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LEARNINGWITHLIZ SparkPoints: (20,646)
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3/6/12 2:13 P

I haven't tried it yet, but I really want to. I have heard fantastic things about it.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
3/6/12 10:51 A

One of the Maximized living doctors I follow on facebook posts crossfit regimes mixed with surges. They are pretty tough, leave me breathless for the 5 minutes it takes me to recover and feeling awesome a few minutes later.

COLELIFTSNRUNS SparkPoints: (6,715)
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3/6/12 9:42 A

I'm also starting CrossFit this month. I am planning on doing it 2x a week and also doing my own cardio as well as BodyRock workouts on days I'm not doing CrossFit. I might work up to 3x a week but I don't want to over do it to start.

KASSAY25 Posts: 3,218
3/6/12 9:12 A

I've been Crossfitting for a year now. I would recommend it to anyone really, at least give it a try.
The great thing is there are modifications for just about everything we do so you can scale each workout to your fitness level. Try it out!! Usually CF offers a first day free trial, that's all it took for me and i was hooked!!

WYO_CASEY Posts: 580
3/6/12 8:54 A

I am thinking of signing up for Crossfit. The gym here has it at 5:15am and 7pm M-F and 10am on Sat.

Has anyone that's done this have any recommendations as to how often? Any tips or tricks?

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