Crossfit Workout Exercises and Result
Before starting any workout program, it's probably clear that you have two questions in mind. One is "Will I be able to do this?" and the second is "Will I be able to see results?"
In the arena of weight loss and weight gain, the right kind of workout is necessary in order to be able to achieve goals that you have in mind. It is also necessary to have the right kind of diet, along with a healthy regimen of sleep and hydration. In essence, a workout program in order to get to your desired fitness level should not end with the exercise alone. It may be necessary to have a complete lifestyle overhaul in order to get the kind of body you want and that will be safe and sustainable in the long run.
Crossfit workouts have a program and individual exercises which are chosen and designed for a specific purpose -- to maximize a student's fitness by building 10 general physical skills. Crossfit identifies these skills to include cardiorespiratory endurance, stamina, strength, speed, agility, power, flexibility, balance, accuracy and coordination.
While some individuals may experience significant changes to their fitness level in a few weeks after starting Crossfit, the Crossfit program is designed to build a lifetime of health and wellness. Improving all 10 physical skills to their maximum capability can’t realistically be completed in a period of several weeks or even several months. Instead, it takes commitment and dedication over the long term that spans a lifetime.
It goes without saying though that if one enjoys the workouts, then maintaining this as a part of a healthy lifestyle won't be a problem. Crossfit exercises vary per day and students are allowed rest days per week for the body to recover--ensuring that you don't get tired of what you do and that you have time for the other aspects of your life. Not only that, crossfit fosters a community of positive body and fitness enthusiasts, so doing the workouts feel less like a competition and more of a shared goal to be the best person one can be through the fitness regimen.
What’s more, crossfit is designed to fit in seamlessly with your schedule. Most workouts last just 30 minutes through they are high in intensity. 30 minutes a day 5 times a week is easier to commit to than say, spending 2 hours at the gym every day but not having a clear idea of what you are doing or not doing the correct exercises at the correct intensity level.
Interested in Crossfit? Singapore is home to several gyms that offer Crossfit for reasonable rates and schedules. They usually offer trial sessions for newbies to get a feel of what it’s all about.