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      03-11-2018, 10:33 PM   #97
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Originally Posted by Performancedieselpros View Post
The point is to not use momentum!

You have to remember EVERY form of physical conditioning places emphasis on control and form, except crossfit! Hints the increase of injury in CF!

Muscle recruitment is key to healthy muscles and skeletal balance.

From sustainability standpoint you'll actually work your muscles, and not just hip flexors. Also actually less harsh on erectors spinae as it allows full glute, ham, quad recruitment!

Here's perspective, the best crossfitters are built on the gym floor using fundamental lifting.

Plus it helps to be around 5ft-5ft 9in.
honestly injury happens in CF b/c they allow anyone with a Level 1 trainer license to open a gym and coach. And all you have to do to get the level 1 is attend a weekend course. Most of the injuries and horror stories you hear about in CF are due to poor coaching and less so on poor movement....b/c they weren't talk correctly.
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