We get it. CrossFit is pretty inspiring! Watching the games, seeing others perform well, personal breakthroughs in your local CrossFit community, coaches referring to you as athletes-- those things can build you up and motivate you to want to become as strong as possible and as fast as possible.
Yes, the title's pretty catchy, isn't it? You've read countless articles highlighting the different benefits of CrossFit, and they're all true. But we'll keep it simple. At the end of the day, you want to try to CrossFit because you want to feel better and you want to do better and you want to be better. Here's how:
“A person who fails to plan plans to fail.” - Benjamin Franklin
90% of activities that get your desired result, whether increased performance or aesthetic gains, involves preparation.
Your workout only accounts for 10% or less of your results. If you’re a casual CrossFitter, an hour of CrossFit is roughly 5% of your day and a dedicated athlete may train