Modifications and scaling are an inherent part of any fitness program. In a typical machine based fitness program, this can be viewed simply as putting the pin on a weight that you can work with. It's not so simple with CrossFit. The strength and skill aspect is greater…much greater. This presentation of challenges is different for everyone. It can be frustrating at times. It is also what makes it so rewarding. A list of your goals should contain various movements and resistance levels that you are striving for. You should never feel bad if you need to modify something when everyone around you is not. You have to accept your current fitness level and move forward. If your progress is at a stand still, chances are there is a reason. That reason is likely frequency. Getting good at something requires practice. It must be focused and it must be frequent. You can't expect get a pull-up or increase your push-ups if you are practicing once per week. Body weight movements can be done at home. If you are struggling with push-ups, squats, sit-ups, or pull-ups, start practicing. You don't have to spend alot of time with this. Perform a few sets 3-4 days per week. Don't make excuses and do your homework.
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