Your Illustrated Guide to CrossFit

We’ve written about CrossFit quite a bit. Because — especially for the beginner — there’s a lot to learn. Like, what the lingo means. The myths. The workouts. The gear. And, how to stay injury-free. And this infographic created by eReplacementParts with the foundational movements, WODs and benefits of CrossFit breaks it all down in a really cool, illustrated way.

Source: eReplacementParts.com

Another benefit of CrossFit that I can personally attest to? Improved self confidence and an overall feeling of badassness. It’s my favorite benefit, in fact. —Jenn

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  1. Kerri says:

    This is so helpful! I’m really interested in trying crossfit, but I’ve been put off by the pricing in my area (Boston). It’s $300-$600 to start a “beginner’s program,” which all the gyms nearby seem to require. Any tips on getting into crossfit in an affordable way?

  2. Jorge says:

    I have experienced the supreme effect of CrossFit workouts. Not only for physical fitness but for mental health, it’s necessary to work out well in a proper routine. Of course, no one is perfect, but at such moment, taking help and picking the right guide is very essential. Your trainers and gym partners would be the best in this. So always be ready for it.

  3. Tressie says:

    If you want to make flat belly and strong abs, nothing is better than the cross fit workout. Especially when you are strong enough to perform them, the 30-day workout challenges is the best. Set targets for your body and work accordingly.