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    I initially joined Crossfit KOP with the hopes of breaking through a plateau with my rock climbing. ... [more]
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    Smizzy

    I initially joined Crossfit KOP with the hopes of breaking through a plateau with my rock climbing. Though my climbing technique is good, I felt stuck at the same level due to strength issues. So at the advice of a work colleague, the amazing Coach Plentus, I decided to give Crossfit a try in December of 2012. It did not take long to see changes in my climbing performance. Within six weeks, I felt noticeably stronger, and that strength translated into confidence on the rock wall. Between the WODs and the subsequent Crossfit inspired conversion to 80/20 Paleo eating, I have lost 8 pounds that I could never lose before no matter how much climbing, hiking, dieting, and LA Fitness I did. Lighter body weight allows for an easier time pulling my arse up the rock which also assists with climbing performance. The true proof was at the very end of March when, I was able to start the outdoor spring climbing season at the Gunks at the same level of difficulty as I ended the season that prior fall. That rarely happens for most people, as time away during the winter creates performance regression, and it never happens for me. Had to be the Crossfit! An added bonus I had not expected was the people aspect of Crossfit KOP. The coaches are all highly knowledgeable, and the passion they have for fitness is contagious! They are supportive no matter how slow I am on that damn 800 meter run or how many I times I overthink a lift and therefore blow it. It is not just the coaches, the other members are equally supportive and friendly. Though we do compete with the clock, weight amounts, ourselves, and each other, on any given WOD, there is a sense of community as we truly are in it together. The only problem I now face is that I am finding Crossfit more and more enticing, wanting to Crossfit more at the expense of my climbing time! [less]
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