CrossFit is legit. There is no denying the efficacy of mix modal, high intensity training, using primarily functional movements. Is it for everybody? Yes and no. Everyone can benefit. Not everyone will enjoy it. Enjoyment is a huge piece. If you don’t like it you won’t give it everything and whatever you hold back will be withheld in terms of results, pace of progress, and longevity. One of the reasons folks find it tough is because the prescription is so general. While everyone can benefit from being stronger some folks have some unique and important needs that are not addressed in a way that maximizes each person individual opportunity for success. One of the ways folks can get more out of CrossFit is to get some individual attention. Get some help working on your unique weaknesses. This may be technique in the gym, nutritional assistance, or even coaching around lifestyle. We have folks who work with us who want to compliment what happens in class like Silver or folks who work completely on their own, sometimes in a different gym, who just need help creating a plan. Silver invested the extra time to work on his barbell skills. We worked technique, positioning, as well as had conversations around effort and lifestyle. If you have watched the changes over the past 6 months then you know he is putting in the work. This is the first of many highlight videos of our program design clients.