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Are you using your fitness in “Life?”

Updated: Jan 18



Changing the Mold of our perception on getting active:

We live in a world where Fitness is fast becoming an important aspect and part of our lives. In the past training and working out seemed more of a luxury and something that was done to kill time, but with the recent years of medical studies to back facts, as to why getting physically active has benefits, including prolonging life, and with our recent changed lives due to COVID, we have all started becoming more aware of how health is wealth.


This global conciseness of becoming healthy has been such an amazing thing to see, we focus on getting individuals fitter and better at all modalities of fitness through CrossFit (cardio and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy) promoting longevity and a higher quality of life.

BUT now our next question is, are you as individuals enjoying and applying being fit to your lives? Are you enjoying the experience of that better quality of life? It is all great to have amazing biceps or that “Oooh” so coveted six-pack, toned legs etc. Though are you making use of your fitness outside the constructs of the 4 walls known as a gym, the box or fitness facility? You are fit with a purpose, apply the cross functional fitness of CrossFit to everyday life. CrossFit has created a platform to work on so many aspects of fitness that one can apply it to everyday life, from being fitter to go hiking with friends, stronger to help move furniture, saving a trip to the car and back carrying more grocery bags, or even being able to keep up with your little ones who are so endlessly busy.


So we challenge you to take a look at your fitness that you have acquired and see how you are now using it to better your everyday life, and make sure you are making the most of your quality of life through all the hard work you have put in. Just like a good investment, make sure to capitalize on that well earned interest and enjoy the fruits of your labor.



Published By: André T Fritz


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