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According to the official definition CrossFit is a complex way of workout in which “constantly varied functional movements are performed at high intensity”.
Let me clarify this seemingly hazy statement.
-CrossFit is complex, meaning that it combines gymnastics, weightlifting, body weight training, kettlebell and cardio exercises and in this way it becomes an efficient strength and conditioning program.
-CrossFit is also constantly varied: workouts vary daily, which not only makes the classes more exciting, but also allows your body to make the most of the training while recovering from previous workouts.
-CrossFit is based on functional movements: movements, which are natural to the human body and reflect real-life activity. These are performed at high intensity, but it does not necessarily imply that each and everyone needs to perform the given workout in the same form or with the same weight.
– Each exercise is scalable and can be tailored for personal needs and abilities, which makes CrossFit a perfect way of training for people of different ages and level of fitness: either you are an athlete or a beginner, a person of an early or of an advanced age, you can adapt your workout to maximise your physical potential.
– Every workout can be measured and logged so that you can monitor your progress.
What do you do in a CrossFit class?
Classes are usually an hour long. They start with a warm up and some basic gymnastics, which are followed by strength or technical elements and end with a WOD. WOD is the workout of the day, which is generally the most intense part of the class. It varies daily and can combine different elements ranging from weightlifting, kettlebell, body weight and cardio exercises. It generally needs to be completed in a certain amount of time or as fast as possible.
What is the format of a CrossFit class?
These are expertly planned and coached in a group format. Training in a team creates good atmosphere and gives you a great motivation.
Suspension training equipments became poplura word-widely 4-5 years ago. The best-know brand is TRX on the market.
Essentially, it means bodyweight training, which is reflected by the motto of TRX: Make your body you machine.
Generally speaking this is how it works: these equipments have a suspension point from which there is a rope hanging. You have to grab this with your hands or insert your feet in the hook and do different exercises.
A few pros for TRX:
1.) Personalized use: due to its variability you may use it for physiotherapic purposes as well as strength training of top athletes. It can be used as part of mobilizing, stabilizing and endurance training in strength trainings.
2.) Adjustability of difficulty level: stepping forward to the suspension point the exercise gets more difficult and vice versa. (But obviously no one will hunt for the easy prey in the CrossFit Debrecen training hall.) J
3.) Development of core muscles:
4.) Diversity: if you don’t like the boring monotonicity of trainings then TRX is for You. All the exercises can be altered by the change of the suspension point and can be combined with many elements such as kettlebell, Stability pillow, Bosu, D-Band, etc…
The point of functional training is that the whole body is affected. It does not focus on different muscle groups but by complex exercises it trains different muscle groups at the same time. The base for the exercise is provided by everyday life movements, so squats, liftings, pushing and pulling movements. In order to execute these complex exercises we need to stabilize our initial posture by strengthening the core muscles. Thus as a kind of side-effect abdominal muscles and back muscles also get strengthened. In contrast with ordinary body-shaping workouts and strengthening exercises functional trainings also boosts the circulatory system, which has effect on our stamina. As the training is complex it shapes the whole body and has a good effect on our overall condition.
At our place there is the possibility to use the training room without a trainer. Pre-register (1 day in advance) is necessary for these Open Box possibilities by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text us simply on Facebook.
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