You don’t see the best athletes in the world doing this so it’s just a matter of time before this fad fades away…and hopefully it’s soon.
Yes Nick. Most definitely will bring the handyman more business. We just need to help market more “how to make your own Crossfit at home”.
I guess you could look at it that way. However we place a lot of emphasis on safety and progression. We never box jump on piles of plates, kip or dip for that matter. So although I understand your point our system involves much less risk than some others.
correct. a strained quad would pertain more to the exercise itself rather than the safety/design of the facility. point being the workout wasn’t the problem, just inadequate facilities. someone could get hurt just as easily doing a mike boyle workout in their garage as they could doing a crossfit workout.