Beginner’s CrossFit Workout

Give CrossFit a try and see if the latest fitness trend is for you!

Ready to test the waters of CrossFit? This workout is basic, easy to follow, and provides you with typical CrossFit exercises. If you like this type of workout, then CrossFit may be a good fitness regimen for you!

CrossFit gyms can be found across the globe. They often offer a variety of beginner or advanced classes with trainers to help supervise. This is a good way to learn form correctly and prevent injury. However CrossFit gyms may not be accessible in every location. So, if this CrossFit workout gets your heart pumping, and you like the challenge, then stay tuned for more CrossFit style workouts to come!

The 10 Minute Swing, Jump, and Dip

Equipment Needed: A kettlebell, a 1 ft platform to jump on (such as a step or box platform at the gym), chair and a Timer (Gymboss is a free app download)

What to Do: Set the clock to 10 minutes. Complete 10 repetitions of each exercise. See how many rounds you can complete in 10 minutes. Then next time you come back to do the workout, see if you can beat your number of rounds!

Exercises:
1. Kettlebell Swings
2. Box Jumps
3. Tricep Dips

Kettlebell Swings

Box Jumps

Tricep Dips

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Allison Gentry

Allison attended East Tennessee State University where she graduated with a Bachelors in Exercise Science. She earned her certification as a personal trainer through Aerobics & Fitness Association of America. Allison is currently in her final year of study in the pursuit of a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. In her free time she participates in extreme obstacle course racing, having completed one Tough Mudder and a Trifecta of Spartan Races.

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