Posted By: Stella Pike | May 28, 2017
CrossFit is known as “the sport of fitness”. CrossFit regimens are created to improve the entire areas of whole-body fitness, which includes agility, cardiovascular health, flexibility, power and more. CrossFit regimens are made to be accessible, which meets the necessities of people from different walks of life, and they are also made to be adaptable so that no two workouts are the same.
Some workout regimens have earned as much consideration as the CrossFit craze, with wild-eyed supporters advertising the benefits on the other side and opposing decriers insulting the workout on the other. So, what shall a neutral individual believe? Same as with life’s many debates, the answer is a bit from column A and a bit from column B.
CrossFit must be carefully approached, though it offers some great High Intensity interval training and nutrition standards that can improve one’s health. If you love strength training (as compared to yoga and cardio) and like fellowship but can repel the temptation to drive yourself to the injury zone, and then maybe CrossFit is for you.