How many times should you be training each week to get the most out of CrossFit?

Well the answer depends on your health and fitness goals…

In a video we posted up to Facebook on the weekend, Craig and I go over 5 different scenarios outlining how many weekly sessions different kinds of people would need to get results from CrossFit.

1. A complete newbie (no previous training background)
2. Someone coming from Bootcamp or a Globo Gym
3. Someone who already HAS a chosen sport (team or individual) and is looking for extra strength and conditioning
4. Someone who is looking to become a CrossFit competitor (CrossFit IS your sport)
5. Someone who is currently injured and/or undergoing injury rehab

How many times should you be training each week to get the most out of CrossFit? Craig and I go over 5 different scenarios outlining how many weekly sessions different kinds of people would need to get results from CrossFit.1. A complete newbie (no previous training background)2. Someone coming from Bootcamp or a Globo Gym3. Someone who already HAS a chosen sport (team or individual) and is looking for extra strength and conditioning4. Someone who is looking to become a CrossFit competitor (CrossFit IS your sport)5. Someone who is currently injured and/or undergoing injury rehabIf you have any questions and/or would like to get in touch with Adapt and find out how we can help you to become stronger, fitter and faster – follow the directions below…

Posted by Adapt CrossFit on Monday, 6 April 2015

Training 7.5.15

A. Power clean + Hang Clean – work to a max in 15 mins

B. 3RM Push Press (10 mins)

C. Partner WOD – 14 min AMRAP – P1 goes, then P2 goes

  • 10 pull ups
  • 10 pistols (alternating)
  • 10 push ups

FF options:

  • 10 pull ups/ring rows
  • 20 air squats
  • 10 push ups

Post loads, rounds and training notes to comments or BTWB