SLIPS in CrossFit stands for Scales, L-sits, Inversion (handstands), Planks, and Stretching. SLIPS are often used by crossfit.com programming to improve gymnastic capability, mobility and gymnastic strength. L-Sit – Usually on paralettes, ideally a 90 degree angle with legs horizontal or knees in.
- 1 Why you should not do CrossFit?
- 2 What are some CrossFit terms?
- 3 What does scales mean in CrossFit?
- 4 What does TC mean in CrossFit?
- 5 What’s bad about CrossFit?
- 6 What are the risks of CrossFit?
- 7 What do Crossfitters call their gym?
- 8 What does PS mean in CrossFit?
- 9 What are WODs in CrossFit?
- 10 Why do we scale in CrossFit?
- 11 Why is CrossFit scaling important?
- 12 What is a drop set example?
- 13 What does OG mean in CrossFit?
- 14 What is RM CrossFit?
Why you should not do CrossFit?
Not only are the exercises themselves risky, but performing them under a fatigued state, such as during an intense circuit, increases the risk of injury even further. WARNING: A very serious, yet rare muscular injury known as rhabdomyolysis is also a major concern with participation in vigorous exercise.
What are some CrossFit terms?
- AMRAP: As Many Reps (sometimes Rounds)as Possible.
- ATG: Ass to Grass.
- BP: Bench press.
- BS: Back squat.
- BW (or BWT): Body weight.
- CFT: CrossFit Total – consisting of max squat, press, and deadlift.
- CFWU: CrossFit Warm-up.
- CLN: Clean.
What does scales mean in CrossFit?
A scaled workout is when you adjust the weight or amount of reps in the workout. For example, if you haven’t progressed to toes to bar and you can only do hanging knee raises, you’re completing a scaled version of the workout.
What does TC mean in CrossFit?
The Workouts CrossFit Total:The total is CrossFit’s benchmark strength workout in which athletes have three attempts each (in order, please!) to find their max back squat, standing press, and deadlift.
What’s bad about CrossFit?
Another study found that CrossFit workouts carried more risk than traditional weightlifting, likely because of the intensity of workouts where some participants may “push themselves beyond their own physical fatigue limit and may ultimately lead to technical form breakdown, loss of control, and injury.”
What are the risks of CrossFit?
CrossFit is a high-intensity form of exercise. Your risk for injuries increases anytime you increase the intensity of your workouts or the amount of weight you’re lifting. Some common CrossFit injuries include:
- low back pain.
- rotator cuff tendonitis.
- Achilles tendonitis.
- knee injuries.
- tennis elbow.
What do Crossfitters call their gym?
The Box = a crossfit gym. It’s called a box because it’s typically in a warehouse-type space. Instead of seeing the machines you see in a typical gym, you’re more likely to see stacks of weights, barbells, pull-up bars and lots of open space.
What does PS mean in CrossFit?
• PP: Push press • PJ: Push Jerk • PS: Power snatch • PU: Pull-ups • P/U: Push ups • Rep: Repetition. One performance of an exercise. •
What are WODs in CrossFit?
WOD = Workout of the Day. This is the workout you’ll get when you attend a CrossFit class. AMRAP = As Many Rounds as Possible.
Why do we scale in CrossFit?
Ultimately, athletes scale workouts to ensure they are able to consistently display sound mechanics while still being appropriately challenged, are remaining safe in the process, and the intended stimulus of the workout remains intact.
Why is CrossFit scaling important?
” Ahead of efficacy is safety.” A properly scaled workout safely maximizes relative intensity (load, speed, range of motion) to continue developing increased work capacity despite limitations. A long-term goal of scaling is creating the ability to perform workouts “as prescribed.”
What is a drop set example?
A drop set is basically an extended set of a move, usually performed as the last set of that exercise as a burnout. For example, for a seated dumbbell shoulder press, you’d do two sets of 10 to 12 reps using a certain weight.
What does OG mean in CrossFit?
OG means original gangster – CrossFit Danville.
What is RM CrossFit?
RM: Repetition Maximum (1RM, 2RM, etc.) HPSN: Hang Power Snatch. MR: Max Repetitions- the max number of reps. you can do in a single lift.