CrossFit Review

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CrossFit’s website touts its program as “the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide.” The CrossFit program is designed for individual adaptability, allowing anyone who is committed to getting in shape the opportunity to apply the principles of this plan to their daily regiment. This plan says that it uses the same routines for elderly individuals who have heart disease as it does for trained fighters preparing for a major bout. Cardio exercise, weight training, and nutrition are the key components of this well laid out and diverse plan.


The official website for CrossFit covers all areas of fitness and nutrition. Its fitness focus is well blended with cardio training, isometrics, weight lifting, and nutrition. Each section of the program gives advice such as; how to eat, what to eat, and when to eat. CrossFit uses the well established philosophy of 30/40/30: 30% protein, 40% carbs and 30% lean fat as the nutritional base for a healthy diet.

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CrossFit’s website features a Workout of the Day (WOD) section on the main page which is recommended as a good starting point for each day’s exercises. The website’s features included: exercises, nutritional guidelines, blogs, and health for the kids, fun and informative events, and the opportunity to subscribe to CrossFit’s online journal.

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  • Free and informative website.
  • Sound advice on exercise and nutrition.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is a prominent feature on the main page.


  • Some of the plans exercise regimens are not possible for all participants.
  • Substitute exercises regimens are still in the process of being developed.
  • The online journal is not free. The cost is $25 per year.
  • No phone number is listed on the website so it would be difficult to contact a live person regarding concerns, questions, or recommendations.


There are several success stories and customer testimonials on the official website for CrossFit. Participants in the CrossFit plan can interact with each other to receive support (which may help them stick with their diets and workouts) and share information on the blogging page. The FAQ section is comprehensive and covers just about any question one might have regarding the plan. One concern is that participants need to be able to do certain exercises as part of the plan. While CrossFit realizes that substitute exercises need to be available, it is something they are still working on. This plan does have a well balanced focus on nutrition, cardio exercise, and weight training. The plan appears to be very comprehensive and is adaptable to all ages and physical fitness levels. While CrossFit is not a franchise, it does allow fitness enthusiasts to become affiliate members of the CrossFit family. From the garage, basement or members convening at the gym, this plan is designed to be accomplished anywhere. The website includes information and the application needed for becoming a CrossFit affiliate.

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    Actually crossfit has a lot of different substitutions for exercises. There are crossfit gyms in most cities, with certified trainers. Perhaps you should do your research before commenting.

    There are several crosffiters in my class that have bum knees, backs, and shoudlers. they always are provided sub exercises.