Cross fit To Drop Fat: A Beginners Guide To Cross Fit Training To Drop Fatby Laiftllc.com
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In this day and age, we all know that making fitness a part of your life should be a high priority in everyone’s life -- it should become a daily habit, the same as brushing your teeth or taking a shower. Dedicating a little bit of time each day isn’t much to ask when you take into account all the positive things you achieve just by being physically fit.
Apart from looking and feeling great, working out can benefit you in the following areas as well:
* Help reduce blood pressure
* Increase flexibility, which can help prevent injury and help with muscular tension.
* Help to relieve stress, depression and anxiety
* Help with gaining muscle, which can build and maintain strong bones
* Keep your heart healthy and reduce the risk of heart disease
* Lower the risk of developing colon cancer
* Increase your ability to concentrate, think faster and become more sharp
And remember it isn't necessary for you to be in a gym to be fit. What you are about to discover shortly will show you many exercises that can be performed outdoors, at home and anywhere else you like. That's the beauty of CrossFit training!
You can enjoy fitness with your kids, your spouse, family or friends, people of all ages can participate.
CrossFit training is taking the world by storm and is reported to be growing by 350% each year which appears to be accurate with more and more exposure since the CrossFit games are shown all over the world through ESPN and is fast becoming the elite competition for fitness bragging rights. So through this guide you will discover the history of CrossFit training, the benfits of CrossFit, the best exercises that will get you at your peak fitness levels and a whole lot more. So before we do that, to start off we must go to the beginning...
KICK START YOUR CrossFit PLAN
If you’re a newbie in the world of fitness, begin by easing into a routine . Firstly start off slowly, let your body get accustomed to this new fitness program and gradually increase your endurance level. If you go for broke in your first workout, chances are you’ll burn yourself out and enhaust yourself to the point that you’ll be put off CrossFit training forever. Also remember that it takes time to get into a fitness routine and the only way to reach your ideal level is be consistent and stick with the program.
So now that we've covered the starting of a CrossFit focused training regime. We will next uncover what is CrossFit training
Chapter 1: What is CrossFit Training
Many of sports enthusiasts are becoming interested in CrossFit training nowadays. Actually, this training combines a lot of effective routines that enable one to create diversity in workout.
On the other hand, sports medicine experts consider this training as a balanced and holistic way of attaining fitness and health in just a short period of time. Like when gaining stamina, choose either to do swimming, biking and basketball several days in a week.
In doing so, a person is allowed to enjoy a variety of training which can be fun and exciting while getting the desired fitness goals.
Dating back in history, CrossFit Training was started by Greg Class, a high school gymnast who was along with his wife named Lauren Glassman. CrossFit became associated with the first gymnasium in 1995. In that same year, Santa Cruz police department hired Lauren Glassman to be able to train the troops. For seven consecutive weeks, the “Gagetown Infantry School” was focused in various tests in fitness categories that include strength, agility, stamina, flexibility, balance, accuracy, speed, power, coordination and respiratory endurance. With the many categories, CrossFit also scored the highest.
As a result, gym trainers became satisfied because of the workout results. Gymnasiums that are affiliated with CrossFit have grown swiftly. In 2005, there were only eighteen that rose to one thousand seven hundred gymnasiums in 2010. Weightlifting coaches like Louie Simmons, Mike Burgener and Bill Starr partnered with the CrossFit organization.
Cross Fit is a health program that is greatly designed to optimize and bring the body to it's peak performance levels. Nevertheless, the nature of this training program is not involved with any of the risks. So far, the benefits of CrossFit training far outweigh the risks. When done in limited time and in poor form, different CrossFit exercises might elevate the risk of injury if performed incorrectly. So, This should not be performed by people without getting proper supervision first.
CrossFit And Its Effect On The Body- All of the parts of the human body are conditioned for them to function well. Through the exercise variations within CrossFit training, the body is allowed to develop various muscle groups. The focus is not only on a single group of muscles, but on all the body muscle
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