There’s a reason Cross Fit has earned something of a cult following- it yields results. Depending on what your goals are, here are some of the benefits a Cross Fit program can offer.
i) Get strong :- Cross Fit won’t give you the biggest muscles but bodyweight exercise like air squats & workouts that utilize weights like kettle bells & barbells will build mans and improve muscle definition.
Cross Fit is a full-body workout so muscles from your triceps to your quads will see increased strength.
ii) Improve your endurance :- A workout that lasts as little as 15 minutes might not seem to be long enough to get your heart rate up into the working zone but the intensity of cross fit provides a cardio vascular workout, similar to running sprints.
iii) Get agile and flexible :- Increasing agility and flexibility are also benefits of a Cross Fit workout, which can include plyometric exercises like box jumps , broad jumps, and jumping rope.
iv) Help with weight loss :- Cross Fit is highly efficient at burning calories. While not the primary goal of Cross Fit, weight loss or at least replacing fat with muscle is almost inevitable when you combine intensive exercise with a moderate, healthy diet.