CrossFit the Fort

CrossFit the Fort

CrossFit Praus helped raise money for Habitat for Humanity by hosting the second annual 24 hour CrossFit the Fort. Check out the story for what CrossFit is, why they believe it's beneficial, and how you can get involved.
CrossFit Praus helped raise money for Habitat for Humanity by hosting the second annual 24 hour CrossFit the Fort. Check out the story for an explanation of what CrossFit is, and why they believe it's beneficial. For more information, visit the CrossFit Praus website at http://www.crossfitpraus.com/

Amanda Burge, "Something for people to keep in mind, there's a lot to CrossFit and there is definitely a learning curve.  So we do our best as coaches to come alongside, but just be patient with it and don't take it too seriously at the beginning.  Competing is really fun, but we don't have people do that right out of the gate.  We just want to make sure that the foundation is laid and then we add intensity, so we're all about safety and mechanics first."

Adam Greene, "Talk to somebody who does it.  Walk in the door.  Ask questions."

Amanda Burge, "Stay humble,  Check your ego at the door.  I was a soccer player my entire life.  I played soccer in college and CrossFit opened my eyes to weaknesses I didn't know I had, so that's sort of that end of the spectrum.  If it's kind of the couch to 5K mentality and someone hasn't done any type of exercising, great."
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