What is Crossfit

What is crossfit?


CrossFit is a fitness program that uses
constantly varied (always changing) functional movements (essential to everyday
life or sport) applied at high intensity (relative to your fitness level). It
is designed to increase your capacity (ability to do work) over many different
time (from short to long duration) and modal (any physical task) domains.
CrossFit develops a broad and general fitness that prepares you for the unknown
and unknowable because in life and sport, you rarely know what you are going to
come up against.

The CrossFit program is designed to be
universally scalable making it the perfect method for any committed individual,
regardless of their current fitness level and experience. We use the same
routines for the elderly trying to stay healthy and for cage fighters preparing
for competition bouts. We scale the load and volume according to your needs. We
do not change the program because we believe that the needs of elite athletes
and grandparents differ by degree, not by kind.

CrossFit is an open source model. Thousands of
people worldwide are able to follow the workouts posted on our sites for free.
People doing so are distinguishing themselves as having superior health and
performance. Being an open source model also allows us to include new exercises
and workouts, if they prove functional, to the system in order to improve it.

CrossFit is also ‘The Sport of Fitness” because
it emphasises personal athletic achievement. We are dedicated to helping you
become stronger, fitter and faster, and you can test this by participating in
CrossFit events. CrossFit events are the ultimate test of fitness which will
see you training for the unknown.

Why choose CrossFit? It elicits results, period.
CrossFit is empirically driven and results based. We are dedicated to improving
your health and performance. The training is unconventional, the results are
dramatic, and the atmosphere is one of support and camaraderie.

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