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AboutDanielle Prestejohn, NASM CPT, MS Nutrition, is a devoted CrossFitter, Group Fitness Instructor, and Health Coach. Residing in Boston, MA she is the blogger behind CleanFoodCreativeFitness.com and has a passion for all things nutrition and fitness. She hopes to share this passion and enthusiasm for health with all those in the Diet.com community!
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It seems as though a lot of people see CrossFit and Paleo as black and white. You either like it or you don't; you're either 100% committed or you're not! Well I'm here to give you a middle ground and to uncover some common myths about CrossFit and Paleo that may or may not be true! Here we go...
Myth 1: CrossFit will make me "bulky" and I just want to tone! False!
~ This is a big pet peeve of mine! Yes, some CrossFit women are larger athletes but these are also often competitive CrossFit athletes who lift very heavy. If your goal is to not gain a lot of weight, I promise you will not. If you don't want to look like this...
... Then maybe CrossFit isn't for you, but I think most women would be okay with this ;)
Myth 2: If I do CrossFit I can't do anything else for workouts! False!
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