Pushing fitness to the limit

Crossfit training is perfect for exercise-weary souls bored by the monotony of endless hours on the treadmill or bike, writes Fearghal O'Nuallain.

11th December, 2011
Pushing fitness to the limit
Feeling the burn at Crossfit.

In the bleak midwinter, it's all too easy to slack off from sports training. The gravitational pull of a warm bed or a soft couch is especially strong when the weather is bad outside. And although there are plenty of ways to keep fit indoors, the fact remains that triathlons, adventure races, football matches and sportifs are fun. Gyms, turbo trainers and treadmills, on the other hand, are not.

Enter Crossfit, an adventurous fitness philosophy...

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