OK, so you ended up on another blog and you’re wondering if it’s worth reading…. If you answer “Hell Yeah” to most of these questions, then I would say it is!
Do you like crossfit?
Do you set personal goals and want motivation to achieve them?
Do you enjoy being part of a #Team and #Community?
Are you interested in hearing how a non professional athlete sets goals, creates a plan, and #Rises&Grinds to the outcome?
Have you ever had to come back from injury and dealt with the emotional and physical challenge?
If like me, you answered yes to these questions, then chances are most of the blog is going to be interesting to you. I will share what works, what doesn’t work, and my own perspective on balancing life with health and fitness goals.
CrossFit, Inc. describes its strength and conditioning program as “constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity across broad time and modal domains,” with the stated goal of improving fitness, which it defines as “work capacity across broad time and modal domains.”
I and a friend / fellow enthusiast / competitor (This Guy) want to see how many meaningful improvements we can make in this direction.
From a publicly documented baseline in December to the outcome in early July.
We’re hoping that by making our goals ambitions and our journey public it will hold us to account and generate the inspection and motivation we need to keep going.
In return, we plan to organise some events, activities, education and entertainment so that we can all advance our skills, knowledge, capability and community.