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"There has been a huge debate on whether CrossFit should be considered a sport or not, and I took the gigantic step to solve this debate."

One could say the sports-savvy fan will eventually watch ESPN at least once in their lifetime. What happens one day when his Sports Center is cut off by a CrossFit competition? Is this the next sport? Are CrossFit people alowed to call themselves athletes? What defines an athlete, and under what circumstances is one aloud to call themselves "professional" in an activity? I solve this debate from a neutral, non-biased perspective and get to the bottom of what CrossFit should be labeled. I am a certified professional trainer certified by the National Federation of Professional Trainers (Accredited by the NCAA), certificate number 44582.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2014 Trevor Clinger

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GREAT FITNESS ARTICLE!

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I liked this book because it does a great job in comparing an actual athlete with a CrossFit "athlete." Great work on being professional about the matter at hand!

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