Can I lose weight with CrossFit training?
It will definitely help you to loose weight and shape up your body.
Intensity: CrossFit is a fast-paced, intense workout that can take less than 15 minutes a day because that quarter of an hour is going to be condensed, nonstop movement. It may only be three or four routines, such as burpees, a jog and squats, but the idea is that you keep doing each one over and over through the set time. It's a concentrated shot of exercise and it burns the system - in a good way.
Time efficient: In a span of 15 or 20 minutes, you'll be asked to complete as many rounds of a specific circuit as you can. By the end of it, because of the above-mentioned intensity and effort, you'll have burned more calories than a regular workout.
Dynamic workouts: The workouts are sometimes hard to describe because they are so multidimensional. When you're doing CrossFit, you're not just going to the gym to bulk up or to climb steps. This isn't a basic circuit of weightlifting; it's a program that mixes many different exercises that push all parts of your body to their limits.
Improved heart health: Your heart rate remains elevated throughout the entire workout, which increases your endurance. In fact, data from an American Council on Exercise study showed that participants' heart rates were elevated to 90 percent of maximum heart rate, which was sustained throughout two CrossFit workouts.
Increased joint mobility: This is a result of the varied functional movements involved in a CrossFit workout – you're not just doing simple bicep curls, but moving your limbs in all different directions.