12 CrossFit Myths Busted

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

Women will get bulky and/or men will lose strength.

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Women will get bulky and/or men will lose strength.

Anyone who believes either one of those canards has clearly never met a day-to-day CrossFit athlete.

I'd also be willing to bet that they are basing their (completely wrong) assumption on seeing elite female athletes compete in The CrossFit Games or listening to all the bashing that male bodybuilders aim at the "sport of fitness."

I don't have enough characters in this article to fully delve into the depth of stupidity of this myth.

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Anyone who believes either one of those canards has clearly never met a day-to-day CrossFit athlete.

I'd also be willing to bet that they are basing their (completely wrong) assumption on seeing elite female athletes compete in The CrossFit Games or listening to all the bashing that male bodybuilders aim at the "sport of fitness."

I don't have enough characters in this article to fully delve into the depth of stupidity of this myth.

Need proof? Walk into your local CF box and take a look around.

If you do CrossFit 3-6 times a week, you will get stronger.

You will put on some muscle.

And you will be much happier for it.

Adam Daugherty, CrossFit Sixth City, Cleveland, Ohio

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