Can cross fit exercise be moderated?
The nature of cross fit exercise routines makes them one of the most debatable exercise models in the world. It is quite intensive for beginners and so most people develop the cold feet to go about it. The fundamental question therefore is what is the model of trying to moderate the exercise?
Cross fit exercise work on the work out of the day model. Looking at it therefore, it is relatively hard for it to be moderated. This is because of the following reasons;
It is usually timed- the amount of time spent on each of the work out of the day exercises is usually timed and so in most cases make the trainee to be able to have to work on that time schedule. In this regard, the moderation of the exercise model is quite an uphill task.
Cross fit works on a specific fitness target- working out in cross fit is one of the best around. This is because the targeted nature of the model allows the trainee to be able to achieve certain specific fitness targets. Moreover, the 10 areas covered by the cross fit are usually meant to be followed to the latter.
The progressive nature- targeting a fitness regime from the simple to the complex, the cross fit is already a moderated thing which has all the people on board. However, because of the design of the work out of the day schedule to suit the different fitness levels, it is worth stating that the fitness schedules can be made to work on an individual after an assessment.
Those who have physical problems are bound to be given easier schedules to work on. This is the only area where moderation can come handy. The success of cross fit has always come due to its rather intensive nature. It is for this that maintaining the fitness schedule will be worth giving a thought if users are to continue enjoying the benefits.
However, if it befits the designers especially because of the intermittent fear of injuries usually raised by most of the cross fit users, then moderation will be welcome. The most important aspect of the cross fit exercise module is the area of working on the fitness policies that govern it to allow for more input from those on the exercise routine.