Why do you think there is so much push back against Crossfit programming?
CrossFit programming falls under the umbrella of high intensity, steady state training. This type of training has a tremendous benefit in terms of power, speed, and endurance, but it is not sustainable to do this type of training every day. Good CrossFit boxes will include recovery workouts or "work-ins" between the intense workouts to allow for proper recovery.
Transcript: "Why do I think? There's so much pushback against CrossFit programming. So I'm not going to talk about coaches and quality of coaches or certification of coaches. I'm going to talk about the programming itself. The programming in CrossFit, Falls under the considerations of what we would call high, intensity steady state training. So we're trying to produce a lot of work in a very short period of time and essentially turning weight training or gymnastics training into a and those skills into a race and so the result to the body is that we get a high-intensity response that creates a very high heart rate and we have to maintain that heart rate for the entire race. Now, that's It's fantastic. If we're doing it every now and then. But the challenge becomes is in the CrossFit programming, is that is a workout of the day that something that is required of us almost every day. And when CrossFit first came out, they, you know, we're pretty strict on, you're going to do a wad every single day, and it's going to be in this format high intensity, steady state. It might be an amrap, it might be an Imam, it might be As many rounds as possible as many reps as possible. There were specific, programming, attributes that all fell under. The umbrella of high-intensity steady state training. This has a tremendous benefit in terms of the amount of power speed and endurance that we can create and to try to sustain an obviously elevates. Our conditioning level the challenges that it's just not sustainable like to be able to do that. Every day of the week is not Not sustainable. And what Chris CrossFit had to do is they had to implement some recovery workouts or as I call them work, ins in between the workouts to allow for that recovery so that you weren't coming every day. So, if you've got a good box, that knows how to program nose, out of scheduled programming. I think you're okay. For me, I'll only program high intensity steady state training once to twice per week, maximum,"