You might be a CrossFit A-hole if… (5 Warning Signs)
You Might Be A CrossFit A-Hole If:
1) You are not interested in CrossFit.
2) You have never heard of it before.
3) You think that it’s only used by people with big muscles and no training background.
4) Your gym doesn’t allow anyone to join unless they’re a member or they’ve been there for at least 3 months.
5) You don’t want to get injured because you are afraid of getting hurt.
If any one of these apply to you, then it means that you might be a CrossFitter A-hole!
CrossFit is a fitness program developed by Greg Glassman. CrossFit was created to improve your health and performance through exercise. However, some people believe that CrossFit is just another way of burning fat.
They believe that CrossFit is too intense for them and they don’t have time to do it regularly. Others think that CrossFit isn’t really effective enough for their needs since most of them aren’t fit enough to train regularly with weights or other forms of resistance training.
On the other hand, some people think that CrossFit is only for meatheads or at least for those who want to look like one. But in reality, it also involves running, gymnastics, and even swimming. It just also includes weightlifting sessions that are common in most gyms.
It’s really true that CrossFit can transform your body, but that’s just part of the picture. The best thing about CrossFit is that it prepares your body for real-life situations.
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