Differentiating between training, testing, and competing is vital to your progress. Confuse them at your peril.
As Amy Kievit wrote in Crossfit Journal of her struggles with anxiety and stress, “My only real salvation during that time was knowing I would feel good the next time I went to a CrossFit class. I held on to that knowledge to help get me through some rough parts. Some days it was the only thing I looked forward to.”
For many of us ladies, managing sweaty post-workout hair becomes a major time concern. Lucky for you, by following some simple tips, you’ll find it easier to make time for the gym and freshen up in a pinch!
More professional sports are implementing CrossFit workouts, as it is dynamic and adaptable and improves cardio, power, speed, stamina and agility.
This post is for someone who wants to be healthier and better than yesterday but find themselves struggling.