The 70 Best Adventure and Outdoor Blogs. One of the best reason’s to pursue a lifestyle of fitness is you will never be blocked by a challenge because your perceived physical limitations. Before I was consumed by CrossFit (and before I got fit), there I had strong desires to get into the mountains and climb. Since moving out west, discount I’ve been able to go on great hikes through the Sierras, and scratch that caveman itch.
I think Bob W. said it best , “I do CrossFit so I can hunt and do OTHER stuff.” I freaking love that! Stephanie K. kayaks all over the place, and has the bumps and bruises to prove it. Chance skateboards. As grown ups, we lose that sense of fitness as “play”, and I think that’s a bad thing. I watch my kids run, jump, climb and chase each other around. It makes me wonder why, and when, this stops. Seeing a grown man run or jump is park probably gets stares and snickers. But should it?
How do you use your fitness to pursue adventure and play?
Is this fitness or play? Or both?
Does this look like fun? Can you spot muscle ups, squats, dips, pull-ups and more?
Workout of the Day
In 20 minutes, build to a heavy single.
5 Snatch 135/95
10 Box Jumps 24/20
12 minute Cap