Originally Posted by Phillip Garrisonq
I agree the only way to do get better at CF is to do CF, but to compare most of the CF athletes to the world class athletes in sports like baseball and basketball and football is a far cry. I'm not putting down our top CF gamers, but being in terrific broad based shape is not the same as being a great athlete.
It is if CF is your sport of choice. IF CF was ONLY a training methodology I would agree, but there are now CF games which to me makes anyone competing in them an athlete in that sport. The top CF athletes train specifically for the CF games, so although it is for broad based fitness, they have turned it into sport specific training since CF is now considered a sport.