Friday, August 9, 2013

HuffPo On Target 'bout CrossFit

"I'm not sure when it happened, but at some point in my mid to late 20s I reached a state of general malaise. It was not a conscious decision, I didn't wake up one morning and decide it was time to stop moving around quickly or throwing things on a field. It was just the result of months and months of stagnation and apathetic decisions."

The author continues to describe his entry into CrossFit, only to find these three criticisms:

1. CrossFit Illuminati Serve Kool-Aid via Water Fountains

2. CrossFit Wants All Your Lunch Money

3. CrossFit Wants to Rip Out Your Knees and Break Your Back With Them

Read on to see how he power cleans the heck out of these mis-perceptions, in a way that's as humorous as his headers.  It's one of the smartest articles I've seen about CrossFit in six plus years of reading almost all things CrossFit.

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