Training and Nutrition Program
Workouts to increase oxygen intake and cardiovascular capacity such as cycling, running, rowing and jump rope
Functional movements like pull-up, muscle-up and rope climbing
Workouts performed with olympic bars and heavy plates such as snatch, front, squat, clean and jerk and deadlift.
CrossFit Journal, recommends 3 days of workout-1 day rest program with combination of these modal domains. However, as 3-day training-1 day rest program might not be suitable for the non-professional athletes’ life plans and week days, the atletes can also utilize 5-day training – 2 day rest program as well.
CROSSFIT’S DIET PHILOSOPHY IS EXTREMELY SIMPLE.
Eat a diet of meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar!
According to CrossFit Journal, CrossFit’s best performers are Zone eaters. Zone diet’s basic nutritional principle is that the daily calorie requirement should be taken 30% from protein, 40% from carbohydrate and 30% from fat. It is observed that when our second-tier athletes commit to strict adherence to the Zone parameters, they generally become top-tier performers quickly.