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The main downside is I don't usually see "ripped" people doing Crossfit
"The main downside is I don't usually see "ripped" people doing Crossfit"Is this a joke? I don't do Crossfit myself, but just search on Crossfit Games on Youtube if you want to see some amazingly ripped and strong people, including plenty of Crossfit women who stronger and more ripped than most men.
Hey bud. There's no shortage of Push/Pull standard "bodybuilding" programs, but yes you could also use rope and people as your weight at a local Crossfit "box". I think Crossfit, at this point, is "overbought" as they say on Wall Street, but it of course can be used effectively as well (like any program) depending on your nutrition, intensity, dedication, genetics, etc.
...but I will be sticking to normal lifting and cardio.
Quote from: Cave Man Wayne on October 09, 2012, 06:48:33 PM...but I will be sticking to normal lifting and cardio. What do you do for cardio? HIIT or more traditional cardio?
I'm talking about generic Crossfitters, not YouTube sensations I have been to 8 gyms in my area and have not seen more than 2 people that look "ripped". I think you missed the point of this topic. I'm simply looking from advice from people who have done it and actually know what they are talking about.
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