Never kicked a CrossFit box? You may be surprised how little they are compared to your typical training area. Most speakers look like a Marie Kondo-ed version of your standard gym. Crossfit is one of the most varied and intense workouts available – but it does not really require a lot of equipment.
CrossFit is characterized by its combination of gymnastics, weight lifting, Olympic weightlifting and metabolic cycling, rowing and jumping rope). Most of the time, you use equipment such as a barbell, chin-up bar, rings, kettlebells, a rowing machine, an attacking wheel, or a combat rope. However, some of the most revered CrossFit workouts only require your body weight. (Take a look at Bob Harper's home, zero equipment, CrossFit training at home, for example.) And if the official CrossFit Instagram tip is a clue, you can seriously train if you only use the furniture in your living room.
As a longtime CrossFit athlete and trainer, I claim that the * true * CrossFit experience occurs mainly in a CrossFit box. However, there are times when a CrossFit home gym can help you keep up with your workouts and save a lot of money. (A recent report found that a monthly CrossFit membership in the US averages $ 1
Good news: installing a CrossFit fitness center in your home can be as easy as installing one pull-up bar. Whether you want to keep it simple or turn your garage into a full-fledged box (for which CrossFit founder and CEO Greg Glassman is all about), you'll find everything you need to make it work without having to leave your home ,