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Every technical exercise can be reduced to one of our primary movement patterns – squat, lunge, pull-up, push-up, and sit-up. To date, we’ve been able to accommodate everyone, regardless of their physical capacity. In other words, there’s never been a person to walk through our doors who we had to turn away because they were too out of shape for CrossFit. It’s ridiculous, really! The idea that CrossFit itself is dangerous (people act carelessly) and that you’ve got to have a certain level of fitness to do it (people fail at the margins of their comfort zone) is out of proportion to the reality, the undeniable evidence, that CrossFit makes people better! In seven years we’ve never had a problem or had to turn anyone away. Anyone who trains with us gets results. They get better. And though the training is easily scalable and accessible to anyone, it’s still hard work. You’ve got to be willing to put in the time and effort to get what you want out of it. Has it ever been any other way?
Workout of the Day
Five rounds for time:
15 deadlifts, 110 kg
20 box jumps, 24 in