Do you think it requires the same language? My cross fit is in Spanish (I live in New Mexico). I used to take spinning classes in Germany when I lived there and just followed what everyone else was doing. I hear that cross fit is more about competition with yourself and tracking everything. I don't think I have enough Spanish to do that.
Any thoughts? Can anyone gauge the amount of language comprehension needed?
current weight: 150.0
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 1 8/13/12 11:02 A
I am new to this "team" and to spark people but when I saw your post I had to respond. Crossfit is amazing. I have been doing it for a solid month now and love everything about it, and actually see results. Each Crossfit gym is different, as they are independently owned, however overall people at Crossfit are very encouraging and motivational (they become your friends very quickly). I was intimidated too when I started but now fit right now. There are people there in the best shape of their lives, and people who have never played a sport and are working out for the first time. I say do it!
Fitness Minutes: (14,195) Posts: 119 8/10/12 11:23 A
Anyone do it? I have a year long membership to my (regular, not x-fit) gym in town that expires in November (I think). When that's over I'm not renewing with another year, as I don't plan on living here for another year. I was thinking about giving crossfit a go, but I'm a little intimidated. My goal is to lose some more fat before December, then start crossfit and hopefully get stronger. Anyone have experience or advice here?
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