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What Is CrossFit?

CrossFit is a high-intensity exercise program with challenging, heart-pumping movements and workouts that change with each session. Generally, CrossFit workouts include functional exercises that participants complete within several rounds, a time limit, or a certain distance.

CrossFit workout movements may derive from Olympic gymnastics, weightlifting, and running.

Is Crossfit Safe?

CrossFit is a high-intensity form of exercise. Your risk for injuries increases anytime you increase the intensity of your workouts or the weight you lift.

Some common CrossFit injuries include:

  • low back pain
  • rotator cuff tendonitis
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • knee injuries
  • tennis elbow

If you’re new to CrossFit, it’s a bright idea to work with a trained fitness professional that can make sure you’re doing the exercises correctly. Having improper form, trying to move through activities too quickly, or lifting more than you can handle can lead to injury.

Beginners should go slower and gradually increase their weight until their fitness level improves.

CrossFit isn’t safe for everyone. Continuing may be fine if you’re pregnant and already practicing CrossFit, but talk to your doctor first. If you’re expectant and new to CrossFit, you should wait until after your pregnancy to start.

CrossFit isn’t safe if you’re injured or have other serious health concerns. Ensure you get cleared by your doctor first or work with a physical therapist before starting CrossFit.

If you’re over 65 and already physically fit, CrossFit may or may not be safe to try. Talk to your doctor before starting.

The benefit of CrossFit?

The benefit of CrossFit_Improves Heart Health

One of the health benefits of CrossFit exercise contains improving your cardiac stamina.

Some sign suggests that similar high-intensity training, like high-intensity interval training (HIIT), also helps improve cardiovascular endurance and lowers your risk of heart disease.

But, other research supports that CrossFit’s high-intensity exercises may be unsafe for someone with heart disease. If you have, multiple heart disease risk issues, the researchers guided proper cardiac screening.

Improves Your Mental Health

it can also have positive effects on mental and emotional health. “It shows people that they are capable of more than they think. Gaining mental durability and pushing yourself to new heights in a CrossFit class can dribble down to other parts of your life and give you the self-assurance to challenge the unknown.”

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