12 CrossFit Myths Busted

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CrossFit is only for younger athletes

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CrossFit is only for younger athletes

"I'm too old to start CrossFit," is a falsehood Coach Shane has heard several times in his career.

It is perhaps the easiest myth of all to bust.

I started CrossFit when I was 36.

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"I'm too old to start CrossFit," is a falsehood Coach Shane has heard several times in his career.

It is perhaps the easiest myth of all to bust.

I started CrossFit when I was 36.

Feeling broken after years of endurance training for triathlons, I walked into my first CF gym a complete skeptic and a little scared.

So many of the members were 10+ years younger than me.

However, working out side-by-side with those 20-somethings were 30-somethings, 40-somethings, 50-somethings, and even a few 60-somethings.

Some of the best CrossFit athletes I know are in their 40s and 50s.

There's a reason why there's a Masters division in the Games, and there's a reason why the age range goes up to 60+.

With the easy scalability of every movement, anyone can start CrossFit at any age and any state of fitness in their life.

Shane Davis, CrossFit Luminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

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