5 Exercises You Are Not Doing That Could Improve Your CrossFit

5 Exercises You Are Not Doing That Could Improve Your CrossFit:

1) You are not doing the following exercises:

a) Pushups (You have to do push ups to do any other exercise).

b) Pullups (You must pull yourself up from your chair if you want to perform any other exercise).

c) Crunches (If you want to move around in the gym, you need to use your arms or legs).

d) Lunge (Lunges are very difficult to do without assistance).

e) Swings (Swings require strength and coordination).

2) You are not doing the following exercises:

a) Jumping Jacks (Jumping Jacks requires strength and coordination).

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b) Burpees (Burpees require endurance and stamina).

3) You are not doing the following exercises:

a) Squats (Squatting requires strength and endurance).

b) Pushups (Pushups requires strength and endurance).

c) Pullups (Pullups require strength and muscle endurance).

d) Sit-Ups (Sit-ups require strength and stamina).

e) Running (Running requires endurance and stamina).

f) Sprints (Sprints require endurance and stamina).

g) Crawling (Crawling requires strength and endurance).

h) Resting (Resting is a vital part of exercise).

i) Sleeping (Sleeping allows your body to recover).

j) Walking (Walking is the best way to improve your endurance and stamina).

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k) Walking Upstairs (Walking Upstairs requires strength and endurance).

l) Walking Downstairs (Walking Downstairs requires strength and endurance).

m) Carrying Weights (Carrying Weights requires strength and endurance).

n) Swinging Weights (Swinging Weights requires strength and endurance).

4) You are not doing the following exercises:

a) Presses (Presses require strength and coordination).

b) Holds (Holding requires strength and endurance).

c) Carries (Carrying requires strength and endurance).

d) Throws (Throwing requires strength and coordination).

e) Sprints (Sprinting requires strength and coordination).

f) Dips (Dips require strength and muscle endurance).

g) Rowing (Rowing requires strength and coordination).

Sources & references used in this article:

Determining the engergy expenditure and relative intensity of two crossfit workouts by PE Babiash – 2013 – minds.wisconsin.edu

What keeps athletes in the gym? Goals, psychological needs, and motivation of CrossFit™ participants by BA Sibley, SM Bergman – … Journal of Sport and Exercise …, 2018 – Taylor & Francis

Breaking barriers: Women’s experiences of CrossFit training during pregnancy by T Prewitt-White, CP Connolly… – Women in Sport …, 2018 – journals.humankinetics.com

Scaling CrossFit workouts by J Gordon – The CrossFit Journal, 2015 – library.crossfit.com

The World of CrossFit by P DiPrimio – 2020 – books.google.com

The role of social capital and community belongingness for exercise adherence: An exploratory study of the CrossFit gym model by J Whiteman-Sandland, J Hawkins… – Journal of health …, 2018 – journals.sagepub.com

CrossFit: Fitness cult or reinventive institution? by MC Dawson – International review for the sociology of sport, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com