As a Kansas City local, if you are at all into fitness, then you have likely caught wind of the cross-fit craze that has taken over America. This amped up craze for fitness has become something of the flagship for getting healthy, in a country of which one in four of its residents claim they are not physically active. Cross-fit comes with its own 12 mile obstacle marathons to motivate newcomers and challenge the cross-fit veterans the nation over. But, what if you see these mud flinging sprints and frigid military crawls, and think: maybe this is not for me.
When it comes to getting fit, there is more than one way to skin a cat. As you know, some ways are better than others.
While cross-training for the next book camp inspired event is a great way to increase strength and endurance, it may not be taking th