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Crossfit Training Guide: The Complete Guide to Getting Started in Crossfit Fitness (Crossfit, Cross training, body weight training, WOD, bodybuilding, home workouts)

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Discover how to get started in Crossfit for a better and brand new you!

Over the past few years, Crossfit has gotten the curiosity of many for being one of the most effective workout regimens in the modern age—and well, that is actually not far from the truth.

In fact, Crossfit is considered as both a competitive fitness sport and exercise philosophy ever since its inception in 2000. Founders Lauren Jenal and Greg Glassman believed that with the combination of techniques used in gymnastics, powerlifting, plyometrics, weightlifting, and high intensity interval training, amongst others, one would be able to reach his/her ideal body weight, and be a more disciplined person, as well.

What makes it effective is that every day, a person could complete a WOD (Workout of the Day), which means that there will be a lot of progress—and little by little, he/she will reap the benefits of their workouts!

With the help of this book, you’ll learn why Crossfit is amazing, how you’d be able to get started in the regimen, and learn a daily routine as well as advanced WODs that you could try!

Here is a synopsis of what you will learn:

-Why you should choose Crossfit and the benefits of Crossfit training

-How to get started in Crossfit training

-Crossfit Techniques/Workout Tactics

-Advanced WOD’s

-Common mistakes made in crossfit

-A sample Crossfit daily regime

Take action now and buy this book for the best shape of your life!

Comments

Grady Harp says:

‘Crossfit involves high-intensity training mechanisms’ This may be a short book but it is packed with valuable information about Crossfit training – a competitive fitness sport and exercise philosophy that a combination of techniques used in gymnastics, powerlifting, plyometrics, weightlifting, and high intensity interval training will allow us to reach our ideal body weight and at the same time become a more disciplined person.The book covers the 10 most important fitness domains – Power, Flexibility, Speed, Strength, Stamina,…

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