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Crossfit

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William Ward

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CrossFit
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Will,Erica, Ryan, Kristen and Jake What is CrossFit? Crossfit is a strength and conditioning program that is used to improve overall fitness. Usually intense short workouts that improves functional movements(movements we do everyday). Basic movements include:
Squats, Deadlifts, Presses, Pull ups, running, jumping, throwing and carrying History of CrossFit

Crossfit was created by Greg Glassman in 1995 where he opens his first crossfit gym in Santa Cruz California..

There are now more than 4400 world wide gyms. "Diane"

21-15-9 reps of:
225 pound Deadlift
Handstand push-ups WOD g Games Crossfit CrossFit Games Held every summer since 2007 and is used to determine fittest man and woman in the world. More than 69,000 people, from 73 countries, signed up for the 2012 games. These 69,000 compete for spots in the 17 regionals then only three men, women and teams go to the games. Effects of Crossfit Loss of Body Fat
Build Muscle
Improved Cardiovascular Health
Improved Functional Movements
Increase in daily energy
Overall improvements of health Pros and cons of Crossfit Cons
No certification for trainers
No progression in workouts for most gyms.

Pros
Competitive, Group exercies
Effects on health
Convienence CrossFit vs P90X CrossFit
Competitive
Larger Groups
Unlimited number of workouts P90X
Progresssion
Conveinence
Simple Movements Bibliography CrossFit.com
Wikipedia.org/wiki/CrossFit
Games.CrossFit.com
Wodshop.com
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