Is he wearing jean shorts ..... WTF is wrong with that guy ...... oh wait the baby ...
Facebook stalk your CrossFit friends much? I'm guessing Mr. Wise (or whoever took those) didn't want to ask Mr. Samms for his permission so its good they spent the time pchoping the names and blurring photos anyway you took 5 posts from him and I'm not sure what point your trying to make.
The First = a joke, the census is bureaucratic nonsense anyway
The Second = he doesn't like 5k rows...they're pretty freaking awful
The Third = he did a workout in honor of a US solider who was killed in Afghanistan - what an ass
The Fourth = Who hasn't joked about having trouble driving after a leg day?
The Fifth = Sarcasm? Do you seriously believe the guy wants to give himself rhabdo? He likes to push himself during workouts
Funny. My impression of Crossfit was that they just get normal people to put in the work similar to what world class athletes do routinely, and have done for years.
I see nothing in any of these videos that isn't what I haven't seen NBA level basketball players doing, even starting in High school. I guess I see the results, but I don't see how this is "revolutionary" in the least...maybe for someone with an office job, but anyone who's been around high level athletes knows they put in just as much, or more work in the gym.
that can't be real. if it is that dude deserves to be hanged by the balls and beaten like a pinata at a "5 De Mayo" mexican party.
As bad as it sounds, it would have been 1000x better for him to just strap the kid to a nail on the wall.
who the hell brings an infant to a gym where there is no daycare facility?
found this linked the other day, i dont think it brings anything to the table that leaky hadnt mentioned but just supplements his points.
This quote pretty much sums up what I think about CF:
"Seeing CF online or in their gym may spark their interest to the point of trying it. And CF is much better than their alternative. That’s part of the reason why I don’t actively hate on CF; cause it could be worse. They could be doing nothing."
Off that thread posted ...
Have you always followed your own program or have you tried some programs written by other people (i.e. Wendler's 5/3/1 or similar)?
I tried CrossFit for 2 years. It exacerbated my injuries, produced some significant health problems, forced me to rationalize the illogic of the program in public, and set my strength back about 5 years. I'm just now recovering. So I'll be more careful in the future about trying things that actually make no ****ing sense.