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04-04-2014 10:59 PM
wyoung2153 I would assume only the fittest of the crossfitters get to do it... just what I hear though... because it's secret and all..


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04-04-2014 10:47 PM
wyoung2153 Hahaha not to my knowledge.. but it would be cool!

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04-04-2014 10:42 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by wyoung2153 View Post
It makes me wonder why people are so offended or annoyed by it.. I mean it's just another hobby in my eyes.

Isn't being a crossfitter like being in a secret fraternity of sorts ??

I have "heard" that crossfitters have secret handshakes, signals and codewords. They even get preferred seating at many restaurants if the maitre' d happens to be a crossfitter.


SuperG
04-04-2014 06:03 PM
wyoung2153
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I only talk to other Crossfit people about Crossfit, but I have had other people get annoyed when I talk about it, even when I am not talking to them. Same with running or anything you do. People that don't do it don't necessarily want to hear about it. I think they are all just jealous and wish that they could do it too
It makes me wonder why people are so offended or annoyed by it.. I mean it's just another hobby in my eyes.
04-04-2014 05:47 PM
meldleistikow I only talk to other Crossfit people about Crossfit, but I have had other people get annoyed when I talk about it, even when I am not talking to them. Same with running or anything you do. People that don't do it don't necessarily want to hear about it. I think they are all just jealous and wish that they could do it too
04-04-2014 05:14 PM
wyoung2153 Haha my thoughts exactly. Its just so far been a great experience... suuuuuuper sore the first week. But that means I'm doing something at least! Lol.

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04-04-2014 02:33 PM
SuperG Hey..I'm all about staying fit...even if it makes me cross I suppose.

Any exercise is good exercise plus it makes me feel better about my vices.


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04-04-2014 02:26 PM
wyoung2153
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I started in October (going twice a week) with about a month off this winter. I started it because they offered it at work. I don't like regular gyms and I like having other people around me that will push me and encourage me to go as hard as I can. Plus it can be a friendly competition among everyone. We all keep score of how we do and post it on the board. I also run a lot and am training for a marathon. I don't know that I would do crossfit if it wasn't free for me. Going to an actual crossfit gym can be pricey and I spend my money on IPO .

What made you decide to do it?
I have done weightlifting on my own for a while now but have been getting really really bored and started losing motivation for working out. Someone I work with suggested I look at her gym and I did.. I love the atmosphere, the comradery, and the coaches are awesome. I pay though.. I could go on base but I prefer not to.

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You know how I know someone does crossfit?

They tell me EVERY DAY that they do crossfit...
Ha.. I'll be sure to message you with that statement too I'll admit I only new about it because so many people that do it talk about it a lot.

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"crossfit" sounds like an adjective for a really pissed off person having a tantrum....like a double curmudgeon.

Is crossfit some new sport for dogs like rally or flyball ??? Never heard of it before.

SuperG
LOL it's just an exercise program, for humans not dogs Started out small and just kept growing. I have heard good and bad things about it but foudn a gym that seemed to actually be in really good shape with safety and form, so I tried it out. I'm super new at it and just thought it would be cool to talk to others about it. People at my work talk crap about it so much it gets annoying, moreso wanted positive experiences on here
04-04-2014 02:21 PM
SuperG "crossfit" sounds like an adjective for a really pissed off person having a tantrum....like a double curmudgeon.

Is crossfit some new sport for dogs like rally or flyball ??? Never heard of it before.

SuperG
04-04-2014 12:10 PM
Baillif Lol
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