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Quality Over Quantity

Something that you will see at other CrossFit gyms, and other training facilities, are ridiculously high repetition numbers that lead to excessive fatigue and injury.

Arguably, most people don't know any better, and go along with whatever their coach or trainer puts on the whiteboard. Rep numbers of 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and more are not uncommon. But why? Are you training for fatigue or for fitness? Are you training to get stronger or are you training for your next injury?

At CrossFit Koncepts we have a strict rule: Quality First: Quantity Last.

What does this mean? It means that we keep the reps low to keep the quality high. But doesn't that make the workouts easier? Nope...

What it does is allow you to work at a high level, with high quality technique, and a very low risk for injury. Developing a solid baseline on the foundational techniques not only allows you to work harder, it will allow you to work longer... as in years longer.


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