I wanted to share with you the positive results I’ve received from Crossfit over the past few months (not to brag, but rather to share my testimonial with you about you, your team, and it’s ability to provide us with a means for success and improvement!). I apologize in advanced for the long email, but I can’t share enough my enthusiasm for Crossfit and the results it can bring to anyone!
Since June, I’ve been in the application process for the FBI, and of course, one of the requirements to reach the second phase of the process is to pass a self-evaluation pt test. This test includes:
-max sit-ups in 60 secs
-300 m sprint
-1.5 mile run
-4-5 mins of rest in between each exercise.
I’ve attached a scoring table for you to take a look. Essentially, you have to score a total of 12 points with at least a score of positive 1 in each category.
The first time I took the test in mid-June, I failed, scoring an 11. I completed 50 sit-ups, sprinted for a time of over 55 secs, 50 push-ups, and finished with a 11:53 run. This is what prompted me to join a Crossfit gym after trying to do the workouts on my own.
After seriously Crossfiting with you for a month, I retook the test in early August, scoring a 17. Incredible results just after a month and a half! I completed 58 sit-ups, sprinted for a time of 52.4, 50 push-ups, and finished with a 12:14 run.
I retook the test again last night. SCORED A 24!!!! I completed 57 sit-ups, sprinted for a time of 46.58, 57 push-ups, and finished with a 10:59 run.
I feel that if I continued to only work out on my own, my improvement would only be minimal. Crossfit is amazing, and I just felt like sharing this improvement with you!The first time I took the test in mid-June, I failed, scoring an 11. After seriously CrossFitting with you for a month, I retook the test and scored a 17 – incredible results just after a month and a half! I retook the test again last night. SCORED A 24!!!!