Here is some great food for thought on Crossfit. Check it out, write down your feelings. Either way, Crossfit isn’t going any where. The businesses will rise and fall, just like anything else in the economy. It is the community that will keep the mentality, and the vitality of Crossfit alive.
One of my posts that receives the greatest number of hits each day is this piece on Rich Froning, both 2011 and 2012’s Fittest Man in the World. Based on this information, the increasing number of commercials on TV, and friends / family members who have gotten involved with a ‘box,’ I’ve determined that crossfit is officially “IN.”
However, as with all things that undergo a drastic surge in attention, crossfit has also received a boatload of criticism. To the outsider (or unaddicted-er), the community resembles a meat market for egotistical jocks, an inflated workout routine and even criticized for injury-prone movements.
Yet, perhaps the most insulting comment of all comes from the people who call crossfit a FAD.
I will probably still crossfit while I’m pregnant and beyond the age of 70
Ok, before you start freaking out.. are you a crossfitter?
Ok, let me explain something.
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