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Here are 10 reasons why Women should try Crossfit 1) It’s FUN and you get a better workout in LESS TIME! The workout is different everyday so you won’t get bored. There are also new exercises to learn and to work on. I don’t like working out for an hour straight, so it’s nice to work hard for a shorter time. 2) You get to COMPETE with yourself! The workouts are timed or scored by rounds/reps and are posted on the board. So it unleashes that competitive side of you! You can see how you perform in comparison to others, but most importantly you get to see how you improve and push yourself. 3) Sense of COMMUNITY and SUPPORT! Everyone works as a team and is so supportive of each other and their personal records and goals. You also get to make new FRIENDS! Because it’s not like an average gym, you get to really know people and start seeing the same faces. 4) You get COACHED. You’re not just doing your own thing…you have awesome coaches who are watching your form/technique, helping you out, and encouraging you along the way. They want you to succeed! 5) Talk about getting STRONG! Every part of you will feel and look strong. Also, it strengthens your core without specifically just doing abs exercises. Your ENERGY will also increase! 6) Crossfit is CHALLENGING. It pushes you to make and meet your fitness goals. It’s such a great feeling of accomplishment when you get your first handstand push-up or a personal record for a deadlift! 7) You can change your BODY. I look... read more


CrossFit is like any other sport or fitness methodology—we practice it, we prepare for it AND we accept the fact that it carries a risk of injury—as does running, weightlifting, bodybuilding, basketball, etc. There are, however, many things we can do to keep ourselves injury-free. Consider this a checklist to start with.

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How Exercise Keeps Us Young

Active older people resemble much younger people physiologically, according to a new study of the effects of exercise on aging. The findings suggest that many of our expectations about the inevitability of physical decline with advancing years may be incorrect and that how we age is, to a large degree, up to us. Aging remains a surprisingly mysterious process. A wealth of past scientific research has shown that many bodily and cellular processes change in undesirable ways as we grow older. But science has not been able to establish definitively whether such changes result primarily from the passage of time — in which case they are inevitable for anyone with birthdays — or result at least in part from lifestyle, meaning that they are mutable. This conundrum is particularly true in terms of inactivity. Older people tend to be quite sedentary nowadays, and being sedentary affects health, making it difficult to separate the effects of not moving from those of getting older. In the new study, which was published in The Journal of Physiology, scientists at King’s College London and the University of Birmingham in England decided to use a different approach. They removed inactivity as a factor in their study of aging by looking at the health of older people who move quite a bit. “We wanted to understand what happens to the functioning of our bodies as we get older if we take the best-case scenario,” said Stephen Harridge, senior author of the study and director of the Centre of Human and Aerospace Physiological Sciences at King’s College London. To accomplish that goal, the scientists recruited 85... read more

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