I have done the videos, trained in the big box gyms and been disappointed paying rep counters disguised as a "Personal Trainers". I've found out over the years, every gym has a vibe, sometimes it fits, other times, it doesn't. So I set out on my own doing following CrossFit.com programming and found that it was the concept of functional movement that I loved, and I didn't have to try to fit in at a "Box" to be Fit.
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