Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by Dead_pool, Sep 22, 2013.
Why, oh why...would a nice fellow like you, want to live in a country that bans boxing?!?
because the people don't riot and loot in the streets, killing innocents, stealing wantonly and even abandoning their own babies to do so like they're currently doing in half of argentina because cops want a pay raise and went on strike.
also they have trash bins in public transports and let you bring your pets on board.
*Starts looking at job ads in Oslo*
*Spends 30 secs looking at job ads in Oslo*
*Googles "Norwegian girls"*
*Googles "Hot Norwegian girls"*
Steve, you just won the Internet.
Worrying that was in my favourites bar right?
I'd be more worried if it wasn't!
That means your dose is just right.
Keep that up Steve and a different part of your body might suffer from rhabdo...
Seriously though, I haven't been to a Crossfit "Box" (why do they even call it that?!). I like the idea of pushing yourself, the high intensity and the variety of exercise. But I'm constantly off-put by the horror stories of people injuring themselves and others who think they own the world 'cos they train hard for 3-4 hours a week tops. That OP is just horrifying.
A most definitive and unequivocal answer.
I love CrossFit. It is good for making a good body.
Care to elaborate on that point?
Wow. Came for the martial arts, but hot Norwegian women definitely a bonus.
The sport of fitness kinda makes sense when you think about the type of fitness they are aiming at. They are not talking about specific fitness. They are talking about general fitness, as in fitness for a great many things. At least that is what I gathered when I went and talked to one. Honestly what threw me off from joining was the fact that few of the trainers looked like they were in any appreciable shape.
Separate names with a comma.