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Olympic Weight Lifting          

 

Olympic weightlifting, or Olympic-style weightlifting, is a sport in which athletes compete in lifting a barbell loaded with weight plates from the ground to overhead, with each athlete vying to successfully lift the heaviest weights.

Kettlebell Exercise 

 

Many kettlebell exercises are a form of ballistic training. Ballistic training works on explosive power through maximizing acceleration and minimizing deceleration. These explosive movements stimulate the abdominal muscles tremendously well.

CrossFit Gymnastics

 

Gymnastics is one of the three foundational modalities of CrossFit. In CrossFit, the gymnastics label is applied any exercise in which you move your body through a range of motion (ROM) or extended range of motion (EROM) without an external load.

Functional Exercise                          

Functional fitness training is the most comprehensive and inclusive term to describe the variety of activities performed. Functional fitness training must develop the people's competency in various realms, including demonstrations of aerobic capacity, strength, bodyweight endurance, bodyweight skills, and power. In this sense, CrossFit is a type of functional fitness training.

CrossFit Pose Running                              

What is the definition of good running technique? Running happens in three separate phases: the pose, the fall, and the pull. Not only the technique but you also need endurance. You could take a CrossFitter and have them run a marathon and they could do decently well as CrossFitters compete in endurance sports.

 

CrossFit Nutrition                              

As a general guide, CrossFit recommends that athletes "eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar" and "keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat." More specific CrossFit dietary recommendations are based on the Zone Diet.

 

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