|01-26-2003, 03:08 PM||#1|
I've skimmed the posts in various categories, and I might have missed what I'm looking for, but I'm only seeing people who were fit or athletic in their previous incarnations. I'm worried that a life-long couch potato will not have the same results from using the Crossfit method. Any comments?
(I was an amateur figure skater as a kid, a lame bodybuilder for a year at 15, a jogger for 2 years when I was 18 and again when 25, and I'm back to bodybuilding now.)
|01-27-2003, 04:17 PM||#2|
CrossFit is ideal for someone who is looking for results regardless of their starting point.
You can begin by becoming familiar with the exercises we use in the workout of the day.
When you are comfortable with these moves, go through the workouts with light loads and moderate intensity.
Incrementally increase both the load and intensity of your workouts.
We are here for you if you have any questions along the way.
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