12 CrossFit Myths Busted

People have strong opinions about CrossFit. STACK Expert Jennifer Britton says many of them are just plain wrong.

Endurance athletes should not do CrossFit

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Endurance athletes should not do CrossFit

As an endurance athlete who has shaved minutes off her 5K, 4-mile, and 5-mile times since starting CrossFit, I challenge any endurance athlete on this myth.

Before joining a CF gym, I thought it was nothing more than HIIT-style workouts.

Though there is a lot of "high-intensity interval training" in CrossFit, there is plenty of aerobic training for die-hard endurance junkies.

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As an endurance athlete who has shaved minutes off her 5K, 4-mile, and 5-mile times since starting CrossFit, I challenge any endurance athlete on this myth.

Before joining a CF gym, I thought it was nothing more than HIIT-style workouts.

Though there is a lot of "high-intensity interval training" in CrossFit, there is plenty of aerobic training for die-hard endurance junkies.

And I know the prospect of putting on weight is unnerving to a lot of endurance athletes.

You want to remain as lean as possible so as not to carry any additional poundage throughout a race.

However, with developed strength comes a developed ability to not only carry that newfound muscle weight, but to use it to your benefit when you need bursts of power and quick recovery.

Jennifer Britton, CrossFit Sixth City, Cleveland, Ohio

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