“Our Commitment to evidence-based fitness, publicly posting performance data, co-developing our program in collaboration with other coaches, and our open-source charter in general has well positioned us to garner important lessons from our program – to learn precisely and accurately, that is, about the adaptations elicited by CrossFit programming.”
Performance is publicly measured by scores, times, and loads. Because of this, anyone and everyone can compare and participate. At the same time, the best of the best both athlete and practices will rise to the top.
CrossFit relies on current and proven science. Through constant measuring, the watching eye of the fitness environment as a whole, and the scalability of CrossFit programming, CrossFit has made its place as more than just another trend. Paying attention to performance and health markers in a measured and meaningful way such as quality of life and increased work capacity determines how useful the program is. The exercise and training that works the most often should be the most often done, while balancing variation. The scores on the board can shine a light on strengths and weaknesses, which can then be thought about deeply to tweak parameters like volume, rest, nutrition, and sleep.
CrossFit and the methodology are by design set up to always utilize best practices. This is almost always shown in the performances of the athletes and health benefits these workouts provide for the general population. If a method rises and proves to be safe, effective, and efficient at driving results and health, then the skeleton of the CrossFit’s ideology will take on that method. Over the last few decades, the training that fits this best happens to be the functional movements and at high intensity relative to each individual.
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