If you enjoy doing Crossfit, listen up.
Crossfit is hard. Really hard.
And it can take a toll on your body if you're not careful. Especially as you get older.
Despite the tremendous benefits that Crossfit provides, you still have to be smart and strategic with your training otherwise you'll just run yourself into the ground.
There's a difference between the pain of a good, intense workout and the pain that leads to chronic injuries. Training through that kind of pain is the worst thing you can do!
It has been shown that the number one predictor of future injury is your past injury history.
So unless you start training smarter, you're standing DIRECTLY in the way of your own progress.
Not only will you never reach your full potential but you're actually becoming more and more susceptible to injury.
Once it happens - and it WILL happen - there's no telling how long it will take to recover from whatever you break, snap, or tear this time.
I hate to play the age card but you're not 22 anymore so you shouldn't train like you are either.
Too many high volume and high intensity workouts without a solid foundation and adequate recovery is a recipe for disaster.
On the other hand, if you want to get stronger and more resilient so you can continue to enjoy your daily WODs, there's a more effective approach.
I've spent the last decade competing in the sport of Crossfit and along the way I've been tweaking and refining my training methods to both maximize my overall fitness but to also keep my body strong and healthy in the process.
Along the way, I've also helped many others do the same by implementing smarter training techniques that allow them to make continual progress over the long run.
Once I share this program with you, the way you train and feel will change forever:
Your lower back won't light up every time you bend down to pick up a barbell
Your shoulders won't feel achy whenever you try to do pull-ups.
Your knees won't hurt when you go below parallel.
Your hips won't feel like they're cemented in place.
Your elbows and wrists won't feel tender to the touch.
The program you're about to learn about is head and shoulders above anything else you compare it to.
Keep reading because even if you don't want to admit it, no one, I mean NO ONE, wants to train in pain.