“CrossFit is an open-sourced engine where inputs from any quarter can be publicly given to demonstrate fitness and fitness programming, and where coaches, trainers, and athletes can collectively advance the art and science of optimizing human performance.”
CrossFit’s version of fitness challenges the possible. It was once said that the generalist could obtain a 500lb back squat and a sub-5-minute mile training with variance. Both of which are not the best in the world in their specific fields but however are still great performance markers that would be better than the average. Athletes have proven this. The need for specific training needs not to be so intricate to achieve goals, but more about refining the basic and keeping training creative.
This final post concludes the fitness and health series base on "Understanding CrossFit" from the CrossFit Journal Issue 56
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