get ripped cross fit will help but its just one piece of your overall fitness plan. The reason why I feel ripped crossfit is better than getting ripped at the gym is because the movements they do on top of their main exercises focus on building full range or hip flexion, open chest & rotational strength that when combined with weights work into muscle tissue like crazy! On top of this they also incorporate power moves like: Power cleans (fast snatching) Deadlifts (deadlift variations) Overhead squats (squatting variations) Burpees (burpee variation where we drop below our ends quickly before starting back up with arms straight back and chest out). Good luck finding any other routine like this at most gyms!! I would recommend using kettlebells for their insane benefits such as half seated deadlift, double kettlebell swings, weighted ring dips etc…which again focuses more on hip flexion/torso rotation/open grip strength then actual pounds or pounds lifted during warmup OR even
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Weight loss is its own reward, but when you make it your priority over all else, you miss out on the best part of CrossFit. It’s about pushing yourself to open up new lines of thinking and never give up. People think that somehow this sport only comes with pain and injury (because most people don’t start this off), which isn’t entirely true. There are many great things in life that hurt sometimes! But when something feels good after a workout, you know it works right? The pain is also what drives us to finally do something different than we usually would so I guess in the end it doesn’t matter anyways… Coach Dale makes CrossFit more than just weights and running in my opinion. He creates an environment where anything can happen in any class/workout session at any time. These classes are designed for YOU! You will not be “coached” or corrected or told how much work you must complete per week if YOU want to skip steps because they are too hard.. That fact alone makes every class fun.. No one has ever complained of being bored by him or his coaching methods! What he does is simple but damn near impossible to explain until someone experiences it themselves… I had my first CrossFit class 6 years ago while living back home in Baltimore MD at 30 lbs overweight with 2 step daughters who did nothing for me except occupy my bedtime hours Come round 3 I hit 170 i was terrified of dying
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