Why CrossFit Matters

Pete and Broxx just finished a Business Casual Rowing WOD

The lessons learned through physical training are unavoidable. The character traits required and developed through physical training are universally applicable to all endeavors. Perserverance, industry, sacrifice, self-control, integrity, honesty and commitment are best and most easily learned at our gym. Even clients who have found spectacular success in business, sport, war, or love find their most important values buttressed, refined and nourished in rigorous training”
– Greg Glassman

For those of us that do CrossFit. We all know it takes a certain kind of person to do CrossFit.

Simple question CrossFitters: Why does CrossFit Matter to YOU?

3 Responses to “Why CrossFit Matters”

  1. Kimberly Says:

    What an easy question…..Crossfit gives me life!

    It is the place where I find people who care about me and my success, share the same interest and frame of mind as me about with fitness and healthy habits, and it is the place I go to learn how to BELIEVE in myself and goals!

  2. Crossfit matters to me for so many reasons. The first–since I was a kid, I’ve always wanted to be the guy who was ripped and just gave off an aura of strength and stability. Crossfit has brought me closer than ever to that goal. Second, it gives me tons of confidence in my abilities…I figure if I can do this, there’s nothing I’m incapable of doing. Third, the feeling one receives after finishing (especially after crushing) a WOD is almost like a drug, which in turn, becomes addicting.

  3. CrossFit matters to me because I not only have I started to gain confidence in myself back but I have a fire in me to succeed and most of all, a fire for fitness again. People outside of CF find it hard to believe that I can actually do the number of reps or lift what we really do!

    CF has helped me realize how important fitness is to me! It’s not only the arse whoopins that bring me back every week, but it is truely the supportive friends I have found at CF…..ones that help pick me up when I’m down versus taking the opportunity to kick me when I’m down.

    I hope one day, I will be able to help train others as well….someday!

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